Skip to main content
Internet Archive's 25th Anniversary Logo

Full text of "The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory"

See other formats


r&  / 


t  h 


LYilftoAl  III  NC  WiEIS. 


J& 


ESTAB1 


w 


QJ 


1852 


GALVANIZED.CORRUGATED    &    BLACK    SHEET    IRON 
IRON    TANKS,  CISTERNS,  KECS   &   DRUMS,  &c.  &c. 

WORKS,         CLYDE       CALVAN1Z1NG     WORKS,      GLASGOW. 
GARTCOSH      ROLLING     MILLS.       GARTCOSH. 
CLYDE     CALVANIZ1NG    WORKS,    PORT     GLASGOW. 


153  WEST  NILE  STREET, 


'*V, '  i# 


% 


°J     ST    GEORGE'S     PLACE, 


GLASGOW    BOARD    OF    DIRECTORS. 

™*_ 

Chairman— ANDREW  GALBRAITH,  Esq.,  Glasgow. 
Deputy-Chairman — JAMES  MORTON,  Esq.,  Greenock. 


FRANK  BAIRD,  Esq., 

J.  M.  CUNNINGHAM,  Esq., 

ALEXANDER  DICK,  Esq., 

WALTER  M'LELLAN,  Esq., 


Messrs.  Hugh  Baird  &  Co.,  Brewers. 
Clydesdale  Banking  Co. 
Messrs.  Dick  &  Stevenson,  Writers. 
Messrs.  P.  &  W.  M'Lellan,  Clutha  Iron 

Works. 
Messrs.  Moncrieff,  Paterson,  Forbes,  & 

Barr,  Writers, 
of  Castlehead,  Paisley. 


ADAM  PATERSON,  Esq.,  LL.D., 
WM.  WOTHERSPOON,  Esq.,      . 

Resident  Scottish  Managers — 
MITCHELL,     WATSON,     &    WINK, 

Chartered  Accountants  and  Stockbrokers,  Glasgow. 

Resident  Secretary — JOHN  CARSWELL,  Glasgow. 


FIRE  and  LIFE  INSURANCES,  of  nearly  every  description,  may  be  effected 
with  this  Company  on  the  most  favourable  terms. 

In   point  of  Security,    "QUEEN"  Policies  are  Unsurpassed. 


The  Authorised  Capital  is 
Subscribed  Capital 
The  Capital  Paid  up 
The  Fire  Reserve  Funds 
The  Annual  Income 


£2,000,000 

1,800,350 

180,035 

243,441 

.'      545,433 

While  the  LIFE  FUND  (amounting  to  £276,206,  being  66  "5  per  Cent,  of  the  entire  Net 
Premiums  received  on  every  Policy  now  in  existence)  is  in  itself  amply  sufficient  to  meet  all 
its  Liabilities,  assuming  that  only  Three  per  Cent.  Interest  is  cleared  on  the  Investment; 
the  actual  rate,  which  is  much  beyond  this,  is  a  source  of  Profit  to  the  Policy-holders. 


LOSSES  SETTLED  WITH   PROMPTITUDE  AND  LIBERALITY. 
THE  COMPANY  HAS  PAID,  IN  SATISFACTION  of  CLAIMS,  UPWARDS  of  £2,469,622. 


Influential  Agents  wanted  on  Liberal  Terms. 


'^insurance  \ggsl company. 


,r£[ 


Qi 


Ft 


Clnrf  Offuv.  Emtlrn. 

Office    for    Scotland    &   North    of  England, 

37  WestNile  Street.  GLASGOW. 


The  Directors  invite  attention  to  the  following  advantages  offered  to  parties 
insuring  in  this  Company  : — 

Ample  Security. — The  very  large  and  influential  body  of  Shareholders  and  the 
amount  of  Capital  Subscribed,  afford  abundant  Security  to  Insurers. 

Moderate  Premiums. — The  Directors  are  desirous  of  affording  Insurers  every 
benefit,  and  rates  will  be  charged  according  to  the  character  and  merit  of  each 
risk.  Where  improvements  are  made  so  as  to  warrant  a  reduction  of  premium,  the 
Directors  will  be  ready  to  give  such  improvements  their  favourable  consideration. 

Rates  of  Premium  are  dependent  on  the  nature  of  the  Buildings,  and  of  the 
Trades  carried  on  therein,  and  commence  at  Is.  6d.  per  cent. 

Household  Furniture  in  first-class  private  houses,  insured  at  from  Is.  6d.  per 
cent.:  if  including  China,  Glass,  Pictures  and  Prints,  the  rate  will  be  from  2s. 
per  cent. 

Mills,  Manufactories,  Gas  Works,  and  other  large  Properties. will  be  surveyed 
and  plans  prepared  free  of  charge,  so  that  a  correct  estimate  of  the  risk  may  be 
obtained. 

Farming  Stock. — Insurances  effected  with  or  without  the  average  clause.  Live 
Stock,  Implements,  Machinery  of  Threshing  Mill,  and  Agricultural  Produce 
should  be  insured  in  separate  sums.  Use  of  Steam  Threshing  Machine  allowed 
free  of  expense. 

Animals  Insured  are  paid  for,  if  killed  by  Lightning. 

Claims  promptly  and  liberally  settled. 

Losses  by  Fire,  arising  from  Lightning  or  Coal  Gas  Explosions,  made  good 


POLICIES  OF  OTHER  COMPANIES  CAN  BE  TRANSFERRED  TO 

"THE    STAFF  OBDSHIBE    FIBE    OFFICE' 

WITHOUT  ANY  ADDITIONAL  TROUBLE  OR  EXPENSE  TO  THE  INSURED. 

Bankers,  Solicitors,  Accountants,  Architects,  House-Factors,  Commission  Agents,  Cashiers,  and  other 
influential  gentlemen,  able  to  introduce  Fire  Insurance  Proposals,  are  specially  invited  to  apply  for  Agencies 
of  this  Company.     Agency  terms  liberal. 

ROBERT  MUIR,  Resident  Secretary. 


JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW, 

GEOGRAPHICAL  ENGRAVER,  LITHOGRAPHER,  AND  STEAM  PRINTER, 

31  CHAMBERS  STREET,  EDINBURGH, 

AND   32   FLEET   STREET,    LONDON. 


Maps,  Plans,  and  Charts  of  every  description  Drawn,  Engraved,  or 
Lithographed, 

MAPS  AND  PLANS  MOUNTED  TO  ORDER. 


THE   HANDY  GENERAL  ATLAS  OF   THE  WORLD. 

A  COMPREHENSIVE  SERIES  OF  MAPS,  ILLUSTRATING  MODERN, 

HISTORICAL,   AND   PHYSICAL   GEOGRAPHY. 

"With  a  Complete  Consulting  Index. 

By  JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW,  F.R.G.S. 

Crown  folio,  half-bound  morocco,  gilt  edges,  price  £1,  lis.  6d. 

SELECTIONS  FROM  OPINIONS  OF  THE  PRESS. 

""We  can  heartily  recommend  the  '  Handy  General  Atlas  '  which  Messrs  Philip  &  Son 
have  published.  The  maps,  which  have  been  engraved  by  Mr  Bartholomew,  are  clear  and 
easy  of  reference ;  while  we  have  found  by  constant  use  that  the  selections  of  names  is 
most  judicious.  The  volume  will  prove  useful  to  all  readers  of  newspapers,  and  popular 
books  of  travel." — AtJienceum. 

"  We  would  especially  desire  to  notice  '  Philip's  Handy  General  Atlas,'  illustrating 
Modern,  Historical,  and  Physical  Geography.  It  is  really  a  most  valuable  work,  and  con- 
tains much  matter  which  has  not  been  set  out  in  the  same  form  ;  for  the  geography  of  the 
English  Colonies  is  especially  attended  to,  and  the  changes  effected  in  the  map  of  Europe 
by  the  wars  of  Napoleon  illustrated  by  successive  maps."-—  Westminster  Review. 

"  We  have  been  at  some  pains  to  examine  the  maps  and  test  the  accuracy  of  the  Index, 
and  we  must  pronounce  the  work  in  every  respect  excellent. "^Liverpool  Albion. 

"  The  '  Handy  General  Atlas '  is  a  very  excellent  work  for  the  use  of  students,  and  generally 
for  purposes  of  reference  in  connection  with  geography.  The  maps  are  clearly  printed, 
carefully  coloured,  and  they  appear,  so  far  as  we  have  been  able  to  examine  them,  to  be 
accurate  in  all  respects.  There  is  an  admirable  Index  to  the  Atlas,  and  altogether  the 
work  is  one  which  should  have  great  popularity  in  the  country."—  Scotsman. 

"The  Maps  areremarkable  for  the  clearness  and  accuracy  of  their  execution,  and  embody 
the  latest  territorial  changes,  and  the  results  of  the  most  recent  discoveries." — Courant. 

George  Philip  &  Son,  London  and  Liverpool. 
Agents  for  Scotland,  J.  Menzies  &•  Co.,  Edinburgh  and  Glasgow. 


ATLAS  OF   THE  BRITISH  EMPIRE 

THROUGHOUT   THE   WORLD. 

WITH    EXPLANATORY    AND    STATISTICAL    NOTES. 

By  JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW,  E.R.G.S. 

Imperial  Svo,  cloth,  price  3s.  6d. 
"Very  convenient  for  reference."—  AtJienceum. 

George  Philip  &  Son,  London  and  Liverpool; 
J.  Menzies  &  Co.,  Edinburgh  and  Glasgow. 


REDUCED  ORDNANCE  MPS  OF  SCOTLAND. 

Scale  Two  Miles  to  an  Inch. 
By  JOHN  BAETHOLOMEW,.  F.R.G.S. 

Size  of  each.  Sheet  28  by  20  inches. 
Price  2s.  6d.  coloured  and  in  cloth  case  for  pocket,  and  3s.  6d.  mounted  on  cloth. 

The  following  Sheets  now  published,  others  in  preparation  :— 
EDINBURGH  DISTRICT. 
GLASGOW  and  CLYDE  DISTRICT. 
LOCH  LOMOND  and  TROSSACHS  DISTRICT. 
CENTRAL  PERTHSHIRE  DISTRICT. 
PERTH  and  DUNDEE  DISTRICT. 
ABERDEEN  DISTRICT. 
UPPER  SPEY  and  BRAEMAR  DISTRICT. 
CAITHNESS— "WICK  and  THURSO  DISTRICT. 
OPINIONS  OF  THE  PRESS. 
"  The  maps  reduced  from  the  Ordnance  Survey  Sheets  of  Scotland,  which  are  being  pub- 
lished by  Messrs  A.  &  C.  Black,  Edinburgh,  are  deserving  of  a  special  word  of  praise,  both 
on  account  of  the  care  and  skill  with  which  they  are  delineated,  and  for  the  handy,  portable 
shape  in  which  they  are  issued.     The  scale — half-an-inch  to  the  mile — is  sufficiently  large 
to  allow  of  every  farm,  patch  of  wood,  streamlet,  or  eminence  likely  to  attract  the  notice  of 
the  tourist  being  plainly  denoted,  and  Mr  John  Bartholomew  has  shown  excellent  judgment, 
as  well  as  bestowed  great  pains  in  selecting  the  materials  for  the  maps  from  the  larger 
sheets.     The  heights  of  all  the  noteworthy  eminences  are  given,  but  the  roads  and  byeways 
of  the  country  are  indicated  with  special  care.     The  result  is  a  map  at  once  clear,  full,  and 
accurate,  and  having  the  additional  recommendations  of  being  well  mounted,  tastefully 
tinted,  and  of  convenient  size." — Scotsman,  26th  May  1875. 

"  We  speak  advisedly  when  we  say  that  these  maps  are  the  only  existing  tourist's  maps 
that  can  be  depended  upon  for  the  exact  distance  from  place  to  place  marked  on  them.  Not 
one  of  the  hundreds  of  cheap  maps  even  pretend  to  accuracy  in  this  respect.  .  .  .  We  have 
no  doubt  whatever  that  they  will  at  once  supersede  all  existing  maps,  not  only  for  the 
purposes  of  the  tourist,  but  for  all  general  purposes."—  Courant. 

"  After  a  most  careful  scrutiny  of  the  many  points  and  places  of  interest  on  the  West 
Coast,  we  can  testify  to  the  skill  and  accuracy  of  Mr  Bartholomew ;  while  it  is  an  additional 
recommendation  that  the  delicacy  and  clearness  of  the  engraving  render  the  maps  pleasant 
to  the  eye." — North  British  Daily  Mail. 

Edinburgh  :    Published  by  Adam  &  Chables  Black  ; 
J.  Menzies  &  Co.,  Edinburgh  and  Glasgow ;  and  all  Booksellers. 


THE  TOURIST'S  MAP  OF  SCOTLAND. 

By  JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW,  F.R.G.S. 
In  one  Sheet,  size  29  X  33  inches,  coloured,' and  in  cloth  case  for  pocket,  price  Is. 
ENVIRONS  OF  EDINBURGH,  in  cloth  case,  price  Is. 
ENVIRONS  OF  GLASGOW,  in  cloth  case,  price  Is. 

Published  by  J.  Menzies  &  Co.,  Edinburgh  and  Glasgow. 

THE  MERCANTILE  MAP  OF  THE  WORLD, 

ON  MERCATOR'S  PROJECTION. 

By  JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW,  F.R.G.S. 
Price  on  Pollers,  Varnished,  21s.       Size  55  X  40  in. 
"  Fit  to  ornament  any  office  or  library." — Scotsman. 
"  A  real  vade  mecum  for  the  merchant." — Glasgow  Herald. 

Published  by  William  Collins,  Sons,  &  Co.,  Glasgow,  Edinburgh,  and  London. 

THE  POST-OFFICE  PLAN  OF  EDINBURGH  AND  LEITH. 

By  JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW,  F.R.G.S. 

Brought  up  to  the  latest  elate,  may  be  had  in  the  following  forms : — 

In  Sheet,  plain  or  folded  in  Cover     ....     Is.  0d. 

Coloured  into  Municipal  Wards  or  Parishes      .         .     Is.  6d. 

Mounted  on  Cloth,  Rollers,  and  Varnished,  Is.  6d.  extra. 

Sold  by  J.  Bartholomew,  31  Chambers  Street. 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


BOYLE'S 

PERFECT  SYSTEM  OF  VENTILATION. 


Churches,  Halls,  Schools,  Mansions, 
Factories,  Stables,  &c,  Ventilated  on 
Scientific  Principles,  and  in  accordance  with 
the  Laws  of  Nature,  by  means  of 

BOYLE'S 


PATENT  SELF-ACTING  AIR-PUMP  VENTILATORS, 

Which  effectually  extract  the  Foul  Air,  have  no  Mechanical  Motion,  and  are  Entirely 
Free  from  Down  Draught  ;  can  be  constructed  to  harmonise  with  every  style 
of  Architecture,  and  are  pronounced  by  the  most  Eminent,  Scientific,  and 
Practical  Men  in  the  Kingdom,  to  be  the  most  Efficient  System  of  Ventilation 
yet  brought  out. 

Improved  appliances  for  admitting  fresh  air,  warm  or  cold,  without  draughts  or  currents. 


OYIE 


PERFECT  SYSTEM  OF  SANITATION. 

Soil  Pipes,  Drains,  and  Sewers  Ventilated  on  the  most  approved  principles  by 
means  of  BOYLE'S  PATENT  SELF-ACTING  AIR-PUMP  VENTILATOES, 
combined  with  an  Improved  Trap  and  Inlet  for  Fresh  Air. 

ESTIMATES   GIVEN   AND    DESIGNS    SUPPLIED. 

Prospectuses,  Price  Lists,  and  Testimonials  on  application. 


%  Hi 


110   BOTt-JWEll  STREET,  GLASGOW. 

Mansion  House  Buildings,      -     -     -     LONDON. 

8  Corporation  Street,  -----     MANCHESTER. 

WORKS— 154i  BOTHWELL  STREET,  GLASGOW. 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


ANNUAL  EEVENUE. 
£850,000. 


EXISTING  ASSURANCES. 

£21,000,000* 


THE 


ASSURANCE  FUND 

£7,000,000. 


has  attained  the  position  which  it  now  occupies  as  the  leading  Life  Assur- 
ance Institution  of  the  United  Kingdom,  owing  in  a  great  measure  to  the 

UNDOUBTED     SECURITY 

it  affords  for  the  fulfilment  of  its  ohligations  to  its  assured  Members,  and  the 
UNEQUALLED     LIBERALITY 

of  its  dealings  with  them.     Being  a  Mutual  Society,  all  arrangements  for  the 

conduct  of  its  business  are  made  with  a  view  to  the  convenience  and  benefil 

of  its  own  Members,  who  alone  participate  in  the  advantages  arising  from 

its  successful  progress.      Amongst  the  peculiar  advantages  it  offers  are  the 

LAEGEST  FUND  BELONGING  TO  ANY  OFFICE  IN  THE  UNITED  KINGDOM; 

LIBERAL  CONDITIONS  OF  ASSURANCE; 

A  SURRENDER  VALUE  AFTER  PAYMENT  OF  ONLY  QUE  PREMIUM; 

PAID-UP  POLICIES. 


Since  its  institution  in  1815,  it  has  paid  in  Claims  an  amount  exceeding 

TEH    MILLIONS    STEELING-, 

and   has   divided   in   Profits    (solely   among   the   Policy-holders) 

EIVE    AID    A    HALE    MILLIONS. 

The  following   are   a  few    examples   of   Claims   recently  paid: — 


Year  of 

Original  Sum 

Amount  Paid 

Premiums 

Proportion  of  Pay- 

Entry. 

Assured. 

by  Society. 

Received. 

ments  to  Premiums. 

1817 

£200     0     0 

£593  11     1 

£287     5    0 

207  per  cent. 

1827 

999     0    0 

2127     2     9 

1124    0    0 

189 

1836 

999  19     0 

1917     6    3 

641  13    4 

299 

1847 

300    0     0 

461     5    0 

205    9     0 

224 

1852 

500    0    0 

713  14     6 

269  10    0 

265 

1862 

500    0    0 

621  14    7 

224     1     3 

278         « 

At  the  last  Division  of  Profits  in  1873 

A     MILLION     AND     A     QUARTER 

was  allocated  in  Bonus  Additions ;    Members  alone  participating. 


The  next  Division  takes  place  in  1880,  when  Entrants  be/on 
31st  December  next  ivitl  rank  for  Two  Years'  Bonus. 

Prospectuses,  &c,  sent  free  of  charge  on  application. 


Glasgow   Office— 114  WEST   GEORGE   STREET. 

J.  G.  C.  CHEYN E,*  Resident  Secretary. 


POST   OFFICE 

GLASGOW  DIRECTORY 


1879-1880, 

ARRANGED   IN 

GENERAL,  STREET,  COMMERCIAL,  AND  SUBURBAN 

WITH   AN 

APPENDIX  CONTAINING  POSTAL,  TELEGRAPH,  AND  GENERAL  INFORMATION, 


ACCOMPANIED   WITH 


A  LARGE  PLAN  OF  GLASGOW  AND  SUBURBS, 

^rom  ©rbrranxe  mvo  ndxrnl  3nxkp  io  butt,  pregHKO  agresslg  for  tljis  Mori;,  rmb 
traab  hx  Half-mile  Hqtrar.es. 


A  MAP  OF  THE  ENVIRONS  OF  GLASGOW, 

SHOWING  THE  TOWNS,  VILLAGES,  AND  PLACES  OF  INTEREST  FOR  TEN  MILES  TO  THE  EAST  AND 
WEST,   AND  SEVEN  MILES  TO  THE  NORTH  AND  SOUTH  OF  THE  CITY. 


FIFTY-SECOND 


I     ANNUAL  PUBLICATION. 


GLASGOW: 
PRINTED    BY  WILLIAM   MACKENZIE,   41  to  49   HOWARD   STREET, 

FOB   THE    DISTRICT   LETTER-CARRIERS   OF   THE   POST   OFFICE. 

1879. 


Price  Eight  Shillings. 


PREFACE. 


The  present  issue,  of  the  Glasgow  Post-Office  Directory  has  been  prepared 
with  great  care,  and  a  number  of  changes  introduced,  which  the  Publishers  hope 
will  be  satisfactory. 

The  following  places  have  been  incorporated  in  the  General,  Street,  and  Trades : — 
Govanhill,  Crosshill,  Strathbungo,  Crossmyloof,  Pollokshields,  Partick,  Whiteinch, 
Kelvinside,  Hillhead,  Possilpark,  and  Springburn ;  and  the  list  of  streets  at  pages 
53  to  74,  has  been  prepared  with  italic  letters  at  the  beginning  of  each  line,  as 
an  index  to  the  streets,  &c,  on  the  Map,  which  has  been  traced  in  half-mile 
squares,  with  similar  letters  on  the  margin  at  each  side.  Thus :  Blythswood  square 
is  marked  E  d\  and  to  find  this  on  the  Map,  take  the  line  E  from  top  or  bottom, 
and  the  line  d  from  the  sides,  and.  trace  till  it  meet,  and  within  that  square  the 
place  wanted  will  be  found.  To  find  Park  Circus,  marked  D  c,  trace  in  a  similar 
way,  and  the  place  will  be  found  on  the  Map  within  the  half-mile  space.  The 
Map  this  year  has  been  placed  at  the  end  of  the  Directory,  instead  of  the  begin- 
ning, which  will  be  found  more  convenient  as  it  can  be  kept  open  while  thei 
Directory  is  being  examined. 

In  the  Street  Directory,  the  names  of  the  intersecting  streets  are  again  given 
in  ordinary  type ;  and  a  line  or  small  dash  indicates  the  position  where  each 
street  intersects. 

The  boundaries  of  the  sixteen  wards  of  the  city  for  municipal  and  parliamentary 
purposes  are  again  given  at  pages  48  to  52. 

In  the  Appendix  will  be  found  Tables  with  despatches  and  arrivals  of  mails, 
Pillar  and  Wall  Letter-boxes,  Lists  of  Post  Towns,  Post-Office  Eegulations,  Tele- 
graph Information,  &c,  Banking  Houses  and  Branches  in  Scotland,  Local  Institu- 
tions, Associations,  &c. 

The  publishers  return  thanks  to  the  gentlemen  connected  with  the  various  local 
institutions  for  their  kindness  in  supplying  much  useful  information.  Also  they  beg 
to  thank  their  numerous  subscribers  for  the  patronage  bestowed  on  the  work  for 
the  long  period  of  fifty-two  years. 

The  printing  has  been  done,  as  formerly,  by  Mr.  Mackenzie,  Howard  Street,  and 
the  binding  by  Messrs.  Gowans  &  Gray,  Ann  Street. 
Post  Office,  Glasgow,  May  28,  1879. 


GENERAL    INDEX. 


Almanac  and  Tide  Table,  24  to  29 
Bank  Holidays,  &c,  -  -  17 
Bellahouston  Academy,  -  10 
Bishopbriggs  Directory,  -  955 
Cambuslang  Directory,  -  956 
Cathcart  Directory,  -  -  958 
Crossbill,  -  -  -  -  959 
Fast  Days  in  the   principal 

places  in  Scotland,  -  18  and  19 
General  Alphabet  Directory,-  75 
Glasgow  Com.  Directory,  -  723 
Glasgow  Pro.  Missionary  Soc,  10 
Glasgow  Street  Directory,  -  531 
Glasgow  Work.  Men's  Sab.  P. 

Society,        -         -     10 
Glasgow  Young  Men's  Con- 
servative Assoc,  -     10 
Govan  Directory,         -         -  959 
Govanhill,  -         -         -  967 

Hillhead,  -         -         -  967 

Interest  Table,  -         -         -     18 
Kinning  Park  Burgh,  -         -  968 
Maryhill  Directory,     -         -  968 
Messengers  at  Arms,  -         -     47 
Millerston  Directory,  -         -  971 
Military  Engineer  Volunteer 
Corps. — See  begin,  of  Dir. 
Names  too  late  for  insertion 
in  their  proper  places. — See 
beginning  of  Directory. 
Newton  Directory,       -         -  972 
Parkhead  Directory,    -         -  972 
Partick,    -         -         -         -  975 
Pollokshaws  Directory,         -  975 
Pollokshields,     -         -         -  978 
Population  of  Glasgow,        -    52 
Port-Glasgow,    -  979 

Registration  Districts,-  -  48 
Rifle  Volunteer  Regiments,  -  13 
Rutherglen  Directory,  -  981 

Shawlands  Directory,  -  -  985 
Shettleston  Directory,  -  -  986 
Stamps  &  Legacy  Duties,  30,  47 
Statistics  of  Glasgow,-  -  52 
Streets,  Squares,  &c,  List  of,  53, 74 
Table  of  Simple  Interest,  -  22 
Table  of  Foreign  &  Colonial 

Moneys  and  Exchanges,    -     21 
Table  showing  the  number  of 
Days  in  one  Month  to  the 
same   Day   in   any   other 
Month,  -         -         -     23 

Tollcross  Director}-,  -  -  989 
Uddingston  Directory,  -  990 

Volunteer  Regiments,  -  -  13 
Wards  of  the  City,       -    48  to  52 

APPENDIX. 

Aged  Women's  Society,  -115 

Alexander's  Charity,  -  -  118 

Alexandra  Athletic  Club,  -  141 

Anderson's  College,     -  -  129 

Art  Union  of  Glasgow,  -  132 


PAGE 

Asso.  for  Charitable  Relief,  -  120 

Association  of  Deacons,        -  116 

Asso.  for  Relief  of  Incurables,  121 

Asso.  for  Trained  Nurses,      -  116 

Asylum  for  the  Blind,  -  116 

Banking  Houses,  -     66  to  75 

Baillie's  Institution,    -         -  104 

Balmanno  Bequest,      -         -  125 

Baptists,  -  113 

Baptist  Home  Mis.  So.,       -  107 

Baptist  Union  of  Scotland,  -  108 

Barony  Gorbals  Ben.  Society,-  124 

Black's  Bequest  for  Servants,  124 

Boatman's  Mission,      -         -  110 

Botanic  In.  of  Glasgow,        -  126 

Bothwell  Asylum,       -         -  133 

Bridge  Trustees,  -         -     91 

Bridg.  Working  Men's  Club,-  131 

Buchanan  Institution,  -  129 

Buchanan  Society,      -         -  115 

Burgh  Courts,  &c,      -         -     93 

Caled.   Lodge  of  Oddfellows,  120 

Calton  &  Mile-end  Mech.  In.,  131 

Carriers'  Quarters,      -  142  to  147 

Catholics,         -         -      113,  114 

Catholic  Apostolic  Church,  -  114 

Chamber  of  Commerce,        -  132 

Charitable  &  Friendly  Inst.,-  114 

Chimney  Sweepers'  Rates,  -  151 

Christadelphian  Church,       -  114 

Church  of  Christ,         -         -  113 

Church  of  England  Cong.,    -  114 

Church  of  Scotland,     -         -111 

City  Native  Benevolent  Ass.,  122 

City  Progressive  Club,  -  130 

Civil  Service  Supply  Assoc.,-  141 

Clyde  Light  Houses  Trust,  -     92 

Clyde  Navigation,       -         -     91 

Clyde  Cor.  Sailing  Club,       -  141 

Clydesdale  Amateur  Rowing 

Club,  -  -  -  -  141 
Clydesdale  Cricket  Club,  -  140 
Clydesdale  Rambling  Club,  -  141 
Clydesdale  Upper  Ward  Soc,  121 
Coal  Porters'  Fares,  -  -  152 
Colonial  and  Foreign  Post,  6  to  16 
Commercial  Travellers'  Soc,  123 
Commissioners  for    Property 

and  Income  Tax,  -  -  94 
Commissioners     for     taking 

Affidavits,  -     94 

Congregationalists,      -         -  113 
Constables     acting    in    J.P. 

Courts,-  -  -  -  101 
Conveners  and  Secretaries  of 

the  16  Municipal  Wards,  -  97 
Councillors  of  Glasgow,  -  88 
County  Courts,  Sheriff,  -  94 
Court- House  Commissioners,  92 
Crossbill  (Burgh)  -  -  98 
Departments  of  Government,  80 
Dispensaryfor  Chest  Diseases,  135 
Dispensary  for  Ear  Diseases,-  136 


Dispensary  for  Skin  Diseases,  134 
Dorcas  Society — City  Mission,  123 
Dundee  Association,  -  -  127 
Eastern  Botanical  Society,  -  129 
EastPark  Home  for  Children,  121 
Educational  Institute,-  -  130 
Engineers'  &  Shipbuilders'  In.,  127 
Episcopal  Church  in  Scotland,113 
Evangelical  Union,  -  -  113 
Ewing's  Bequest,  -  -  120 
Faculty  of  Physicians,  &c,  -  101 
Faculty  of  Procurators,  -  103 
Faculty  of  Procurators'  Fees,-  104 
Ferguson  Bequest  Fund,  -  110 
Ferguson  Scholarship,  -  128 

Fife,  Kinross,  and  Clackman- 
nan Charitable  Society,    -  123 
Foundry    Boys     Religious 

Society,  -         -         -  109 

Free  Church  of  Scotland,      -  111 

Free  Gospel  Church,   -         -  114 

Free  Presbyterian  Church,    -  113 

Friends'  Meeting  House,        -  114 

Gardener's  Free  School,        -  130 

Geological  Society,       -         -  127 

Glasgow  Abstainers'  Union,  -  109 

Do.     Academy,      -         -  129 

Do.     Academy  Club,       -  140 

Do.     Agricultural  Soc,   -  133 

Do.     Amat.  Orchest.  So.,    136 

Do.     Angus   and   Mearns 

Benevolent  Soc,  -  117 
Do.  Archaeological  Soc,  126 
Do.  Art  Club,  -  -  125 
Do.  Asso.forHigh.Educa.132 
Do.  Athenaeum,  -  -  126 
Do.  Ayrshire  Society,  -  117 
Do.  Benevolent,  -  -  120 
Do.  Brown's  Society,  -  114 
Do.  Cabmen's  Mission,  -  107 
Do.  Caithness  Benevo- 
lent Society,  -  116 
Do.  Celtic  Society,  -  116 
Do.  C.  Work.  Men's  Club,  139 
Do.  Choral  Union,  -  136 
Do.  City  Mission,  -  107 
Do.  Civil  Ser.  Sup.  Asso.  141 
Do.  Conservat.  Associ.,  125 
Do.  Continental  Soc,  -109 
Do.  Convalescent  Home,  120 
Do.  Corn  Trade  Assoc,  133 
Do.  Corporation  Water,  89 
Do.  Deaf  and  Dumb  In.,  121 
Do.  'Eaglesham  Assoc,  -  118 
Do.  Emancipation  Socy.,  108 
Do.     E  m  pi  oy  m'  t  of  Women 

Society,  -  -  125 
Do.  Eye  Infirmary,  -  135 
Do.  Female  Ben.  Socy.,  -  112 
Do.  Galloway  Bro.  So.,  -  121 
Do.  Gov.  School  of  Art,  129 
Do.  Highland  Society,  -  1 1 6 
Do.     Humane  Society,     -  119 


GENERAL  INDEX. 


Glasgow  Industrial  Ass.  Soo. ,  125 
Do.  Ins.  for  Spinal  Dis.,-  133 
Do.  Inverary  Shinty  Club,  141 
Do.     Ladies'  Auxiliary  to 

the  Contin.  Soc,  -  108 
Do.  Landlords'  Assoc,  -  132 
Do.  Liberal  Association,-  125 
Do.  Magdalen  Institution,  109 
Do.  Maternity  Hospital,  134 
Do.     Medical    Missionary 

Society,  -  -  115 
Do.     Mission  to  Out-door 

Blind,  -         -  120 

Do.     Northern    Highland 

Benevolent  Socy.,  -  121 
Do.  Opthalmic  Inst.  -  142 
Do.     Orkney  Literary  and 

Scientific  Assoc,  -  127 
Do.  Orkney  &  Shet.  So.,-  122 
Do.     Prevention  of  Cruelty 

to  Animals,  -  -  119 
Do.     Pro.  Institution   for 

Orphan  Girls,  -  119 
Do.  Public  Dispensaiy,  -  133 
Do.  Pioyal  Infirmary,  -  134 
Do.  Royal  Infirmary  Soc  122 
Do.  Seamen's  Fri.  Soc,  -  124 
Do.  St.  Andrew's  Socy.,  115 
Do.     S.S.    Tonic    Sol-Fa 

Society,  -  -  136 
Do.  Sab.  School  Union,  109 
Do.  Shipowners' Associa.,  132 
Do.  Tonic  Sol-Fa  Society,  136 
Do.  Veterinary  College,-  135 
Do.  WaterofEndrickSo.,  123 
Do.     "West     of    Scotland 

Guardian  Society,-  133 
Do.     West     of    Scotland 

Licensed  Grocers,  -  133 
Do.  Wine,  Spirit,  &  Beer,  133 
Do.     Work.  Men's  Evan- 

•  gelistic  Association,  109 
Good  Templars'  Grand  Lodge,  108 
Go  van  Burgh,  -  -  -  98 
Govanhill  Burgh,  -  -  98 
Government   Insurances  and 

Annuities,  -  -  -  31 
Graham's  Charitable,  -  -  115 
Graham  Free  School,  -  -  124 
Grocers' Company  of  Glasgow,  132 
Hackney  Crgs.  Bye  Laws,147-151 
Hamilton's  Annuity  Fund,  -  117 
Her  Majesty's  Ministers,  -  79 
Her  Maj  esty's  Privy  Council,  79, 8  0 
Hibernian  Funeral  So.,  -  120 

High  School,      -  130 

High  School  Club,      -         -  129 
Hillhead  Burgh,  -         -     98 

Home  for  Deserted  Mothers,    122 
Home  for  Girls,  -         -  125 

Houses  of  Eefuge,        -         -  130 
House  of  Shelter  for  Females,  119 
Household  of  the  Queen,       -     78 
Household  of  the  Prince  of 
Wales,  Princess  of  Wales, 
Duke  of  Edinburgh, Duchess 
of     Edinburgh,     Princess 
Louise,  Duke  of  Connaught, 


PAGE 

Prince  Leopold,  and  Prince 
and  Princess  Christian,    78,  79 
Hunterian  Club,  -         -  126 

Hutcheson's  Hospital,  -  -  118 
Hutchesontown  Bowling  Club,  141 
Hutchesontown  Gardens,  -  140 
Incorporation  of  Hammermen,  124 
Incorporation  of  Tailors,  -  121 
Incorporation  of  Weavers,  -  115 
Institute  of  Accountants,  -  105 
Institute  of  Architects,  -  106 
Ins.  for  Diseases  of  Women,-  135 
Institution  for  the  Education 

of  the  Deaf  and  Dumb,     -  115 
John  Knox  Kirk  of  Scotland,  114 
Joint  Hospital (Knightswood),  122 
Justice  of  Peace  Court,         -     93 
Do.  Small  Debt,     93 

Justices  of  Peace,  -  98  to  101 
Kelvinside  Academy,  -  -  1S1 
Kinning  Park  Burgh,  -  -  98 
Kintyre  Club,  -  -  -  124 
Kirkintilloch  Police  Com.,  -  94 
Ladies'  Auxiliary  to  the  Glas- 
gow City  Mission,  -  -  109 
Legal  and  Speculative  Soc,  -  126 
Lieutenancy  of  Lanarkshire,  105 
Literary  and  Scientific  Insti.  125 
Little  Sisters  of  the  Poor,  -  117 
Local  County  Institutions,  -  87 
Lock  Hospital,  41  Rottenrow,  136 
Logan  and  Johnston  School,  131 
M'Alpine's  Mortification,  -  120 
Magazines  Pub.  in  Glasgow,  130 
Magistrates  and  Town  Council,  87 
Master  Baker's  Fri.  Soc,  -  119 
Master  Hosiers'  Society,  -  118 
Maxwell  School,  -  -  130 
Medical  and  Scientific  Instit.,  126 
Members  of  Parliament  for 

Scotland,  -  -  85  to  87 
Merchants'  House,  -  -  93 
Middle  District  Sab.   School 

Union,  -  107 

Millar  &  Peadie's  School,  -  118 
Mission  Coast  Home,  Sltets.,  118 
Musical  Institutions,  -  -  136 
National  Bible  Society,  -  107 
National    Deaf   and    Dumb 

Society,  -  122 

Natural  History  Society,       -  126 
New  Jerusalem  Church,       -  114 
Newspaper  Offices,      -   137,  139 
Night  Asylum  for  Houseless,  120 
Normal  Institution,  Estab.,  -  129 
Normal  Seminary,  Free,       -  130 
North-Eastern  District  Sab- 
bath School  Union,  -  109 
Old  Man's  F.  Society,  -  124 
Old  Scotch  Independents,     -  114 
Orphan  and  Destitute  Chil- 
dren's Homes,          -         -  119 
Parochial  Board,  City,  -     95 
Do.            Barony,     -     95 
Do.          Govan,       -     95 
Partick  Burgh,  -         -         -     98 
Penny  Savings  Banks, ;       75,  77 
Perthshire  Charitable,  -  118 


Pillar  and  Wall  Letter  Boxes,  4 
Philosophical  Society,  -  127 

Police  Establishment,  -  -  90 
Polloksliields  Burgh,  -  -  98 
Poor  Children's  Dinner  Soc,  125 
Porters'  Bates  or  Fares,  -  151 
Postal  Union,  -  -  -  35 
Post-Office,  George  Square,  -  1 
Post-Office  Savings  Banks,  -  30 
Post-Office  Telegraphs,  31  to  35 
Post  Towns,  -  -  36  to  48 
Prison  Gate  Mission,  -  -  123 
Public  Conveyances,  147  to  150 
Public  Offices,  -  -  96,  97 
Reformed  Presbyterian,  -  114 
Religious  and   Moral    Insti - 

tions,  -  -  -  107,110 
Religious  Denominations,llltoll4 
River  &  Harbour  Dues,  152  to  157 
Robertson  Bequest,  -  -  125 
Royal  Exchange  News'Room,  139 
Royal  Family,  -  -  77  to  79 
Royal  Lunatic  Asylum,  -  135 
Royal  Northern  Yacht  Club,  140 
St.  George's  Choral  Union,  -  136 
St.  Joseph's  Home  for  Aged,  117 
St.  Mungo  Art  Society,  -  127 
School  Board  of  Glasgow,  -  96 
Samaritan  Society,   Western 

Infirmary,  -  -  -  121 
Scottish  Episcopal  Ch.  Soc,  118 
Scottish  Peerage,  -  82  to  85 
Scottish  Permissive  Bill  and 

Temperance  Association,  -  108 
Scottish  Representative  Peers,  87 
Scottish  Temperance  League,  110 
Scottish  Wine  and  Spirit  In.,  122 
Sheriff  Small  Debt  Court,  -  93 
Southern     District    Sabbath 

School  Union,  -         -  107 

Stationers'  Company,    -  117 

Stirling's  Public  Library,  -  139 
Technical  College,  -  -  131 
Tollcross  Cricket  Club,  -  140 
Trades  House,  -  -  -  132 
Training  Home  for  Nurses,  -  117 
United  Original  Seceders,  -  114 
United  Pres.  Ch.  of  Scot.,112, 113 
Unitarians,  -         -         -  114 

University  of  Glasgow,  -  128 
Weavers'  Society  of  Anderston,  123 
Wellcroft  Rowing  Club,  -  140 
Wesleyan  Methodists,  -  113 

West  of  Scotland  Bible  Soc,  109 
West  of  Scotland  Convales- 
cent Sea  Side  Home3,  -  115 
West  of  Scot.  Protestant  As.,  110 
West  of  Scot.  Cricket  Club,  -  140 
Western  Academy,  -  -  131 
Western      District    Sabbath 

School  Union,  -         -  107 

Western  Friendly  Society,  -  117 
Western  Infirmary,  -  -  134 
Western  Musical  Association,  136 
Western  Yacht  Club,  -  -  140 
Widows'  Friend  Society,  -  124 
Young  Men's  Christian  Assoc,  142 
Young  Women's  Christ.  Assoc,  110 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


PAGE 

Abercrombie,  James,  carver  and  gilder,  -  -  264 
Air  Burning  Co .,  14  Richmond  street,  -  -  246 
Aird,  James,  9  West  street,  Calton,  -  -  266 
Allan  &  Ferguson,  lithographers  (see  end   of 

Directory). 
Atlas  Assurance,  213  Buchanan  street,  -         -  187 
Ballantyne,  Thomas,  pawnbroker,  -         -  261 

Barlow,  Thomas  C,  fire-works,     -  213 

Barlow,  T.  63  John  street,  -  255 

Barr,  A.,  &  Co.,  hydraulic  engineers,  21  Bishop 

street  (see  end  of  Suburban). 
Barr,  Matthew,  68  Glassford  street,        -         -  262 
Barrow,  F.  A.,  Petrifying  Silicate  Paints,         -  207 
Bash's  Fire  and  Burglar  Proof  Safes,       -         -  266 
Bartholomew,  John,  17  Brown  sq.,  Edinburgh, 

(end  of  Directory  on  map). 
Bilsland,  John,  37  Elliot  street,  -  -  -  225 
Binuey  &  Son,  50  West  Howard  street,  -  -  210 
Bird  &  Hartley,  15  Milton  lane,  -  -  -270 
Blackwood,  H.,  &  Co.,  210  Buchanan  street,  -  269 
Blair,  Campbell,  tea  merchant,  Jamaica  street,  209 
Boardman,  James,  55  Charlotte  lane,  -  -  205 
Bogle,  Gilbert,  &  Co.  47  Oswald  street,  -  -  231 
Bowser,  W.,  &  Son,  engineers,  &c,  -  -  252 
Boyd,  Johnston,  80  Carrick  street,  -         -  250 

Boyle's  Patent  Air  Pump  Ventilators  (preced.  title). 
Braby,  F.,  &  Co.  20  Great  Clyde  street,      222,  223 
Brechin  Brothers,  butchers,  -         -         -         -  244 
British,  Colonial,  and  Foreign  Patents,  George 

M.  Crniksbank,  -  -  -  -  -  196 
British,  Colonial,  and  Foreign  Patents ;  E.Hunt,  228 
British  &  Foreign  Mineral  Water  Company,  -  241 
British  and  Foreign  Patents,  J.  H.  Johnson,  -  228 
Brown,  James,  optician,  76  St.  Vincent  street,  -  53Q 
Brown  &  Lowden,  auctioneers  and  valuators,  -  268 
Bruce,  James,  Skidmore's  Fire-Proof  Safes,  -  265 
Buchanan  &  Son,  108  Argyle  street,  -  -  249 
Butters  Brothers,  contractors'  engineers,  Ren- 
field  street  (second  last  two  pages). 
Caledonian  Insurance  Co.,  64  St.  Vincent  St.,  -  190 
Caledonian  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Company,  -  193 
Caledonian  Heritable  Security  Co.,  -         -  192 

Cameron,  Wm.  W.,  19  Carlton  place,  -  -  256 
Cantrell  &  Cochrane,  53  Surrey  street,  -  -  241 
Chalmers  &  Tosh.  197  Buchanan  street,  -  263 

Chaplin's  Steam  Road  Rollers,  -  -  -  214 
Chartered  Bank — India,  Australia,  &c,  -  -  183 
City  of  Glasgow  Life  Assurance  Co.,  -  -  179 
Clerk,  Donald,  92  Wellington  lane,  -  -  267 
Coatbridge  Tin  Plate  and  Sheet  Iron  Works,  -  235 
Cochran's  Celebrated  Eye  Ointment,  -  -  265 
Cochrane,  John,  engineer,  80  Canning  street,  -  266 
Cockburn  Hotel,  Edioburgb,  A.  Philp,  -  -  264 
Collins,  William,  Sons,  &  Co.  -  -  -201 
Commercial  Union  Assurance  Co.,  -         -  187 

County  Fire  Office,  217  W.  George  street,  -  185 
Currie  &  Co.,  Portland  Cement,  -  -  -  267 
Df.lziel,  D.  &  D.  F.,  City  Rope  Works,  -  -  253 
Dick,  James,  45  Renfield  street,  body  belt,  -  239 
Doig,  David,  boot  and  shoe  maker  (Gen.  Directory). 
Donald,  John,  &  Son,  iron  merchants,  -  -  220 
Douglas,  Hugh,  sen.,  34  Hutcheson  street,  -  262 
Douglas,  H.  D.,  &  Son,  36,  38  Brunswick  St.,    264 


PAGE 

Dove,  Thomas  A.,  basket  manufacturer,  -  -  256 
Dove,  John,  42  St.  Andrew's  square,  -  -  263 
Drawing  and  Painting  Tuition,       -  270 

Dron  &  Lawson,  59  Elliot  street,   -  250 

Drummond,  James,       -  267 

Drysdale  &  Pirie,  Bon-Accord  Works,  -  -  229 
Duff's  Non-Conducting  Composition  Cement,  227 
Duncan  &  Balderston,  kitchen  ranges,  -  -  267 
Duncan,  Robt.  &  Co.  freight  and  passenger  offices,  236 
Dunn  &  Wright,  176  Buchanan  street,  -  -  258 
Dynamite  —  Nobel's    Patent    Safety    Blasting 

Powder,       -         -         -         -         -         -  266 

Eadie,  W.  Anderson,  printer,  31  St.  Vincent  pi.,  259 
Eastman,  R.  B.,  79  Robertson  street,  -  -  260 
Economic  (The)  Life  Assurance  Society,  -  -  177 
Edinburgh  (The)  Life  Assur.  Co.,  112  St.  Vin.  st.,  176 
Edinburgh   (The)   &    Provincial    Plate    Glass 

Insurance,  Limited,       -  193 

Elphinstone  Forrest,  18  Tylefield  street,  -  252 

English  and  Scottish  Law  Life  Assurance,  -  163 
Equitable  (The)  Life  Assurance  Society,  -  -  158 
Equitable  (The)  Fire  Insurance  Company,  Lim.,  172 
Fallows,  H.  T.  &  Co.,  152  W.  Regent  street,  -  234 
Fisher,  C.  M.  sunshades,        -  268 

Fleming's  Non-conducting  Composition,  -  -  233 
Foreign  and  Money  Exchange,       -  265 

Forrest,  Elphinstone,  18  Tylefield  street,  -  252 

Frazer's  Conveyance  Guide  (front  of  book). 

Gaffoey,  P.  &  J. 263 

Gardner  &  Co.,  opticians,  53  Buchanan  st.,  -  260 
Gemmell,  Robert  T.,  Muirhouses,  -  267 

General  (The)  Assurance  Company,  -  -  162 
Gillespie  &  Brown,  43  Smith  street,  -  -  247 
Gilmour  &  Dean,  Engravers  (See  end  of  Directory.) 
Glasgow  Heritable  Securities  Co.  (Limited),  -  191 
Glasgow,  (The),  Plate-glass  Insurance  Co.,  -  193 
Glass,  P.,  17  Armour  street,  -  266 

Glenpark  Horse  Slaughtering  Co.,  -         -  266 

Globe  Parcel  Express,  J.  Hinshelwood  &  Co.,  -  260 
Gorman,  Wm.  &  Co.  (back  board  of  Directory.) 
Gourlay,  Robert,  -  -  -  -  -  268 

Graham,  John,  &  Son,  10  Wellington  street,  -  238 
Graham,  Robert,  324  Duke  street,  -  -  -  270 
Gray,  James,  268  Parliamentary  road,  -  -  269 
Gray,  J.  &  Co.,  iron  works,  Uddingston,  217,  233 
Green,  Cadbury,  &  Richards,  Button  Works,  -  208 
Gresham  (The)  Life  Assurance  Society,  -  -  169 
Grieve,  John,  engineer,  Motherwell,  -  -  224 
Guarantee  Association  of  Scotland  (Limited),  -  188 
Guardian  Fire  and  Life  Assurance  Co.,  -  -  191 
Halbert,  William  I.,  201  Commercial  road,  -  271 
Hamilton,  Archd.,  34  Ann  street,  -  248 

Hamilton,  R.,  New  Sedgwick  Gunpowder  Co.,  264 
Hay,  John,  Terrace  street,    -  268 

Hawks,  Thomas,  &  Son,  34  Brunswick  street,  -  265 
Hendry,  Jas.,  saddler,  &c,  98  Canning  street,  240 
Henry,  Mr.  and  Mrs.,  223  New  City  road  -  261 
Heritable  (The)  Investment  Bank  (Limited),  -  182 
Hide,  Skin,  and  Tallow  Market,  Greendyke  St.  240 
Homoeopathy,  47  St.  Vincent  street,  -  -  251 
Homoapathy,  17  Gordon  street,       -  257 

Hood,  James,  &  Co.,  58  Buchanan  street  -  257 
Horton,  Wm.,  gunmaker  (see  end  of  Directory). 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


Hume,  Win.,  195  Buchanan  street,  -  -  232 
Imperial  Fire  Office,  141  St.  Vincent  street,  -  192 
Insurance  Company  of  Scotland,    -  184 

Jay,  Mr.  &  Mrs.  A.,  181  New  City  road,  -  265 

Jowett,  Thomas,  &  Son,  Sheffield.  -         -  195 

Kean  &  Wardrop,  142  Bath  street,  -  -  239 
Kesson  &  Campbell  (steam  pumps),  Parkhead,-  224 
King,  David,  &  Son,  -----  268 
Kirkpatrick,  Adam,  &  Co.,  24  Buchanan  st.  -  255 
Ladies'  Underclothing,  37  Argyle  arcade,  -  267 

Lang,  W.  Jun.,  &  Co.,  Clyde  Lead  Works,  -  247 
Leckie,  Graham,  &  Co.,  116  Union  street,  -  211 
Lennox,  Peter,  72  M'Alpine  street,  -  -  269 
Lennox,  Peter,  Son,  &  Co.,  70  M'Alpine  street,  269 
Lister,  Wm.  engineering  agent,  58  Eenfield  st.,-  225 
Liverpool  and  London  and  Globe  Insurance,  -  171 
Logan's  Mercantile  Dining  Rooms,  -         -  245 

London  and  Lancashire  Insurance  (fire  and  life),  174 
London  and  Palatine  Fire  Insurance  Co.,  -  270 

London  and  Southwark  Fire  and  Life,  -  -  173 
M'Ara,  Alexander,  21  Clyde  place,  -         -  253 

M'Diarmid,  Finlay,  Bottling  Stores,  -  -  203 
Macdonald,  Jn.,&  Son,  hill  posters,  65  Jamaica  st.,  243 
M'Farlane,  Shaw,  &  Co.,  washing  and  dressing,  261 
M'Farlane,  Wm.,  mangle  and  washing  machine,  215 
M'Gregor,  D.,  &  Co.  (see  end  of  Directory.) 
M'Haffie,  Jas.,  &  Co.,  Glasgow  Metallic  Works,  270 
M'Kenzie  &  Moncur,  hot-house  builders,  -  262 
Mackie,  W.  Cross,  48  Dundas  street,  -  -  255 
MacLeod,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  30  St.  Enoch  square,  -  254 
MacNab  Brothers,  48  Dundas  street,  -  -  202 
Macniven  &  Cameron  (End  of  Directory). 
M'Taggart,  Peter,  wire-cloth  manufacturer,  -  232 
Main,  A.  &  J.  (iron  roofing),  Possilpark,  -  216 

Manchester  (The)  Fire  Assurance  Co.,  -  -  189 
Marshall,  Thomas,  patternmaker,  -  -  -  268 
Martin's  Patent  Self-canting  Anchors,  -  218,  219 
Mason  Brothers  &  Co.,  29  St.  Vincent  place,  -  254 
Menzies,  A.,  funeral  undertaker,    -  259 

Millar,  John,  &  Co.,  16  St.  Vincent  place,  -  269 
Miller,  John,  &  Co.,  153  Greendyke  street,  -  242 
Minto,  D.,  Coffee  roasting  Works,  -  -  -  227 
Mitchell  &  Co.,  Old  Irish  whisky,  -  -  -  259 
Morrison,  Dick,  &  M'Culloch,  -  -  -  267 
Morrison,  George,  16  Hope  street,-  -  -  248 
Morton  &  Thomson's  Patents,  96  Buchanan st.,-  226 
Mountford,  John,  145  Slatefield  street,  -  -  270 
Murdoch,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  30  Hope  street,  -  -  229 
National  Guarantee  and  Suretyship  Ass.,  -  190 
Nelmes,  H.,  &  Co.,  billiard  table  makers,  -  237 
Nelson,  D.  M.,  engineer,  48  Gordon  street,  -  252 
Nicholson,  D.,  132  Kennedy  street,  -  -  254 
Norrie,  M.,  80  Bath  street,  -  249 

North   British   and   Mercantile   Insurance  Co. 

(front  board  of  Directory.) 
North  (The)  British  Rubber  Co.  (Limited),  -  248 
North  British  (The)  Canadian  Investment  Co.,  167 
Northern  (The)  Assurance  Company,  -  -  178 
Norwich  Equitable  Fire  Assurance  Society,  -  175 
Norwich  and  London  Accident  Assur.  Assoc,  -  184 
Norwich  (The)  Union  Life  Insurance  Society,  -  184 
Ocean,  Railway,  and  General  Accident  Assurance,  192 
Orr,  Peter,  &  Son,  glue,  gelatine,  -  -  200,  268 
Patent  Office  and  Designs  Registry,  -  -  226 
Paterson,  A.  &  W.,  boot  and  shoe  manufacture.,  198 
Pearson,  R.  H,  &  Co.,  Campbellfield  Foundry,  270 
Peaton  Estate,  near  Roseneath,      -  265 

Percy,  W.  M.,  124  to  128  Trongate,        -         -  199 


PAGE 

Pickering,  Jonathan,  65  W.  Regent  street,  -  206 
Porter,  Robert,  watchmaker,  162  Argyle  street,  267 
Prudential  Assurance  Co.,  60  Montrose  St.,  -  186 
Purnell,  H.  A.,  305  Parliamentary  road,  -  247 

Queen,  The,  Insur.  Company  (1st  page  in  front). 
Ralston,  Wm.,  &  Son,  Commercial  road,  -  230 
Ramsay,  Robert,  hide  and  wool  broker,  -  -  251 
Reid,  John,  importer  and  manufr.  of  millstones,  250 
Reid,  Peter,  millstone  manufacturer,  -  -  238 
Reliance  Mutual  Life  Assurance  Society,  -  -  196 
Revolving  Shutters,  Bunnett  &  Co.  (Limited),  -  249 
Richard's  Patent  Steam  Engine  Indicator,  -  231 
Riley,  Webster,  &,  Borland,  86  Argyle  street,  -  212 
Rowat,  Alexander,  &  Co.,  wire  cloth  manufacts.  204 
Royal  Exchange  Assurance  Corporation,  -  188 

Ruthven  &  Glen,  67,  71  M'Alpine  street,  -  250 
Sayers'  Brandies,  John  Baird  &  Co.,  -  -  245 
Scottish  Accident  Insurance  Co.  (Lim.),  -  -  161 
Scottish  (The)  Amicable  Life  Assur.  Society,  -  164 
Scottish  Commercial  Insurance  Co.,  -  -  180 
Scottish  Heritable  Security  Co.,    -  183 

Scottish  Imperial  Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Co.,  194 
Scottish  Nickel-plating  Co.,  -  -  -  -  266 
Scottish  Provident  Institution,  67  St.  Vincent  st,  170 
Scottish  Provident  Institution,  75  Buchanan  St.,  165 
Scottish  Union  and  National  Insurance  Co.  -  160' 
Scottish  (The)  Widows'  Fund  Assurance  Society 

(preceding  title). 
Silver,  W.,  shorthand,  -----  269 
Simmons,  Geo.,  &  Co.,  billiard  table  makers,    -  237 
Slater,  Isaac,  Directory  of  Scotland,         -         -  25S 
Smith,  A.,  pawnbroking  offices,      -  262 

Smith,  Hugh,  &  Co,,  Possil  Engine  Works,       -  230 
Smith  &  M'Lean  (back  board  of  Directory.) 
Smith,  Peter,  furniture  polish,       -  263 

Smith,  Thomas,  &  Son,  25  and  31  Queen  st.,-  242 
Smith  &  Wellstood's  Celebrated  Stoves,  -  -  235 
Sovereign  Life  Office,  95  Bath  street,  -  -  185 
Spanish  and  Italian,  Mr.  A.  Revie,  -  -  264 
Staffordshire  Fire  Insurance  Co.  (Limited),  -  186 
Staffordshire  Insurance  Co.  (2d  page  in  front  of 

Directory.) 
Stamp  and  Stencil  Plates,  J.  Thomson,  -  -  263 
Standard  (The)  Fire  Office  (Limited),  -  -  272 
Standard  (The)  Life  Assurance  Co.  (See  end  of  Dir.)> 
Stevens  &  Sons,  signal  works,  New  City  road,  221 
Stewart,  John,  76  Wilson  street,  -  -  -  268 
Stewart's  Patent  Double  Check,  &c,  -  -  234- 
Templeton,  George,  show  roses,  _  _  _  264 
The  Mutual  Fire  Insurance  Corporation,  -  166 

Tweed,  John,  History  of  Glasgow,  &c,  -  -  246 
Union  Assurance  Society,  Fire  &  Life,  -  -  18!> 
United  Kingdom  Temperance  Institution,  -  182 
Watson,  George,  stationer,  -  -  -  -  269 
West  of  England  Fire  &  Life  Insurance  Co.,  -  181 
Western  (The)  Book  Club,  J.  Maclehose,  -  258 
Western  Infirmary  of  Glasgow,       -  197 

Westminster  Fire  Office,  79  W.  Regent  street,  -  168 
Westminster  and  General  Life  Assurance,  -  168 
Whyte,  Robt.,  &  Sons,  cabinetmakers,  -  -  256 
Whyte,  Thomas,  improved  cookery,  -         -  257 

Williams,  James,  -  269 

Wilson  &  Co.,  advertising  agents,  -  243 

Wilson,  Daniel,  slate  and  cement  merchant,  -  253. 
Wotherspoon,  Robert,  &  Co.,  Kinning  Park,  -  244 
Wright,  Peter,  Aerated  Water  Machines,  -  236 

Young,  Alexander  O,  51  West  Regent  street,  -  263 
Young,  Peter,  house  factor,  11  Miller  street,    -  262 


NAMES  TOO  LATE  FOR  CLASSIFICATION. 


<®°  Consult  this  list  when  the  Name  sought  for  in  the  General  Directory  is  not  found. 


Allan,  Peter,  ironmonger,  plumber,  tinsmith,  and  gas- 
fitter,  46  and  50  High  street,  Dumbarton 
Anderson,  William,  M.B.C.  V.  S.  veterinary  surgeon 

(of  Anderson  &  M'Queen),  ho.  264  Buchanan  st 
Arthur,  John  W.  (of  Allan,  Arthur,  Fletcher,  &  Co.), 

ho.  2  Granby  pi.  Hillhead 
Baker,  John,  &  Sons,  steel  file  and  tool  makers,  75 

West  Nile  street ;  works,  Sheffield 
Barklie,  John,  resid.  secretary,  92  St.  Vincent  st. 
Bath  Hotel,  152  Bath  st. ;  B.  Eobertson,  proprietor 
Bell,  John,  engineer  and  ironfounder,  97  Buchanan 

street ;  works,  Wishaw 
Bell,  Robt.  coal  master,  Wishaw,  97  Buchanan  st. ; 

residence,  Amondell  house,  Mid  Calder. 
Bell,  Thos.  mercht.  97  Buchanan  st. ;  ho.  Wishaw 
Black,  C.  R.,  &  Co.,  engineers,  &c.,  185  Stobcross  st 
Brand,  Andrew  R.  (of  A.  A.   Laird  &  Co.  72  Great 

Clyde  St.),  ho.  38  Granby  terrace,  Hillhead 
Brown,  William,  ornamental  and  art  ironfounder  and 
smith,  Budhill  Iron  Works,  Shettleston  ;  office  and 
sample  rooms,  119   Bothwell  st. ;  ho.  82  Hill  st. 
Garnethill 
Bruce,  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  5  Richard  street 
Buchanan,  Robert  M.  (of  Buchanan  &  Woodburn,  45 

Virginia  street),  ho.  Woodlands,  Bishopton 
Bulloch,  John,  spirit,  merchant,   30  College  street ; 

house,  66  Edmond  street 
Carrick,  R.  &  Co.  singeing  works,  76  Bell  street 
Couper,  Johnston,  &  Co.  (Lim.),  merchts.,  58  Bath  st. 
Cruikshank,  Adam,  produce  commission  agent,  45 

Ingram  street,  east ;  ho.  50  Eglinton  terrace 
Davidson,  Hugh  W.  woollen  cloth  and  tweed  mer- 
chant, io  Hutcheson  st. ;  ho.  37  Derby  street 
Davie,  Wm.  merchant,   116    St.  Vincent   st. ;  res. 

Dalmuir  house,  Dumbartonshire 
Dunlop,  James,  &  Co.  commission  merchants,  123 

West  George  street ;  ho.  198  Bath  street 
Fisher,  Wm.  agent,  22  Monteith  row 
Fleming,  A.  C.  (of  J.  M.  Fleming,  Manila),  9  Hills- 
borough terrace,  Hillhead 
Fleming  &  Ferguson,  engineers,  17  Oswald  street ; 

works,  Paisley 
Fleming,  Wm.  (at  Arthur  &  Co.'s,  Limited,  78  Queen 

street),  ho.  9  Hillsborough  ter.  Hillhead 
Forsyth  &  Son,  Merchants,  180  West  Regent  st 
Fulton,  Allan,  11  Bentinck  street,  Greenock 
Galloway,  Robt.  manufacturg.  chemist  (of  Galloway 
&  Co.  Pollokshaws),  ho.  3  Queen's  sq.  Strathbungo 
Garden,  James,  Superintendent,  Dalbeth  cemetery 
Gemmel,  James,  M.D.  Elmbank,  Dunoon 
Giffbrd,    William,   manager,    Leadbitter,  GovaD,  & 

Co.  Huntershill  quarry,  Bishopbriggs 
Haddow  &  Co.  yarn  agents,  9  John  street 
Henderson,  William,   engineer,   17  Oswald  street ; 

house,  23  Hyndland  street,  Particle 
Horton,  Misses,   dressmaking,  underclothing,  &c.  6 

Sedan  pi.  Paisley  road  ;  ho.  186  North  street 
Jack,  W.  H.  drysalter,  17  Oswald  street 
Knight,    Rutberglen    Charles,   resi.    secy.    National 
Insurance   Co.   of  Ireland,  19  St.  Vincent  place ; 
ho.  Knightswoad,  Bothwell 
Laurie,  J.  G.  shipbuilder  and  engineer,  2  Westbourne 

terrace,  Kelvinside 
Laughlan,  Hugh,  musician,  46  Houldsworth  st 


Leadbitter,  Govan,  &  Co.  quarry  masters,  Hunters- 
hill  Quarry,  Bishopbriggs ;  W.  Giffbrd,  manager 
Leadbitter,  Jas.   G.   (of  Leadbitter,  Govan,  &  Co.), 

resi.  Westerhouse,  Gillslaod  road,  Edinburgh 
Livingston,  John,  125  St.  George's  road 
M'Donald,  Archd.  commission  merchant  and  produce 

broker,  36  Oswald  street 
MacEachran,  Fulton,  &  Kerr,  merchants,  shipbrokers, 
and  general  commission  agents,  2  Oswald  street, 
Glasgow,  and  4  East  Breast,  Greenock 
Macfarlan,  Robt.  solicitor,  39  Church  st.  Dumbarton; 

ho.  Roodsland,  Dumbarton 
M'Gill,  J.  Wakefield,  com.  agent,  114  Ingram  st 
Macintosh,  Misses,  Lindsay  Terrace  School,  7  Lind- 
say terrace,  Dowanhill ;  ho.  8  do. 
MacKay,   T.  J.   slater,  cement  plasterer,  slate  and 

cement  merchant,  43  and  47  Dale  st.  s.s. 
M'Lean,  Jas.  monumental  sculptor,  180  Springburn 

road,  Sighthill ;  ho.  4  Petershill  road 
M'Nab,  Duncan,  chemical  and  produce  broker,  11 

Bothwell  St.;  ho.  9  Derby  terrace 
M 'Naught,  Jn.  commercial  traveller,  10  Catherine  st 
Macnee,  Duncan,  &  Co.  corn  factors,  produce  mer- 
chants, and  commission  agents,  40  Union  street 
Millar,  James,  builder,  4  Seymour  street 
Miller,  Wm.  grain  and  seed  merchant,  34  London  St.; 

resi.  Carmyle  Old  Mansion  house 
Mitchell,  J.  &  A.  &  Co.  Springb.  distillery,  Campbel- 
town;  agts.  D.  M'Dougall  &  Co.  62  St.  Geo.'s  pi 
Olive,  John,  &  Son,  railway  wagon  builders,  wheel 
and  axle  makers,  Bury  and  Hexthorpe,  Doncaster, 
and  Ince,  Wigan;  wagons  built  for  cash  or  on  the 
deferred  payment  system ;  old  established   firm ; 
sole  agent  for  Scotland,  Jn.  Campbell^  49  Jamaica  st 
Oswald,  Andrew,  Glenan  bank,  Helensburgh 
Poultice,  D.   H.  (at  Tillie  &  Henderson's),  resi.  3 

Dixon  avenue,  Crossbill 
Robertson,  Rev.  F.  Lockhart,  204  Bath  st 
Ross,  James,  &  Co.  mauuf.   chemists,  Lime  Wharf 

Chemical  Works,  near  Falkirk 
Ruddock,  J.  W.  Hallside   Provision  Store,  Newton 
Scott,  Rev.  Robt.  M.A.  St.  Geo.'s  rd  U.P.  Ch.;  ho. 

44  Hamilton  Park  terrace 
Simpson,  David,  254  St.  George's  road 
Simpson,  Wilson,  &  Co.  coalmasters,  Legbrannock 

Collieries,  Holytown 
Stevenson  &  Co.  malleable  cast  iron  founders,  Bath- 

ville  Foundry,  Bathgate 
Symington,  R.  B.  &  Co.  manufs.  28  Cochrane  st 
Symington,  Wm.  (of  R.  B.  Symington  &  Co.),  ho.  1 

Westbank  place,  Smith  street,  Hillhead 
The  Standard  Fire  Office  (Ltd.),  with  which  is 
incorporated  "  The  Belfast,"  92  St.  Vincent  st. ; 
John  Barklie,  resid.  secy. — See  Adv.  page  272. 
Wallace,  Wm.  merchant  and  agent,  108  W.  Geo.  st 
White,  Jas.  bootmaker,  15  Prince  of  Wales  terrace, 
Byars'  road,  Partick;  ho.  225  Newton  pi.  Partick 
Warner,  Jas.  sheriff  officer  and  J.P.  constable,  65 

Argyle  st.  Dunoon;  ho.  35  Mill  st.  do 
Warner,  Jas.  &  Sons,  boot  and  shoemakers,  65  Argyle 

st.  Dunoon;  ho.  35  Mill  st.  do 
Weir,  Wm.  &  Co.  commission  agents,  42  W.  Regent  st 
Woodburn,  John  (of  Buchanan  &  Woodburn,  sugar 
merchants),  45  Virginia  street 

A2 


ASSOCIATIONS  TOO  LATE  FOR  CLASSIFICATION. 


GLASGOW  WORKING  MEN'S  SABBATH 
PROTECTION  SOCIETY. 
Instituted  1849. 
The  Earl  of  Shaftesbury,  patron;  Sir  M.  S, 
Stewart,  Bart,  Col.  Campbell,  of  Blythswood,  W. 
Graham,  Lord  A.  Kinnaird,  Wm.  Kidston,  Ferniegair, 
J.  Burns,  J.  Campbell,  Tilliechewan,  J.  Hannan,  J.  A. 
Campbell, R. Mackintosh,  hon.  presidents;  J.  M'Gavin, 
Bailie  Hamilton,  W.  J.  Davidson,  Ruchill,  W.Millar, 
Eastwood,  Bailie  Salmon,  Bailie  Torrens,  Wm.  Wilson, 
Pollokshields,  Rev.  R.  D.  Kilpatrick,  J.  M.  Macleish, 
J.  Geddes,  and  Councillor  Colquhoun,  honorary  mem- 
bers ;  W.  Munro,  81  Virginia  street,  president;  P. 
Brooks,  S.  Southwell,  G.  M'Leod,  vice-presidents ;  T. 
Thomas,  157  Garscube  road,  treasurer;  G.  M'Leod, 
30  Pollok  street,  secretary;  A.  Stewart,  J.  Cunning- 
ham, H.  A.  Long,  J.  Weir,  T.  Rae,  P.  M'Gregor,  J. 
N.  Millar,  Professor  Macklin,  R.  &  J.  Cheetham,  A. 
Mackintosh,  W.  Galloway,  W.  B.  Hutchison,  Wm. 
Hutchison,  junr.,  Joha  Donald,  John  Calderwood, 
Alex.  Macormick,  James  Anderson,  Donald  Falconer, 
Thos.  Mitchell,  Robert  Mackintosh,  James  Rodger, 
George  Smith,  and  R.  B.  Watt,  members  of  commit- 
tee; J.  Weir,  77  Abercromby  street,  collector. 

BELLAHOUSTON  ACADEMY. 

Boys'  High  Class  School  and  Young  Ladies' 

College,  Paisley  Road. 

Chairman,  James  Wilson,  Esq.,  Provost  of  Govan ; 
directors,  A.  Abercrombie,  J.  Affleck,  T.  Brown,  A. 
Hannah,  T.  Reid,  A.  Sim;  secretary  and  treasurer, 
J.  Miller;  rector,  Ales.  Sim;  lady  superintendent, 
Miss  Russel;  'masters  and  governesses,  English — 
head  master,  R.  Mathewson,  M.A.;  assistants,  Ken. 
M.  Miller,  Hugh  M'Farlane,  A.  R.  Anderson,  &c; 
governesses,  Misses  Fenwick,  Glass,  Stewart,  Ander- 
son, &c.  Classics — head  master,  J.  Stirling,  M.A. ; 
assistants,  George  M.  Normand,  M.A.,  John  Douglas, 
&c.  French  and  German— J.  G.  E.  Macleod.  Arith- 
metic and  Mathematics  —  head  master,  William 
Ness;  assistants,  R.  Boyle,  &c.  Writing  and  Book- 
keeping—head  master,  John  M'Ewan,  and  assistants. 
Shorthand  Writing— William  Silver.  Drawing— 
J.  Campbell.  CM.,  and  J.  Granger.  Music— piano- 
forte, Herr  Rosenberg,  Herr  Meyer,  Misses  Elphick, 
Johnston,  Hood,  Hunter,  M'Echran,  Yorston,  and 
Harvey ;  singing,  Herr  Rosenberg  and  Mrs.  M'Don- 
ald;  class  singing,  Mr.  M'Nabb.  Dancing  and 
Deportment— Millar  Thomson.  Fencing,  Gymnas- 
tics, and  Drill— Charles  B.  M'Kenzie,  turmerly  4th 
Hussars  (King's  Own).  Needlework,  plain  and  fancy 
— Governesses.     Janitor — James  Clark. 

GLASGOW  PROTESTANT   MISSIONARY 

SOCIETY. 

Established  1878. 

Rev.  Wm.  Thomson,  4  Walmer  crescent,  Paisley 

road,  president;   Chalmers  I.  Paton,  Esq.,  9  Royal 

crescent,  Edinburgh,  vice-president;  Rev.  George  H. 

Dick,  22  Queen's  square,  Strathbungo;    Rev.  Wm. 

B.    Gardiner,    Arcadia    villa,    Pollokshaws;     Rev. 


Robert  M.  Gibson,  4  Maule  terrace,  Partick ;  Rev. 
George  G.  Green,  M.A.,  64  St.  Vincent  crescent; 
Rev.  John  Gnnsoo,  Grafton  square;  Rev.  George 
Hanson,  Springburn ;  Rev.  John  Hanson,  76  Arma- 
dale street ;  Rev.  James  Philip,  12  Westbank 
terrace ;  Rev.  Ales.  J.  Yuill,  5  Renton  terrace ; 
Professor  Macklin,  Anderson's  College ;  Frank  Y. 
Henderson,  Esq.  78  Armadale  street;  Alexander 
Miller,  Esq.  260  Stobeross  street,  committee;  Rev. 
George  H.  Dick,  chairman  of  committee  ;  Rev.  Wm. 
B.  Gardiner,  secretary ;  Frank  Y.  Henderson,  Esq., 
treasurer;  Mr.  George  Hay,  agent. 

Its  object  is  the  enlightenment  of  Protestants  in 
the  manifold  errors  of  Popery,  and  the  conversion  of 
Roman  Catholics  and  Infidels  to  the  Faith  of  Christ, 
by  means  of  public  lectures,  classes,  and  conferences. 
It  carries  on  its  operations  on  purely  missionary 
principles,  and  employs  a  trained  and  permanent 
agency.  An  effieient  missionary  has  been  obtained 
in  Mr.  George  Hay,  who  has  already  proved  himself 
to  be  a  successful  worker  in  this  special  sphere  of 
labour.  Mr.  Hay  has  undergone  a  regular  conrse  of 
study  in  connection  with  the  "  Protestant  Society 
for  promoting  the  religious  principles  of  the  Refor- 
mation, and  for  special  missions  to  Roman  Catholics 
in  Great  Britain,"  and  holds  a  certificate  of  a  most 
satisfactory  kind  from  the  lecturers  and  secretary  of 
the  London  society. 

The  Directors  meet  in  the  Religious  Institution 
Rooms,  174  Buchanan  street,  for  business  on  third 
Monday  of  each  month. 

Subscriptions  received  by  the  treasurer,  Frank  Y- 
Henderson,  Esq.,  accountant,  175  Buchanan  street; 
or  by  Mr.  George  Hay,  7  Alesander  street. 


GLASGOW  YOUNG  MEN'S  CONSERVATIVE 
ASSOCIATION. 

President,  Alex.  Whitelaw,  M.P.,  of  Gartshore ; 
vice-presidents,  Colonel  Campbell  of  Blythswood,  Jas. 
A.  Campbell,  LL.D.,  of  Stracathro  ;  William  Kid- 
ston, of  Ferniegair;  James  King,  12  Claremont  Ter.; 
Andrew  Fergus,  M.D.,  41  Elmbank  Street;  Hector 
F.  M'Lean,  Carnwath  House,  Carnwath;  Sir  James 
Fergusson,  Bart.,  of  Kilkerran  ;  Sir  W.  C.  Anstruther, 
Bart,,  M.P.  ;  Col.  Claud  Alexander,  M. P.,  of  Balloch- 
myle ;  D.  Kippen,  Esq.,  of  Busby;  J.  M.  Martin, 
Esq.,  Yr.  of  Auchendennan ;  T.  D.  Findlay,  Esq.,  of 
Easterhill;  R.  King,  Esq.,  17  Blytbswood  Square; 
secretary,  Patrick  Stirling  M'Lean,  163  St.  Vincent 
St. ;  treasurer,  Alex.  Robertson,  57  West  Nile  Street. 

The  object  of  this  Association  is  to  disseminate  the 
knowledge  of  Conservative  principles  among  young 
men  in  Glasgow,  by  means  of  lectures,  essays,  debates, 
&c.  The  Association  meets  in  the  Religious  Institu- 
tion Rooms,  172  Buchanan  Street,  every  Tuesday 
evening  at  Eight  o'clock  (except  during  the  months 
of  May,  June,  July,  and  August).  The  subjects  for 
discission  are  previously  advertised  in  the  Glasgow 
News  of  Monday  morning.  Any  young  man  pro- 
fessing Conservative  principles,  and  subscribing  the 
rules,  is  eligible  for  admission  as  a  member.  Annual 
subscription  (payable  1st  January),  2s.  6d. 


NAMES     AND     ADDRESSES 

OF  THE 

COMMISSIONED     OFFICERS     IN     THE 

YOLUNTEEE  FOECES  FOE  LANAEKSHIEE. 


OFFICERS  OF  1st  LANAEKSHIEE  AETILLEEY  VOLUNTEERS. 


Rank. 

Name. 

Batt 

ery.                           Address. 

Hon.  Colonel, 

W.  S.  Stirling  Crawford, 

Sti 

iff.       91  Eaton  Square,  London,  W.C. 

Lieut.-Colonel  commandt. 

James  Eeid  Stewart,  p., 

19  Park  terrace 

Lieut.-Colonel, 

John  Kidston,  p., 

50  West  Regent  street 

Major, 

William  West  Watson,  r., 

33  Renfield  street 

Do 

John  Mathieson,  p., 

42  Glassford  street 

Captain  and  Adjutant, 

George  S.  Marsh,  p. 

67  Eenfield  street 

Surgeon, 

George  R.  Mather,  M.D.,  p., 

11  Annfield  place,  Dennistoun 

Do 

Eobert  Watson,  M.D.,  p., 

8  Albany  place,  Sauchiehall  st 

Do 

James  Provan,  M.D.,  p., 

1             2  Great  Wellington  street 

Do 

James  S.  Cumming,  M.D.,  p., 

310  St.  Vincent  street 

Acting  Surgeon, 

D.  J.  Cunningham,  M.D.,  p., 

University,  Edinburgh 

Acting  Chaplain, 

|Rev.    D.    Macleod,    D.D.,]_ 
(     Chaplain  to  H.  Majesty,  j 

1  Woodlands  terrace 

Captain, 

Henry  Wallach,  p., 

1 

3               Virginia  buildings 

Do 

Andrew  Eeid  Brand,  p., 

1 

7          72  Great  Clyde  street 

Do 

James  G.  Reid,  p., 

3        103  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

Robert  J.  Bennett,  p., 

3          50  Gordon  street 

Do 

William  M.  Cunningham,  p., 

1 

)          93  West  Regent  street 

Do 

William  M'G.  Mason,  p., 

'          19  Waterloo  street 

Do 

Alexander  B.  Grant,  p., 

1 

!          13  John  street 

Do 

Andrew  M.  Bayne,  p., 

1          28  Miller  street 

Do 

John  Clachan,  p., 

1 

)           69  Ingram  street 

Do 

George  Bell,  p., 

5        212  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

Jasper  F.  Howat,  p., 

1 

5          16  Springfield  court 

Do 

William  Muir,  p., 

3        160  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

John  J.  Anderson,  p., 

1 

2               Mariville,  Cambuslang 

Do 

James  Stuait,  p., 

2          74  Buchanan  street 

Do 

John  Coubrough,  p., 

1 

L          60  St.  George's  place 

Do 

Robert  M.  Jeffrey,  p., 

1 

t        110  Brunswick  street 

Do 

Andrew  Henderson,  p., 

t          26a  Eenfield  street 

Lieutenant, 

Hugh  J.  Thomson,  p., 

1 

3        149  Hope  street 

Do 

Chailes  Lamont,  p., 

1< 

t          59  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

Henry  Feldtmann,  p., 

1 

5        116  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

William  Jarvie,  p., 

1. 

3          54  Gordon  street 

Do 

Robert  Shaw,  p., 

1 

I               Shawfield,  Kelvinside  Gardens 

Do 

James  A.  Birrell,  p., 

( 

3          11  Royal  Exchange  Buildings 

Do 

Archibald  M.  Lindsay,  p., 

1 

L          87  West  Eegent  street 

Do 

E.  A.  Bryden,  P., 

3        212  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

William  Kidston,  p., 

)        176  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

Peter  Beattie,  Jun.,  p., 

; 

47  Union  street 

Do 

Alexander  J.  Williamson,  p., 

5        212  St.  Vincent  street 

Do 

James  Bayne,  p., 

i 

5          28  Miller  street 

Do 

J.  D.  Johnstone,  p., 

I 

i          26  Belhaven  terrace 

Do 

D.  H.  Anderson,  p., 

r                Atlantic  Mills,  Bridgeton 

Do 

George  Mackie,  p., 

!        141  Buchanan  street 

Do 

W.  Niven,  p., 

1( 

1                Arthur  street,  Bridgeton 

Do 

C.  G.  BrowD,  p., 

1( 

!            7  Lynedoch  place 

Do 

E.  Yorston,  p., 

I 

i        157  West  George  street 

Do 

John  Graham,  p., 

V 

18  Lansdowne  crescent 

2nd- Lieutenant, 

William  Kennedy,  P., 

] 

L               Eedcliff,  Partick 

Do 

J.  E.  Cunningham,  P., 

!        149  West  George  street 

Do 

A.  G.  Marshall. 

1  Park  Eoad  terrace 

12 


VOLUNTEERS. 


OFFICERS  OF  1st  LANARKSHIRE  ENGINEER  VOLUNTEERS. 

Head  Quarters,  115  West  Campbell  Street.  Drill  Hall,  North  Woodside. 


Rank. 


Hon.-Colonel, 
Lieut.-Colonel 
Major, 
Captains, 


Lieutenants, 
u 
(i 

Sub-lieutenants, 


2nd  Lieutenant. 
Adjutant, 
Qr.  Master, 
Surgeon, 
Hon.  Chaplain, 


Name. 


Ronald  Johnstone, 
Donald  Matheson, p., 
James  Coates,  p., 
John  A.  Black,  p., 
Herbert  D.  Robinson,  p., 
Robert  G.  Paterson,  p., 
Charles  Esson,  p., 
James  Broadfoot,  p., 
Thomas  G.  F.  Palmer,  p., 
William  Broadfoot  P., 
James  Girvan,  p., 
John  Kay,  p., 
James  Lang,  p., 
A.  B.  Balmain, 
Henry  Ferry,  p., 
John  R.  M'Lean, 
J.  Fellowes,  Capt.  R.E., 
James  Kennedy,  p., 
James  Stark, 
Rev.  Robt.  T.Jeffrey,  M.D. 


Staff. 


5 
1 
4 
6 
1 
5 
1 
6 
2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
Staff. 


75   West  Nile  street, 
6  Park  terrace, 

6  Park  terrace, 

7  Newton  place 
Clyde  View,  Partick, 

4  St.  John's  terrace,  Billhead, 

14  Ashton  terrace,  Dowanhill, 
55  Finnieston  street, 

6  Buckingham  buildings, 
55  Finnieston  street, 
3  Holland  place, 
175  Buchanan  street, 

9  Crown  gardens,  Dowanhill, 
25  Belhaven  ten-ace, 
138  West  Regent  street, 

5  Park  quadrant, 

15  Hillsborough  ter.,  Hillhead, 
40  St.  Enoch  square, 

134  Mains  street, 

Adelphi  house,  Westercraigs, 


Date  of  Commission. 


25th  Nov., 

1865. 

25th  Nov., 

1865. 

12th  Jan., 

1866. 

19  th  June, 

1872. 

28th  Aug , 

1875. 

28th  Mar., 

1877. 

17th  Nov., 

1877. 

13th  Nov. 

1875. 

29  th  March 

1876. 

29th  March 

1876. 

29  th  March 

1876. 

14th  March 

1877. 

4th  April, 

1877. 

13th  Feb., 

1878. 

13th  Nov., 

1875. 

17th  Feb., 

1872. 

9  th  May, 

1877. 

15th  Oct., 

1863. 

OFFICERS  OF  1st  REGIMENT  LANARKSHIRE 
RIFLE  VOLUNTEERS. 

Orderly  Room,  202  Hope  street,  Glasgow. 

LIEUT.-COL.  COMMANDANT. 

Ruthven  C.  Todd,  51  St.  Vincent  street 

MAJORS. 

James  C.  Alston,  27  James  Watt  street 
Joseph  N.  Smith,  97  Bath  street 

CAPTAINS. 

Robert  E.  Aitken,  66  St.  Vincent  street 

Peter  M'K.  Sinclair,  65  St.  Vincent  street 

Thomas  A.  Paul,  101  West  Nile  street 

William  A.  Campbell,  29  Ingram  street 

William  Archibald,  Union  Bank,  Ingram  street 

Marcus  Robinson,  4  Meadowbank  crescent,  Partick 

James  A.  Reid,  172  St.  Vincent  street 

David  Gray,  22  West  Nile  street 

F.  W.  Allan,  15  Gordon  street 

John  Dalglish,  29  St.  Vincent  place 

Henry  A.  Ker,  173  Trongate 

William  W.  Ross,  3  Allanton  terrace 

William  G.  Lindsay,  30  George  square 

John  M'Farlane,  151  North  street 

LIEUTENANTS. 

James  J.  Robertson,  80  Renfield  street 

Richard  Neilson,  10  John  street 

Charles  S.  Moir,  54  Gordon  street 

John  R.  Barker,  21  Derby  street,  Sandyford 

James  Brand,  109  Bath  street 

Walter  Gardner,  44  Frederick  lane 

George  F.  Coulson,  19  Belhaven  ter.,  Kelvinside 

John  A.  Roxburgh,  25  Gordon  street 


James  Watson,  Balshagry  cottage,  Partick 
William  Murgatroyd,  212  West  George  street 
Alexander  Nelson,  8  Prince's  square 
A.  M.  Dunlop,  82  Union  street 
William  A.  Smith,  16  Prince's  square 

2ND-LIETJTENANTS. 

Robert  B.  Black,  49  Jamaica  street 

Wemyss  O.  Bulley.  96  Buchanan  street 

Montague  S.  Melliss,  33  Renfield  street 

John  T.  Doncombe,  Union  Bank,  Ingram  street 

Arthur  Hart,  41  St.  Vincent  place 

George  Morton,  40  West  Nile  street 

John  Gordon,  54  Miller  street 

Mathew  P.  Campbell,  29  Ingram  street 

Archd.  Hamilton  Donald,  172  St.  Vincent  street 

Alexander  Galbraith,  54  Gordon  street 

CArTAIN  AND  ADJUTANT. 

Captain  Archibald  H.  Sharp,  73rd  regiment,  Western 
Club 

HON.  QUARTERMASTER. 

Patrick  Condra,  202  Hope  street 

SURGEONS. 

Archibald  K.  Irvine,  M.D.,  3  Newton  terrace 
James  W.  Andeiv.on,  M.D.,  4  Burnbank  terrace 
James  Whitson,  M.D.,  14  Somerset  place 

ACTING  CHAPLAIN. 

Rev.  J.  Marshall  Lang,  D.D.,  5  Woodlands] terrace 

SERJEANT-MAJOR. 

John  Carruthers,  6  Willowbank  Crescent 
Uniform,  Grey;    Facings  Blue. 


VOLUNTEERS. 


13 


OFFICERS  OF  3rd  REGIMENT  LANARKSHIRE 
RIFLE  VOLUNTEERS. 

Orderly  Room,  58  Hope  street. 

Drill  Ground,  Cathcart  Road. 

Rifle  Range  (up  to  600  yards),  at  Nitshill  Station. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

James  Merry,  60  St.  George's  place 

MAJOR. 

James  M.  Robson,  11  Belhaven  terrace 

CAPTAINS. 

William  Mactear,  67  Buchanan  street 

Thomas  Kennedy,  16  North  Frederick  street 

R.  F.  M.  Wilson,  West  Lodge,  Pollokshields 

Donald  Hamilton,  395  Crown  street 

James  Kerr,  175  West  George  street 

Andrew  Hillcoat,  11  Knowe  terrace,  Pollokshields 

Thomas  Nicol,  181  Trongate 

Archd.  Watson,  Ardven,  Maxwell  rd.,  Pollokshields 

Chas.  J.  Kerr,  42  St.  Vincent  crescent 

Andrew  Masson,  16  North  Frederick  street 

John  H.  M'Cloy,  174  New  City  road 

James  Ferrier,  7  Linden  terrace,  Pollokshields 

LIEUTENANTS. 

James  Bruce,  42  Cadogan  street 
John  Brown,  8  Stonefield  terrace 
John  Scott,  40  St.  Vincent  place 
Andrew  Struthers,  141  Buchanan  street 
G.  M.  Wilson,  West  Lodge,  Pollokshields 
Hugh  Morton,  199  Bath  street 
Ales.  Drennan,  23  Granville  place 
John  Brock,  74  West  Howard  street 
Thomas  Stewart,  10  Wallace  street 

2ND-LIEUTENANTS. 

William  Abbott,  18  London  street 

H.  R.  Hyndman,  6  South  Park  terrace,  Hillhead 

David  Rowan.  22  Woodside  place 

Walter  Turnbull,  87  Union  street 

Charles  A.  Lewis,  Rosemount,  Houston 

Samuel  Runcie,  6  Hope  street 

George  Coats,  79  St.  George's  place 

John  Kiellor,  5  Hanover  street 

John  E.  Stewart,  Violet  Grove  House 

Robert  Robin,  Elesmere,  Kelvinside 

James  Affleck,  Crookston  Hall,  Govan 

Chas.  G.  D.  Morier,  15  Derby  crescent,  Kelvinside 

ADJUTANT. 

C.  H.  Simpson,Cap.  74th  Regt.,7  Kerslandst.Hillhead 

QUARTERMASTER. 

James  Logan,  38  Bellgrove  street 

SURGEONS. 

James  Dunlop,  M.D.,  18  Carlton  place 
John  Dunlop,  M.D.,  1  Somerset  place 

ACTING   SURGEON. 

Alex.  Napier,  M.D.,  3  Royal  terrace,  Crosshill 

CHAPLAIN. 

Rev.  David  Brown,  197  Renfrew  street 

SERGEANT-MAJOR. 

William  Strathearn,  196  Watt  street 

Uniform,  Scarlet ;  Facings,  Royal  Blue. 


OFFICERS  OF  4th  LANARKSHIRE  (GLASGOW 

1st  NORTHERN)   RIFLE  VOLUNTEERS. 

Head  Quarters,  138  Stirling  road. 

Rifle  range,  800  yards,  Millerston. 

HONORARY   COLONEL. 

Vacant 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

Henry  M.  Hannan,  2  Huntly  gardens 

MAJORS. 

Alexander  Mein,  jun.,  12  Buckingham  terrace 
Alexander  Sloan,  25  Ashton  terrace,  Dowanhill 


John  W.  Arthur,  2  Granby  place,  Hillhead 

Bernard  Porter, 

James  Ritchie,  3  Westbourne  Gardens,  south 

Warden  R.  Maxwell,  8  St.  James' terrace,  Hillhead. 

Henry  J.  S.  Dubs,  22  Royal  crescent 

George  R.  Fleming,  Newlandsfield. 

Charles  R.  Dubs,  15  Park  Circus  place 

James  Balmain,  25  Belhaven  terrace 

William  R.  M.  Church,  2  Southpark  ter.  Hillhead. 

LIEUTENANTS. 

John  G.  Harvey,  Woodend,  Houston 

Alfred  H.  Coulson,  19  West  Belhaven  terrace 

George  Sloan,  4  Alfred  terrace,  Great  Western  road 

Alexander  D.  Macindoe,  18  Belhaven  ter.  Hillhead 

William  Service,  5  Westbourne  gardens 

Richard  H.  Boyd,  Shettleston 

Francis  J.  Fergu&on,  34  Windsor  terrace 

Frank  B.  Reid,  12  Blythswood  square 

Henry  H.  Birrell,  8  Wilton  terrace 

John  M.  Clavering,  14  Woodside  terrace 

James  H.  Dalglish,  KilmardiDny 

William  H.  Minnoch  ,6  Woodside  crescent 

Alexander  A.  Mitchell,  10  Milton  crescent 

William  H.  Scott,  12  Prince's  terrace,  Dowanhill 

Robert  B.  Thomson,  18  Woodlands  terrace 

Andrew  L.  Macfle,  23  Ashton  terrace,  Hillhead 

William  J.  Tillie,  5  Kelvinside  terrace,  Hillhead 

ADJUTANT. 

Captain  J.  Granger,  7  Queen  square,  Strathbungo 

SURGEON-  MAJOR. 

Robert  Smart,  M.D.,  4  Queen's  crescent 

SURGEON. 

Johnston  Macfie,  23  Ashton  terrace,  Hillhead. 

HON.  CHAPLAIN. 

Rev.  G.  S.  Burns,  D.D.,  3  Westbourne  terrace 

OFFICERS  OF  19th  REGIMENT  LANARKSHIRE 

RIFLE  VOLUNTEERS. 

Orderly  Room,  13  Renfrew  street. 

Head  Quarters,  West  Nile  Corner, 

Drill  Hall,  Ark  lane,  Dennistoun. 

Rifle  Range,  800  yards,  Possil. 


14 


VOLUNTEERS. 


HON.  COLONEL. 

John  Middleton,  Kinfauns  Castle,  Perthshire 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

James  M.  Forrester,  135  Buchanan  street. 
A.  S.  D.  Colquhoun,  13"  Cochrane  street 

MAJOR. 

Joseph  Findlay,  26  Ingram  street 

CAPTAINS. 

John  Cannan,  243  Buchanan  street 

Robert  Jack,  6  Stockwell  place,  off  Stock-well  street 

F.  R.  Moir,  22  West  Nile  street 

James  E.  Watson,  83  West  Regent  street 

T.  L.  Selkirk,  107  St.  Vincent  street 

Thomas  Wm.  Orr,  45  Hope  street 

Thomas  C.  Kemp,  Wellpark  House,  Dennistoun 

John  A.  Sillars,  53  Morrison  street 

LIEUTENANTS. 

James  Outram,  16  Grosvenor  ter.,  or  65  St.  Vincent 

street 
James  John  Frame,  40  Royal  Exchange  square 
John  G.  Mowat,  22  West  Nile  street 
Robert  D.  Findlay,  10  Belmont  crescent 
Robert  Reid,  87  St.  Vincent  street 
John  M'Intyre,  33  Oswald  street 

SUB-LIEUTENANTS. 

Thomas  B.  Grier,  29  Waterloo  street 

James  Raeburn,  263  Argyle  street 

Andrew  B.  Rae,  Woodlee,  Hamilton 

Wm.  C.  Weir,  10  Prince's  terrace,  Dowanhill 

James  P.  M'Intyre,  26  Ingram  street 

Bryson  Johnston,  80  Buchanan  street 

ADJUTANT. 

Captain  E.  H.   B.  Lysons,  13   Renfrew  street,  or 
Hope  Villa,  Lenzie. 

HON.  QUARTERMASTER. 

Vacant 

SURGEON. 

Thomas  Johnston,  233  West  Regent  street 

ASSISTANT-SURGEONS. 

Samuel  Johnston  Moore,  15  Blythswood  square 
Murdoch  Cameron,  Thornden,  Helensburgh 

HON.  CHAPLAIN. 

Rev.  David  Strong. 


OFFICERS  OF  25th  LANARKSHIRE  RIFLE    / 
VOLUNTEERS. 
Head  Quarters,  Orderly  Room,  and  Armoury, 

12  Old  Kelvinhaugh  road,  Overnewton. 
Rifle  range  to  750  yards,  at  Fulwood,  Houston. 

HONORARY  COLONEL. 

Walter  M.  Neilson,  Queenshill,  Kircudbrightshire 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

Adam  Morrison,  Gartloch  House,  near  Glasgow 

MAJORS. 

Iver  Myhlenphort,  26  Bothwell  street 

William  Boyd  Anderson,  137  St.  Vincent  street 


CAPTAINS. 

Thomas  W.  Chalmers,  131  Great  Western  road 
Peter  W.  Hall,  10  Walworth  terrace 
John  Adam,  9  Gilmour  street,  Paisley 
Mat.  Douglas  Anderson,  12  Montrose  street 
James  R.  Mack,  12  Wellmeadow,  Paisley 
J.  S.  Morton,  Athole  Villa,  Fallside 
John  D.  Young,  Mayfield  villa,  Bishopbriggs 
Robert  L.  Brown,  24  West  Cumberland  street 

LIEUTENANTS. 

James  C.  Arnot,  162  St.  Vincent  street 
Fred.  John  Easton,  81  Buchanan  street 
Andrew  G.  Paterson,  16  India  street 
George  C.  Paterson,  16  India  street 
John  Paterson,  58  Eosebank  terrace 
Robert  Meldrum,  55  Bath  street 
David  D.  Napier,  8  Parkgrove  ter. 

2ND-LIEUTENANTS  i 

Peter  Kemp,  Bishopbriggs 

Thomas  Miller,  22  Buchanan  street 

William  J.  Menzies  (Neilson  &  Co.),  Springburn 

Henry  Median,  62  St.  Vincent  crescent 

James  Reid,  10  Woodside  terrace 

ADJUTANT. 

A.  R.  A.  Boyd,  Capt.  (late  Captain  92nd  High- 
landers), Head  Quarters 

SURGEON. 

D.  M'Lean,  M.D.,  121  Douglas  street 

ASSISTANT-SURGEON. 

W.  L.  Reid,  M.D.C.M.,  258  Dumbarton  road 

A  CTING-CH  APLAIN. 

Rev.  John  M'Leod,  Manse,  Govan 


OFFICERS     OF     31st    LANARKSHIRE     (THE 
BLYTHSWOOD)  RIFLE  VOLUNTEERS. 
Head  Quarters,  77  North  Frederick  street. 

HON.  COLONELS. 

William  Stirling,  Tarduf  House,  Linlithgow 
Alex.  C.  Ewing,  PolmoDt  park,  Polmont 

COLONEL  COMMANDANT. 

Archibald  C.  Campbell,  77  North  Frederick  street 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

William  Clark,  47  KiDg  st.,  Mile-end 

MAJORS. 

T.  Glen,  41  George  street,  Manchester 
George  Purdie,  Bellview,  Dumbreck 

CAPTAINS. 

William  M'Culloch,  147  Argyle  street 
William  Hunter  Scott,  73  Eobertson  street 
Alexander  M.  Finlay,  42  Queen  street 
George  Gilmour,  35  Bentinck  street 
Sigismund  Schuman,  7  Royal  Bank  place 
R.  Whyte,  45  Candleriggs 
A.  R.  Goldie,  81  Buchanan  street 


VOLUNTEERS. 


15 


James  Gibb  Birrell,  17  &  19  Candleriggs 

D.  R.  M'Lachlan,  Millbrea  crescent 

Peter  Morrison,  325  Eglinton  street 

R.  S.  Murray,  Commercial  Bank,  Rutherglen 

LIEUTENANTS. 

J.  P.  Taylor,  7  Ettrick  road,  Merchiston,  Edinburgh 

R.  B.  Shaw,  1  Belmar  terrace,  Pollokshields 

J.  Dale,  191  West  George  street 

Thomas  Ferguson,  137  West  George  street 

J.  G.  Smith,  173  St.  Vincent  street 

R.  Black,  141  Pollok  street 

H.  Edwards,  3  Fairlie  place 

J.  Gardiner,  Ashfield  terrace,  Hillhead. 

R.  D.  Linton,  15  Berlin  terrace,  Pollokshields 

W.  Beardmore,  10  Oakley  terrace 

R.  Walker,  Parkview  terrace,  Hillhead 

2ND-LIEUTENANTS. 

G.  P.  Rome,  Portland  house,  Pollokshields 

W.  Chrystal,  2  Charing  cross 

W.  Roxburgh,  42  Abbotsford  place 

D.  Picken,  Springburn 

ADJUTANT. 

A.  W.  Cameron,  77  North  Frederick  street 

QUARTERMASTER. 

J.  Wills,  39  Tower  street,  Paisley  road 

SURGEONS. 

Alexander  Fergus,  M.D.,  47  Elmbank  street 
John  E.  Brodie,  M.D.,  423  Argyle  street 
A.  Wallace,  M.D.,  4  Newton  place 

HON.  CHAPLAIN. 

Rev.  J.  Taylor,  D.D.,  7  Ettrick  road,  Merchiston, 
Edinburgh 

SERGEANT-MAJOR. 

J.  R.obinson,  Head  Quarters,  77  N.  Frederick  street 


OFFICERS   OF   105th   LANARKSHIRE    RIFLE 

VOLUNTEERS. 

"THE  GLASGOW  HIGHLANDERS" 

Head  Quarters,  81  Greendyke  street. 

Rifle  Range,  Patterton,  Nitshill. 

HONORARY  COLONEL. 

The  Marquis  of  Lome. 

LIEUT.-COLONELS. 

F.  R.  Reid,  Gallowflat,  Rutherglen 
J.  T.  Stewart,  9  Marchmont  terrace 

MAJORS. 

Walter  Arrol,  18  Blythswood  square 

Charles  M.  Williamson,  194  West  George  street 

CAPTAINS. 

James  Menzies,  6G  Bath  street 
John  Clark,  George  street,  Mile  end 
James  Easton,  77  Charlotte  street. 
John  L.  Bruce,  103  West  Regent  street 
John  R.  Reid,  67  Hope  street 
W.  W.  Mutter,  41  Ann  street 
E.  D.  Dunlop,  129  Trongate 
John  R.  Reid,  Gallowflat,  Rutherglen 


Thomas  Johnston,  Gowan  bank,  Nitshill 
Robert  A.  Cruikshank,  67  Bothwell  street 
Thomas  Ramsay,  47  Miller  street 

LIEUTENANTS. 

R.  C.  Mackenzie,  6  Blythswood  square 

J.  Kerr,  Ruchill  Foundry 

J.  A.  Macdonuld,  81  Greendyke  street 

Lachlan  M'Tavisb,  189  St.  Vincent  street 

Alex.  Livingston,  10  Charles  St.,  St.  Rollox 

Matthew  Cruickshank,  jun.,  99  Breadalbane  terrace 

Charles  Clapperton,  4  Woodside  terrace 

SUB-LIEUTENANT. 

Roderick  B.  M'Kinnon,  76  Armadale  st.  Denniatoun 

2ND-LIEUTENANTS. 

Alex.  Marshall  Hay,  116  St.  Vincent  street 
G.  A.  Stewart,  33  Bath  street 
J.  R.  Philip,  47  Hutcheson  street 
A.  D.  Tolmie,  166  Buchanan  street 
James  M.  Tulloch,  15  St.  Vincent  place 

ADJUTANT. 

R.  M.  Tod,  3  Lynedoch  place  (late  Captain  43rd 
Light  Infantry) 

QUARTERMASTER. 

John  Macpherson,  4  Roseberry  terrace,  Pollokshields 

SURGEON. 

Thomas  D.  Buchanan,  24  Westminster  terrace 

ACTING-SURGEON. 

David  Cowie,  71  Milton  street 

Thomas  D.  Buchanan,  24  Westminster  terrace 

HON.  CHAPLAIN. 

Rev.  William  E.  B.  Gunn,  Liverpool 

SERGEANT-MAJOR. 

W.  N.  Clayton,  Head  Quarters,  81  Greendyke  street 
Uniform,  42nd  Royal  Highlanders. 


OFFICERS    OF    16th   LANARKSHIRE    RIFLE 
VOLUNTEERS. 


Head  Quarters,  Hamilton. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

John  Austine,  Hamilton 

MAJORS. 

Robert  Harington,  East  Kilbride 
R.  Jack,  Motherwell 

CAPTAINS. 

S.  Simpson,  Hamilton 
G.  Walker,  Uddingston 
Thomas  Williams,  Wishaw 
Patrick  Keith,  Hamilton 
Thos.  Ralston,  Bothwell 
J.  Louden,  Strathaven 
John  Topping,  Motherwell 
G.  S.  Robb,  East  Kilbride 
John  Clark  Forrest,  Hamilton 
James  Scott,  Newmains 


16 


VOLUNTEERS. 


LIEUTENANTS. 

James  Naismith,  Blantyre 
John  Ness,  B  Ian  tyre 
James  C.  Kay,  Hamilton 
Andrew  Greig,  Bothwell 
J.  Colville,  Motherwell 
A.  Campbell,  Strathaven 
John  Alex.  Potter,  Hamilton 
Alexander  Wilson,  Motherwell 
Robert  Scott  Paterson,  Uddingston 
Peter  Fisher,  Bothwell 
John  Martin,  Uddingston 
Archibald  Kirkland,  Newmains 

2ND-LIEUTENANTS. 

George  Donald 
William  Strang 
J.  R.  S.  Backhouse 

ADJUTANT 

Captain  John  Campbell,  90th  Light  Infantry 

SURGEON. 

Jame3  Loudon,  M.D.,  Hamilton 

ASSISTANT-SURGEONS. 

B.  Goff 

W.  Crawford 

CHAPLAIN. 

Rev.  Mr.  Pagan,  Bothwell 


OFFICERS  OF  3rd  ADMINISTRATIVE  BATTA- 
LION LANARKSHIRE  RIFLE  VOLUNTEERS. 

HEUT.-COLONEL. 

James  Stevenson  Hamilton 


37th  Corps. 

55th  Corps. 
62nd  Corps. 

73rd  Corps. 

94th  Corps. 


f  Major,  Vacant 

j  Captain,  J.  Lancaster 

J  Lieutenant,  Isaac  Lamonby 

]  2nd-Lieut.,  Vacant 

j  A.  A.  Surgeon,  E.  H.  Kelly 

|„ A.  Ch.,  Rev.  T.  H.  Turnbull 


(Captain,   J.  Annan 
■<  Lieutenant,  James  B.  Hamilton 
(_2nd- Lieut.,  James  Swan 

(Captain,  J.  Paul 
-c  Lieutenant,  Edward  S pence 
(2nd-Lieut.,  William  Johnston 

f  Captain,  Vacant 
J  Lieutenant,  Thomas  Gray 
]  A.  A.  Surgeon,  R.  J.  Stewart 
l_A.  Ch.,  Rev.  Daniel  M'Laren 

( Captain,  T.  Moore 
■<  Lieutenant,  R.  Wood 
(2nd-Lieut.,  William  G.  Watson 

f  Captain,  Vacant 
j  Lieutenant,  W.  J.  H.  Noble 
107th  Corps.  ■{  2nd-Lieut,  Joseph  Gill 

j  A.  A.  Surgeon,  James  M'Glade 
^A.  Ch.,  James  Symington 


ADJUTANT. 

George  T.  Thornton,  Lanark 

quartermaster — James  Scott,  Douglas 
surgeon — J.  Lindsay,  M.D.,  Lesmahagow 


OFFICERS    OF    29th    LANARKSHIRE    RIFLE 
VOLUNTEERS. 

Head  Quarters,  Airdrie. 
HON.  colonel. 

The  Right  Hon.  Lord  Dunglass,  Coldstream,  Ber- 
wickshire 

LIEUT.-COL.    COMMANDANT. 

Peter  Forrest,  Bank  buildings,  Shotts,  p. 


John  Craig,  Moffat  mill,  Airdrie  p. 
Thomas  Clark,  Springwells,  Airdrie,  p. 


Robert  N.  Williamson,  John  street,  Coatbridge,  p. 

Hugh  Rodger,  Newarthill,  p. 

George  Shaw,  John  street,  Coatbridge,  p. 

Peter  Marshal],  Clark  street,  Airdrie,  p. 

John  Ross,  Eastfield  cottage,  Benhar,  p. 

James  Miller,  Gartcosh,  Chryston,  p. 

John  Harvie,  Stirling  street,  Airdrie,  p. 

John  Murray,  Greengairs,  Airdrie,  p. 

LIEUTENANTS. 

John  Sutherland,  Benhar,  p. 

Malcolm  Downie,  Airdrie,  p. 

James  Wallace,  Calderbank,  p. 

Andrew  Ramsay,  Bank  street,  Airdrie,  p. 

Peter  Spence,  Stirling  street,  Airdrie,  p. 

James  Ross,  Mossend,  Bellshill,  p. 

James  Bell,  Couperthead  house,  Coatbridge,  p. 

Alexander  Cowie,  Lochend  house,  Chryston,  p. 

CAPTAIN    AND    ADJUTANT. 

Thomas  Gorges  Crawley,  8th  King's  Regt,  Western 
Club,  Buchanan  street,  Glasgow 

HON.    QUARTERMASTER. 

Henry  M'Lachlan,  Coatbridge 


Robert  Stewart,  M.D.,  Coatbridge 
Patrick  Rankin,  M.D.,  Airdrie,  p. 
James  Tennant  Barrie,  Newarthill 


CHAPLAINS. 


Rev.  Wm.  Stirling,  Coatbridge 

Rev.  P.  C.  Black,  Old  Monkland,  Coatbridge 

Rev.  David  Laughland,  Newarthill 


C  AL 


1879-80. 


St 

a 
a 

o 

>> 
eg 
a 

01 

o> 

pi 

E-i 

a 
01 

PI 
a 

0) 

a 
a 

m 

a 

a 

CO 

$ 
US 

>> 

a 
a. 

o 

S 

>> 

a 
a 

to 
03 

fJ 
E-i 

>> 
a 

to 

1 

■a 

EQ 

H 

a 

a 

>> 

■a 
H 

a 

cS 
02 

June,    - 

l 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

Decern., 

1 

o 

3 

4 

5 

6 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1? 

13 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

90 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

97 

29 

30 

28 

29 

30 

31 

July,  -  - 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

Januar. 

1 

9 

3 

6 

V 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

q 

10 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

20 

21 

92 

23 

24 

25 

26 

18 

19 

•20 

21 

22 

93 

94 

27 

28 

29.. 

30 

31 

25 

26 

27 

98 

9q 

so 

31 

August, 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

Febru., 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

10 

Jl 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

8 

9 

10 

11 

13 

13 

14 

» 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

15 

16 

17 

IS 

19 

"0 

?! 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

?-7 

?8 

SI 

W 

Septem., 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

March, 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

V 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1? 

13 

14 

lb 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27' 

21 

22 

23 

24 

915 

?fi 

97 

28 

29 

30 

?,H 

9q 

SO 

31 

October, 

1 

o 

3 

4 

April,  - 

1 

2 

3 

b 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

"3 

94 

20 

2/ 

28 

29 

30 

31 

25 

26 

37 

9R 

9q 

HO 

Novem., 

1 

May,  - 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

16 

17 

18„ 

J9 

90 

91 

9-? 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

23 

24 

25$ 

E26 

27 

28 

99 

30 

30 

31 

IMPORTANT    DAYS. 


Longest  Day, June  21. 

Fair  Week  Begins, July  14. 

St.  Swithin's  Day, July  15. 

Lammas  Term, August  1. 

Day  and  Night  Equal, Sept.  22. 

Michaelmas  Day, Sept.  29. 

Glasgow  Autumn  Fast, Oct.  23. 

Hallowe'en, Oct.  31. 

Martinmas  Term, Nor.  11. 

St.  Andrew's  Day, Nov.  30. 

Shortest  Day, Dec.  21. 


Christmas, Dec  25 

Old  New  Year's  Day, Jan.  13. 

Candlemas, Feb.  2. 

Valentine's  Day, Feb.  14. 

Day  and  Night  Equal, March  20. 

Glasgow  Spring  Fast, April  8. 

Good  Friday, April  9. 

Easter  Sunday, April  11. 

Whitsunday  Term, May  15. 

Queen's  Birthday, May  24. 

Flitting  Day, May  28 


FAST-DAYS  IN  THE  PRINCIPAL  PLACES  IN  SCOTLAND. 


Aberdeen,  Wed.  before  2nd  Tues.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Aberdour,  Fife,  Thur.  before  2nd  Sun.  of  April  and 

October. 
Airdrie,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  April  and 

3rd  Sunday  of  October. 
Alexandria,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  May. 
Alloa,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and  1st 

Sunday  of  December. 
Andrews,  St.,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June 

and  1st  Sunday  of  December. 
Annan,  Thur.  before  1st  Sun.  of  Feb.  and  August. 
Anstruther,  Easter,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of 

May  and  2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Arbroath,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  March  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  October. 
Ardrishaig,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  April  and 

1st  Sunday  of  November. 
Ardrossan,  Wednesday  before  last  Sunday  of  April 

and  1st  Sunday  of  October. 
Auchterarder,    Wednesday    before    2nd    Sunday    of 

March  and  1st  Sunday  of  August. 
Auchtergaven,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sunday  of  March 

and  last  Thursday  of  July. 
Auchtermuchty,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June 

and  2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Ayr,  Wednesday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  April  and  last 

Sunday  of  October. 
Banff,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  April  and  last 

Sunday  of  October. 
Bannockburn,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June 

and  1st  Sunday  of  December. 
Barrhead,  Tuesday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 
Bathgate,  Thur.  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Beith,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Bervie,  Wednesday  before  1st  Sunday  of  July. 
Berwick,  N.,  generally  Th.  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June. 
Biggar,  Wed.  before  3rd  Sunday  of  April  and  Oct. 
BlairgowYie,  Thurs.  before  1st  Sun.  of  May  and  Nov. 
Bothwell,  Thurs.  before  1st  Sun.  of  May  and  Nov. 
Braemar,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 
Brechin,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  May  and 

nearest  full  moon  in  October. 
Bridge  of  Allan,  Thurs.  before  2nd  Sun.  of  June  &  Dec. 
Callander,  Thurs.  before  2ml  Sun.  of  March  and  July. 
Cambuslang,  Thursday  before  2nd  Tuesday  of  April 

and  Thursday  before  last  Tuesday  of  October. 
Campbeltown,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June 

and  1st  Sunday  of  December. 
Campsie,  Thurs.  before  2nd.  Sun.  of  June  and  Nov. 
Carluke,  Thur.  before  4th  Sun.  of  Feb.,  June,  and  Oct. 
Carnwath,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  July. 
Carstairs,  Friday  before  last  Sun.  in  March  and  Aug. 
Catrine,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  June. 
Castle-Douglas,  Thur.  before  last  Sunday  of  April 

and  1st  Sunday  of  November. 
Coatbridge,  Thurs.  before  last  Sun.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Coldstream,  Wednesday  before  1st  Sunday  of  May. 
Coupar-Angus,    Wednesday    before    best    moonlight 

Sunday  in  February,  and  1st  Sunday  in  August. 
Crail,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  July. 
Crieff,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  June  and  2nd 

Sunday  of  December. 
Cromarty,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  June. 
Cullen,  Fri.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  April  and  October. 


Culross,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and  2nd 

Sunday  of  December. 
Cumnock,  New,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  June, 

and  Wed.  or  Fri.  before  2nd  Sunday  of  November. 
Cumnock,  Old,  Thurs.  before  4th   Sunday  of  June 

and  Wednesday  before  2nd  Sunday  in  December. 
Cupar-Fife,  Thurs.  before  4th  Sunday  of  June  and 

1st  Sunday  of  December. 
Dailly,  Friday  before  2nd  Sunday  in  May  and  Nor. 
Dalkeith,  Friday  before  1st  Sun.  of  May  and  Nov. 
Dairy  (Ayrshire),  Wednesday  before  1st  Sunday  of 

July  and  nearest  full  moon  in  November. 
Denny,  Wednesday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

1st  Sunday  of  December. 
Dingwall,  Thurs.  before  1st  Sun.  of  Aug.  and  Feb. 
Dirleton,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  July  and 

Saturday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  November. 
Dollar,  Thurs.  before  1st  Sun.  of  April  and  October. 
Dumbarton,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  March 

and  2nd  Sunday  in  October. 
Dumfries,  Friday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  April  and 

4th  Sunday  of  October. 
Dunbar,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  May  and 

1st  Thursday  of  November. 
Dunblane,  Thurs.  bsfore  3rd  Sun.  of  Feb.  and  July. 
Dundee,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Dunfermline,  Thur.  before  last  Sun.  of  June  and  Nov. 
Dunkeld,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  April. 
Dunoon,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and  Dec. 
D.unse,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 
Dysart,   Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

4th  Sunday  of  November. 
Edinburgh,  Thurs.  before  last  Sun.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Elgin,   1st  Thursday  of  May  and  Thursday  before 

4th  Sunday  of  October. 
Ellon,  Thurs.  before  2nd  Mon.  of  March  and  Aug. 
Errol,  Thur.  bef.  4th  Sun.  of  June  and  2nd  Sun.  of  Dec. 
Falkirk,  Friday  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  Fri- 
day after  1st  Thursday  of  November. 
Forfar,   1st   Thursday  of  May  and  Thursday  before 

3rd  Sunday  of  October. 
Forres,  Thursday  before  4th  Tuesday  of  April. 
Fraserburgh,  generally  1st  Thursday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Galashiels,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  November. 
Girvan,  Thurs.  before  last  Sun.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Glasgow,  Thursday  before  2nd  Tuesday  of  April  and 

Thursday  before  last  Tuesday  of  October. 
Glenluce,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  July. 
Gourock,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June,  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Greenlaw,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  July. 
Greenock,  Thursday  before  the  4th  Sunday  of  March 

and  1st  Sunday  of  October. 
Haddington,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  March 

and  last  Sunday  of  June. 
Hamilton,  Thurs.  before  2nd  Sun.  of  June  and  Dec. 
Hawick,  Wednesday  before  last  Sunday  of  June  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Helensburgh,  Thurs.  before  1st  Sun.  of  May  and  Nov. 
Huntly,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 
Inverary,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  April  and 

2nd  last  Sunday  of  October. 
Inverkeithing,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  June  and  Nov 


FAST-DAYS  IN  THE  PRINCIPAL  PLACES  IN  SCOTLAND. 


19 


Inverness,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  July  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  November. 
Irvine,  Wednesday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Jedburgh,  Thurs.  before  1st  Sun.  of  July  and  Dec. 
Johnstone,  Friday  before  1st  Sun.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Keith,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Kelso,  Wed.  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Kettle,  Thursday  before  Sunday  nearest  full  moon  in 

February  and  1st  Sunday  of  July. 
Kileonquhar,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 
Kilmarnock,  Wednesday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June 

and  2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Kilrenny,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  June  &  2nd  of  Dec. 
Kilsyth,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and  Nov. 
Kilwinning,  Wednesday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June 

and  last  Sunday  of  October. 
Kincardine,  Wed.  before  1st  Sunday  of  February  and 

Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  July. 
Kinghorn,  same  as  Kirkcaldy. 
Kinross,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  June  and 

Thursday  before  full  moon  in  December. 
Kirkcaldy,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

4th  Sunday  of  November. 
Kirkcudbright,  1st  Th.  of  May  and  last  Th.  of  Oct. 
Kirkintilloch,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  April 

and  full  moon  in  November. 
Kirkwall,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  April  and 

before  first  moonlight  Sunday  of  November. 
Lanark,   Thursday   before   3rd  Sunday  of  April  and 

1st  Sunday  of  November. 
Langholm,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

before  first  full  moon  in  December. 
Largs,  Thur.  bef.  last  Sun.  of  April  and  2ndSun.of  Oct. 
Lasswade,  Fri.  before  1st  Sunday  in  May  and  Nov. 
Lauder,  Wednesday  before  last  Sunday  of  June  and 

before  3rd  Sunday  in  December. 
Laurencekirk,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  July. 
Leith,  same  as  Edinburgh. 

Leslie,  Fife,  Thur.  before  last  Sun.  of  June  and  Nov. 
Leven,  Thur.  before  2nd  Sun.  of  June. 
Linlithgow,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  July  and 

1st  Sunday  of  February. 
Loanhead,  Friday  before  1st  Sun.  of  May  and  Nov. 
Lochgilphead,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  April 

and  1st  Sunday  of  November. 
Lochmaben,  Friday  before  4th  Sunday  of  April  and 

3rd  Sunday  of  October. 
Lockerby,   Friday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July   and 

nearest  full  moon  in  December. 
Macduff,  Thur.  bef.  1st  Sun.  of  April  &  last  Sun.  of  Oct. 
Markinch,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  in  July  and 

Thur.  before  Sunday  nearest  full  moon  in  Dec. 
Mauchline,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  June. 
Maybole,  AVed.  before  3rd  Sunday  of  April  and  last 

Sunday  of  October. 
Meigle,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 
Melrose,  Thurs.  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Mid-Calder,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  June  and 

Sunday  before  Martinmas. 
Millport,  Thur.  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Moffat,  Thur.  before  2nd  Sunday  of  March  and  Oct. 
Monkland,  Old,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  Jan. 

and  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 
Montrose,  Thur.  before  4th  Sun.  of  March  and  Oct. 
Motherwell,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  June  and  Nov. 
Musselburgh,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  June. 
Nairn,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  May  and  Nov. 
Neilston,  Thursday  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 


Newburgb,   Fife,   Wednesday  before   1st   Sunday  of 

July  and  before  Sunday  nearest  full  moon  at  end 

of  November  or  beginning  of  December. 
Newton-Stewart,  Thur.  bef.  3rd  Sun.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Newtyle,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  June. 
Ninians,  St.,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June. 
Oban,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  January  and 

1st  Sunday  of  July. 
Paisley,  Friday  before  1st  Sunday  of  April  and  Oct. 
Peebles,  Thur.  before  -last  Sunday  of  April  and  Oct. 
Penicuik,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  June,  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Perth,  Thur.  b.  2nd  Sun.  of  April  and  4th  Sun.  of  Oct. 
Pitlochrie,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

1st  Sunday  of  November. 
Port-Glasgow,    Thursday    before    4th    Sunday    of 

March  and  1st  Sunday  of  October. 
Portobello,  Thur.  before  1st  Sun.  of  April  and  Nov. 
Portpatrick,  Wednesday  before  4th  Sunday  of  June 

and  2nd  Sunday  of  November. 
Portree,  Thur.  before  2nd  Sunday  of  Feb.  and  Aug. 
Prestonpans,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  July. 
Queensferry,  Thur.  before  1st  Sun.  of  Feb.  and  July. 
Ratho,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and  1st 

Sunday  of  December. 
Rathven,  Fri.  bef.  4th  Sua.  of  April  &  1st  Sun.  Nov. 
Renfrew,  Thur.  before  last  Sunday  of  Feb.  and  July. 
Rothesay,  Thur.  before  1st  Sun.  in  May  &  2nd  of  Oct. 
Row,  Thur.  before  1st  Sunday  of  May  and  November. 
Rutherglen,  same  as  Glasgow. 

Saline,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  Feb.  and  July. 
Saltcoats,  Wednesday  before  last   Sunday  of  April 

and  1st  Sunday  of  October. 
Sanquhar,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  March  and 

1st  Sunday  of  October. 
Selkirk,   Thursday  before   1st  Sunday  of  May  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  November. 
Stewarton,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  June  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Stirling,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

1st  Sunday  of  December. 
Stonehaven,  Old  Town,  Wednesday  before  2nd  Sun- 
day of  July ;  New  Town,  Wednesday  before  last 

Sunday  of  June  and  3rd  Sunday  of  December. 
Stonehouse,  Wed.  before  4th  Sun.  of  Jan.  and  June. 
Stornoway,  Thurs.  before  2nd  Sun.  of  Feb.  and  Aug. 
Stow,  Wed.  before  2nd  Sunday  of  July  and  Dec. 
Stranraer,  Thur.  before  1st  Sun.  of  March  and  Aug. 
Strathaven,  Fri.  bef.  last  Sun.  of  June  &  2nd.  Sun. Dec. 
Thurso,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  June  and 

Thursday  before  the  full  moon  which  precedes  the 

4th  Monday  of  November ;  but  said  Thursday  not 

to  be  later  than  the  3rd  Monday. 
Tillicoultry,  Thur.  before  1st  Sun.  of  May  and  Nov. 
Tobermory,  Thur.  before  last  Sun.  of  June  and  Dec. 
Tranent,  Thursday  before  1st  Sunday  of  July  and 

Saturday  before  1st  Sunday  of  December. 
Troon,  Wednesday  before   3rd  Sunday  of  June  and 

2nd  Sunday  of  December. 
Turriff,  Thur.  bef.  2nd  Sun.  of  Mar.  &  last  Sun.  of  July 
West  Calder,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  April  and  Oct. 
Whitburn,  Thurs.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  June  and  Dec. 
Whithorn,  Thursday  before  4th  Sunday  of  July. 
Wick,  Thursday  before  last  Sunday  of  April  and  last 

Sunday  of  October,  or  1st  Sunday  of  November. 
Wigtown,  Thursday  before  3rd  Sun.  of  June  and  Dec. 
Wishaw,  Thur.  before  3rd  Sun.  of  July  and  Nov. 
Yetholm,  Wednesday  before  Sunday  nearest  full  moon 

in  January  and  2nd  Sunday  of  July. 


20  GOVEENMENT    ANNUITIES. 

Government  Life  Annuities,  which  £100  (Money)  will  purchase  when  the 


3  per  cents 

,  ex  dividend,  are  at  the  following 

prices : 

1 

£99  3s. 

6d. 

and  under 

£91  12s.  Id 

,  and  under 

£85  2s.  2d. 

and  under 

£79  9s.  5d., 

and  under 

Age 

.  £100  16s.  10d.,  the  rate 

£93  0s.  6c 

.,  the  rate 

£86  6s.  7d 

,  the  rate 

£S0  10s.  9( 

.,  the  rate 

of  in 

terest  being 

of  interest  being 

of  interest  being 

of  interest  being 

Nominee. 

££ 

per  cent. 

£3  5s.  per  cent. 

£3  10s.  per  cent. 

£3  15s.  per  cent. 

Male. 

Female. 

Male. 

Female. 

Male. 

Female. 

Male. 

Female. 

£     *. 

d. 

£     s.     d. 

£    *.     d. 

£    s.     d. 

£    s.     d. 

£    s. 

d. 

£    s.     d. 

£    s.     d. 

15 

4  13 

0 

4     6  11 

4  17     3 

4  11     2 

5     16 

4  15 

6 

5     5  10 

4  19     9 

20 

4  17 

5 

4     9     7 

5     18 

4  13  10 

5     5  10 

4  18 

0 

5  10     4 

5     2     3 

25 

5     0 

2 

4  12     8 

5     4     3 

4  16     9 

5     8     6 

5     0 

11 

5  12     8 

5     5     2 

30 

5     4 

0 

4  16     6 

5     8     1 

5     0     7 

5  12     1 

5     4 

7 

5  16     3 

5     8     9 

35 

5    9 

6 

5     12 

5  13     6 

5     5     1 

5  17     5 

5     9 

2 

6     17 

5  13     3 

40 

5  17 

0 

5     6     8 

6     0  11 

5  10     6 

6     4  10 

5  14 

5 

6     8  10 

5  18     5 

45 

6    7 

5 

5  13  11 

6  11     3 

5  17     9 

6  15     1 

6     1 

8 

6  19     1 

6     5     6 

50 

7    2 

8 

6     4     1 

7     6     6 

6     7  10 

7  10     5 

6  11 

8 

7  14     4 

6  15     6 

55 

8     2 

1 

6  18  10 

8     5  11 

7     2     6 

8     9  10 

7     6 

4 

8  13  10 

7  10     1 

60 

9     5 

6 

7  19     2 

9     9     5 

8     2  11 

9  13     4 

8     6 

9 

9  17     3 

8  10     6 

65 

11     1 

0 

9     8     9 

11     4  11 

9  12     7 

11     8  10 

9  16 

4 

11  12  11 

10     0     4 

70 

13     9 

4 

11  11     6 

13  13     3 

11  15     5 

13  17     4 

11  19 

4 

14     1     4 

12     3     4 

75 

16     8 

0 

14  11     3 

17     2     1 

14  15     5 

17     6     1 

14  19 

6 

17  10     1 

15     3     8 

80&up 

23  16 

6 

18     9     7 

24     0     9 

18  13  10 

24     5     0 

18  18 

1 

24     9     3 

19     2     3 

Government  Annuities  for  Terms  of  Years  which  £100  (Money)  will  purchase, 
when  the  said  stock,  ex  dividend,  is  at  the  following  prices : — 


£99      3 

6 

£91  12    1 

£90    4    6 

£88  17 

9 

£87  11  10 

£86    6    7 

£85    2 

2 

£79     9     5 

No.  of 

£100  16  10 

£93    0    6 

£91  12    1 

£90    4 

6 

£88  17    9 

£87  11  10 

£S6    6 

7 

£80  10     9 

Years. 

Rate, 

Rate, 

Rate, 

Rate, 

Rate, 

Rate, 

Rate, 

"   Rate, 

£3  p.  cent. 

£3  5s.  p.  ct. 

£3  6s.  p.  ct. 

£3  7s.  p. 

ct. 

£3  8s.  p.  ct. 

£3  9s.  p.  ct. 

£3  10s.  p 

ct. 

£3  15s.  p.  ct. 

£    s. 

d. 

£    s.     d. 

£    s.     d. 

£    s. 

d. 

£    a.     d. 

£    s.     d. 

£    s. 

d. 

£    *.      d. 

10 

11  12 

11 

11   15   10 

11  16     5 

11  17 

0 

11  17     6 

11  18     2 

11  18 

9 

12     1      8 

15 

8     6 

6 

8     9     6 

8  10     0 

8  10 

8 

8  11     3 

8  11  10 

8  12 

6 

8  15     6 

20 

6  13 

8 

6  16     9 

6  17     4 

6  18 

0 

6  18     6 

6  19     3 

6  19 

10 

7     3     0 

25 

5  14 

3 

5  17     5 

5  18     1 

5  18 

9 

5  19     4 

6     0     0 

6     0 

8 

6     3  11 

30 

5     1 

6 

5     4  10 

5     5     6 

5     6 

2 

5     6  10 

5     7     6 

5     8 

o 

5  11     7 

35 

4  12 

8 

4  16     1 

4  16     8 

4  17 

5 

4  18     1 

4  18  10 

4  19 

6 

5     3     1 

40 

4     6 

2 

4     9     8 

4  10     5 

4  11 

1 

4  11  10 

4  12     6 

4  13 

3 

4  16  11 

45 

4     1 

3 

4     4  11 

4     5     7 

4     6 

4 

4     7     1 

4     7     9 

4     8 

7 

4  12     4 

50 

3  17 

5 

4     12 

4     1  11 

4     2 

8 

4     3     5 

4     4     2 

4     5 

0 

4     8  10 

60 

3  12 

0 

3  16     0 

3  16     9 

3  17 

6 

3  18     3 

3  19     2 

3  19 

11 

4     4     0 

70 

3     8 

6 

3  12     7 

3  13     5 

3  14 

2 

3  15     1 

3  15  11 

3  16 

9 

4     10 

80 

3     6 

1 

3  10     4 

3  11     1 

3  12 

0 

3  12  11 

3  13     8 

3  14 

8 

3  19     0 

90 

3     4 

4 

3     8     9 

3     9     7 

3  10 

6 

3  11     5 

3  12     3 

3  13 

2 

3  17     9 

1      100 

3     3 

2 

3     7     8 

3     8     7 

3     9 

5 

3  10     4 

3  11     4 

3  12 

3 

3  16  10 

Post  Office  Annuities  and  Assurances,  under  27  and  28  Vict.  c.  43. 
(Annuities  not  to  exceed  £50  a  year,  or  £4  3s.  4d,  a  month;    Assurances  not  above  £100.) 


Price  of  Life  Annuity  of  £1. 

Assurance  Premium  of  £100  on  death. 

Age. 

Immediate  Annuity. 

Deferred  20  years. 

Age. 

Single 
Payment. 

Annual 

Payment. 

Male 

Female. 

Male. 

Female. 

During  Life. 

Not  after  60. 

£    *. 

d. 

£    s.     d. 

£    s. 

d. 

£      3. 

d. 

£     s. 

d. 

£     s.     d. 

£    s.     d. 

20 

19  16 

4 

21     8     8 

6  15 

11 

7  18 

11 

20 

37     0 

2 

1  16     2 

1  19     6 

25 

19     5 

4 

20  16     0 

6     5 

5 

7     7 

7 

25 

39  18 

8 

2     0  10 

2     5     8 

30 

18  13 

3 

20     1     0 

5  12 

9 

6  14 

6 

30 

43     3 

7 

2     6     7 

2  13  10 

31 

18  10 

2 

19  17     9 

5     9 

9 

6  11 

8 

31 

43  17 

6 

2     7  10 

2  15  10 

32 

18     6 

11 

19  14     5 

5     6 

8 

6     8 

9 

32 

44  11 

8 

2     9    3 

2  17  11 

33 

18     3 

7 

19  11     0 

5     3 

6 

6     5 

9 

33 

45     6 

2 

2  10     8 

3     0     2 

34 

18     0 

1 

19     7     6 

5     0 

3 

6     2 

9 

34 

46     1 

0 

2  12     2 

3     2     7 

35 

17  16 

4 

19     4     0 

4  16 

11 

5  19 

7 

35 

46  16 

2 

2  13     8 

3     5     2 

37 

17     8 

3 

18  16  11 

4  10 

0 

5  13 

2 

37 

48     7 

6 

2  17     1 

3  11     1 

40 

16  15 

3 

18     5     9 

3  19 

4 

5     2 

10 

40 

50  16 

9 

3     2     9 

4     1  11 

45 

15  10 

5 

17     4     5 

3     1 

2 

5     3 

10 

45 

55     5 

1 

3  14     5 

5     9     1 

50 

13  19 

7 

15  18     7 

2     2 

11 

3     3 

2 

50 

60     0 

9 

4     9  10 

8     17 

55 

12     7 

2 

14     7     4 

1     7 

1 

2     2 

7 

55 

65     1 

3 

5  10     0 

60 

10  17 

3 

12  12     8 

60 

70    6 

2 

6  17     8 

TABLE    OF    FOREIGN    AND    COLONIAL    MONEYS    AND    EXCHANGES. 


21 


Australia,  &c, 

Austria, 

Belgium, 

Brazil, 

Bremen, 

Buenos  Ayres, 

Canada 

Cape  Colony,...,.. 

China, 

Cuba, 

Demerara,  &c...... 

Denmark, 

Egypt, 

France, 

Frankfort  (Mayn), 

Germany, 

Gibraltar, 

Greece, 

Hamburg, 

Holland. 

India, 

Italy, 

Japan, 

Malta, 

Mexico,  Chili,  &c, 

Moute  Video, 

Morocco, 

Naples, 

New  Brunswick,... 

New  Granada, 

Norway, 

Nova  Scotia, 

Persia, 

Portugal, 

Prussia,  &c, 

Roman  States, 

Russia, 

Sicily, 

Singapore, 

Spain 

Sweden,.... 

Switzerland, 

Turkey, 

United  States, 

Venetia, 

West  Indies,  British, 


Moneys. 


Pounds,  shillings,  and  pence  sterling. 

100  new  kreuzers,  =  1  florin, 

100  cents  =  1  franc, 

1000  reas  =  1  paper  milrea,  about, 

360  schwaren  =  72  grotes  =  1  rixdollar, 

128  quartos  =  8  rials  =  1  paper  dollar, 

100  cents  =  1  dollar, 

Exchanges  reckoned  as  in  United  States. 
Pounds,  shillings,  and  pence  sterling. 

100  candarines  =  10  mace  =  1  tael, 

100  cents,  or  8  reals  =  1  dollar, 

100  cents  =  1  dollar, 

96  skiliings  =  1  rigsbank  dollar, 

40  paras  =  1  piastre, 

100  centimes  =  1  franc, 

80  francs  =  81  old  livres  of  20  sous, 

Florin  of  60  kreuzers, 

North  German,  or  Prussian  dollar, 

South  German  florin, 

By  Treaty  of  1857,  2  Prus.  dol.,  3  Austrian  florins, 
or  3^  S.  German  florins  =  1  Union  2  dollar  piece, 

192  quartos  =  12  reals  =  1  hard  dollar, 

100  centimes  =  1  drachma, 

16  schillings  =  1  mark  banco, 

16  schillings  =  1  current  mark, 

100  cents  or  20  stivers  =  1  florin  or  guil 

192  pice  =  16  annas  =  1  rupee, 

The  lac  is  100,000  rupees  =£9270 

100  centesimi  =  1  lira  nuova, 

100  candarines  or  10  mas  =  1  paper  tael, 

600  grani  =  30  tari  =  2£  scudi  =  1  pezza, 

100  cents  or  8  reals  =  1  hard  dollar, 

800  reis  =  8  reals  =  1  current  dollar  (?) 

40  blankeels  =  10  ounces  =  1  mitkul, 

100  grani  =  10  carlini  =  5  tari  =  1  ducat, 

20  shillings  =£1  Halifax  currency, 

100  cents  =  1  new  dollar, 

96  skiliings  =  1  species  dollar, 

20  shillings  =  £1  currency, 

50  abassis  =  10  karauns  =  1  tomaun, 

1000  reas  =  1  milrea  (1ft)), 

30  silver  groschen  =  1  thaler  or  dollar, 

100  bajocchi  =  10  paoli  =  1  scudo, 

100  copecs  =  1  silver  ruble, 

Bank  or  paper  ruble  (abolished  1843), 

600  grani  =  30  tari  =  1\  scudi  =  1  onza,...,.. 

100  centesimi  =  1  lira  nuova, 

100  cents  =  1  hard  dollar, 

100  centavos  =  1  real  vellon, 

20  reals  de  vellon  =  1  duro, 

100  ore  =  1  riksdaler-n'&sm^, 

100  rappen  or  centimes  =  1  franc, 

40  paras  =  1  piastre, 

100  cents  =  1  dollar  ($), , 

10  dollars  =  1  eagle, 

In  exchanges  the  dollar  is  valued  at  4s.  6d.,  giving 
a  premium  for  bills  on  London. 

100  centesimi  =  1  lira  Austriacha, , 

100  cents  =  1  dollar, 

Pounds,  shillings,  and  pence  sterling. 


Sterling 
nearly. 


1  11J 

0     9,} 

2  3 

3  3J 
0     2£ 

4  l| 


6  6 

4  2 

4  2 

2  1\ 

0  1\ 

0  9} 

1  71 

2  10f 

1  7| 


2 
81 

H 


5 
4 
0 
1 
1 
1 
1  10J 


0     9J 
0  11 


4 
4 
0 
2 
3 
16     fi£ 


16  0 

10  0 

4  8£ 

2  iof 

4  2 

3  1* 
0  lOf 

10  3J 

0  9} 

4  2 

0  2£ 
4  2 

1  1* 

o  H 


o    8| 

4     2 


Exchange  at  Par  with 
London. 


10  fl.  36  kr.  y  £1. 

25  fr.  22  cents  f  £1. 
— d.  y  1$>000. 
609J  rix.  $•  £100. 
— d.  y  paper  dollar. 
Premium  9^  f  cent. 


Prem.  8  per  cent. 

50d.  y  $1. 

9r.  dol.l0sk.y£l. 

96  piastres  sp1  £1. 
25  fr.  22  cents  f  £1. 

120|  florins  p  £10. 


50d.  y  hard  dollar. 
28dr.  15centsf  £1. 
13m..b.l0&s.y£l. 

12  florins  f  £1. 
(Is.   10£d.  f  Com- 
(  pany's  rupee. 
25  lira  22  ct.  y  £1. 
T.  4-7  f  $1. 
49Jd.  $>■  pezza. 
50d.  f  $1. 


39|d.  ty  ducat. 
4sp.  d.  53  sk.  ^£1. 


56£d.  &  i: 
6  dol.  27  gr.  p  £1. 
3  scudo  4-80  f  £1. 
R°.  6,  40c.  &  £1. 

123|d.  y  onza. 
25  lira  22  ct.y£l. 
50d.  iq>  dollar. 

50d.  y  hard  dollar. 
18Jriks.  riks.  ty£  1. 
25  fr.  22  ct.  y  £1. 
210  piastres  y  £1. 
/"Prem.  9^  i^  cent., 
■1  or  4  dollars  86§ 
(_  cents  f  £1. 

29  lira  52  c.  y  £1. 


In  the  above  valuations,  standard  geld  is  estimated  at  £3  17s.  10Jd.,  and  silver  at  5s.  per  ounce. 


22 


A   TAELE 

05 

SIMPLE   INTEREST, 

1 

AT  FOUR, 

FOUR  AND  A  HALF,  AND  FIVE  PER  CENT.,  FROM  ONE  DAY  TO  ONE  TEAR  INCLUSIVE. 

Note. — For  two 

per  cent 

.,  take  the  half  of  four 

per  cent. ;  for  two  and  a  half  per  cent,  take  the  half  of  five  per 

cent. ;  for  three  per  cent,,  take  three-quarters  of  four  per  cent. ;  and  for  three  and 

a  half  per  cent. 

take  off  one- 

eighth 

from 

four  per  cent. 

IDay. 

4 

per 

cent. 

4J 

per  cent. 

5 

pei 

cent. 

5  Days. 

4  per  cent. 

i\  per  cent. 

5  per  cent. 

Principal. 

£ 

s. 

a.  f. 

£ 

s.    d.  f. 

£ 

s. 

d.  /. 

Principal. 

£    *.    d.  /. 

£   s.    d.  f. 

£   s.   d.  f. 

£1 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

£1 

0    0    0    0 

0    0    0    0 

0    0    0    0 

2 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

2 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

3 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

3 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

4 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

4 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

5 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

5 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    3 

6 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

6 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0    3 

7 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

7 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    10 

0    0    10 

8 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    1 

8 

0    0     10 

0    0     10 

0    0    11 

9 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

9 

0    0    10 

0    0    11 

0    0    11 

10 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

10 

0    0    11 

0    0    11 

0    0    12 

20 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    2 

0 

0 

0    2 

20 

0    0    2    2 

0    0    2    3 

0    0    3    1 

30 

0 

0 

0    3 

0 

0    0    3 

0 

0 

0    3 

30 

0    0    3    3 

0    0    4    1 

0    0    4    3 

40 

0 

0 

1    0 

0 

0    10 

0 

0 

1     1 

40 

0    0    5    1 

0    0    5    3 

0    0    6    2 

50 

0 

0 

1   1 

0 

0    11 

0 

0 

1     2 

50 

0    0    6    2 

0    0    7    1 

0    0    8    0 

100 

0 

0 

2    2 

0 

0    2    3 

0 

0 

3     1 

100 

0    110 

0    12    3 

0    14    1 

200 

0 

0 

5    1 

0 

0     5    3 

0 

0 

6    2 

200 

0    2    2    1 

0    2     5    2 

0    2    8    3 

250 

0 

0 

6    2 

0 

0     7     1 

0 

0 

8    0 

250 

0    2    8   3 

0    3    0    3 

0    3    5    0 

1000 

0 

2 

2    1 

0 

2     5    2 

0 

2 

8    3 

1000 

0  10  11    2 

0  12    3    3 

0  13    8    1 

2  Days.  1 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

6  Days.  1 

0    0    0    0 

0    0    0    0 

0    0    0    0 

2 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0     0 

0 

0 

0    0 

2 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

3 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

3 

0    0     0    1 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

4 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    1 

4 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    3 

5 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0     1 

0 

0 

0    1 

5 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0    S 

6 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0     1 

0 

0 

0    1 

6 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    10 

0    0    10 

7 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0     1 

0 

0 

0    1 

7 

0    0     10 

0    0    10 

0    0    11 

8 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0     1 

0 

0 

0    2 

8 

0    0    11 

0    0    11 

0    0    12 

9 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0     2 

0 

0 

0    2 

9 

0    0    11 

0    0    12 

0    0    13 

10 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    2 

0 

0 

0    2 

10 

0    0     12 

0    0     13 

0    0    13, 

20 

0 

0 

1    0 

0 

0    10 

0 

0 

1     1 

20 

0    0    3    0 

0    0    3    2 

0    0    3    3 

30 

0 

0 

1    2 

0 

0    13 

0 

0 

1    3 

30 

0    0    4    2 

0    0    6     1 

0    0    5    3 

40 

0 

0 

2    0 

0 

0    2     1 

0 

0 

2     2 

40 

0    0    6    1 

0    0    7    0 

0    0    7    3 

60 

0 

0 

2    2 

0 

0    2    3 

0 

0 

3     1 

50 

0    0    7    3 

0    0    8    3 

0    0    9    3 

100 

0 

0 

5    1 

0 

0    5    3 

0 

0 

6    2 

100 

0    13    3 

0     15    3 

0    17    2 

200 

0 

0 

10    2 

0 

0  11     3 

0 

1 

1     0 

200 

0    2     7    2 

0    2  11     2 

0    3    3    1 

250 

0 

1 

1     0 

0 

12    3 

0 

1 

4     1 

250 

0    3    3    1 

0    3    8    1 

0    4    11 

1000 

0 

4 

4     2 

0 

4  U     0 

0 

5 

5     3 

1000 

0  13     1     3 

0  14    9     2 

0  16    5    1 

3  Days.  1 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

7  Days.  1 

oooo- 

0    0    0    0 

0    0    0    0 

2 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

2 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

3 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

3 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

4 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

4 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0    3 

5 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

5 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    10 

0    0    10 

6 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0    2 

0 

0 

0    2 

6 

0    0    10 

0    0    10 

0    0    11 

7 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    2 

0 

o 

0    2 

7 

0    0    11 

0    0    11 

0    0    12 

8 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    2 

0 

0 

0    3 

8 

0    0    11 

0    0    12 

0    0    13 

9 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    3 

0 

0 

0    3 

9 

0    0    12 

0    0    13 

0    0    2    0 

10 

0 

0 

0    3 

0 

0    0    3 

0 

0 

0    3 

10 

0    0    13 

0    0    2    0 

0    0    2    1 

20 

0 

0 

1    2 

0 

0    13 

0 

0 

1    3 

20 

0    0    3    2 

0    0    4    0 

0    0    4     2 

30 

0 

0 

2    1 

0 

0    2    2 

0 

0 

2    3 

30 

0    0    6    2 

0    0    6    0 

0    0    6    3 

40 

0 

0 

3    0 

0 

0    3    2 

0 

0 

3    3 

40 

0    0    7    1 

0    0    8    1 

0    0    9    0 

50 

0 

0 

3    3 

0 

0    4     1 

0 

0 

4    3 

50 

0    0    9    0 

0    0  10    1 

0    0  11    2 

100 

0 

0 

7    2 

0 

0    8    3 

0 

0 

9    3    I 

100 

0    16    1 

0    18    2 

0    1  11     0 

200 

0 

1 

3    3 

0 

15    3 

0 

1 

7    2 

200 

0    3    0    3 

0    3    5    1 

0    3  10    0 

250 

0 

1 

7    2 

0 

1  10    0 

0 

2 

0    2 

250 

0    3  10    0 

0    4    3    3 

0    4    9    2 

1000 

0 

6 

6    3 

0 

7    4    3 

0 

8 

2    2 

1000 

0  15    4    0 

0  17    3    0 

0  19    2    0 

4  Days.  1 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

8  Days.  1 

0    0    0    0 

0    0    0    0 

0    0    0    1 

2 

0 

0 

0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    1 

2 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    1 

0    0    0    2 

3 

0 

0 

0     1 

0 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

3 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    2 

0    0    0    3 

4 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0    2 

4 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    10 

5 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    2 

0 

0 

0    2 

6 

0    0    10 

0    0    10 

0    0    11 

6 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    2 

0 

0 

0    3 

6 

0    0    10 

0    0    11 

0    0    12 

7 

0 

0 

0    2 

0 

0    0    3 

0 

0 

0    3 

7 

0    0    11 

0    0    12 

0    0    13 

8 

0 

0 

0    3 

0 

0    0    3 

0 

0 

1    0 

8 

0    0     12 

0    0    13 

0    0    2    0/ 

9 

0 

0 

0    3 

0 

0    10 

0 

0 

1    0 

9 

0    0    13 

0    0    2    0 

0    0    ?    1    ' 

10 

0 

0 

1    0 

0 

0    10 

0 

0 

1    1 

10 

0    0    2    0 

0    0    2    1 

0    0    2    2 

20 

0 

0 

2    0 

0 

0    2    1 

0 

0 

2    2 

20 

0    0    4    0 

0    0    4    2 

0    0    5    1 

30 

0 

0 

3    0 

0 

0    3    2 

0 

0 

3    3 

30 

0    0    6    1 

0    0    7    0 

0    0    7    3 

40 

0 

0 

4    0 

0 

0    4    2 

0 

0 

5    1 

40 

0    0    8    1 

0    0    9    1 

0    0  10    2 

60 

0 

0 

5     1 

0 

0    5    3 

0 

0 

6    2 

50 

0    0  10    2 

0    0  11    3 

0    110 

100 

0 

0 

10    2 

0 

0  11    3 

0 

1 

1    0 

100 

0    19    0 

0    1  11     2 

0    2    2    1 

200 

0 

1 

9    0 

0 

1  11    2 

0 

2 

2    1 

200 

0    3    6    0 

0    3  11     1 

0    4    4     2 

250 

0 

2 

2    1 

0 

2    5    2 

0 

2 

8    3 

250 

0    4    4    2 

0    4  11     0 

0    5    5    3 

1000 

0 

8 

9    0 

0 

9  10    1 

0  10  11     2 

1000 

0  17    6    1 

0  19    8    2 

1    1  11    0 

23 

n 

INTEKEST  TABLE 

-Continued. 

| 

8  Days. 

4 

per  cent. 

«4 

per  cent. 

5 

per  cent 

SO  Days. 

4  per  cent. 

<t{  per  cent. 

5  per  cent.    ] 

Principal. 

£ 

s.    d. 

/• 

£ 

s.   d. 

/• 

£ 

s.   d.  f. 

Principal. 

£   s. 

d.  f. 

£   s.    d.  f. 

£  *  d.  f 

£1 

0 

0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

l 

0 

0    0    1 

£1 

0    0 

0    3 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0    3 

2 

0 

0    0 

1 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0    2 

2 

0    0 

1     2 

0    0    13 

0    0     13 

3 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0 

3 

0 

0    0    3 

3 

0    0 

2    1 

0    0    2    2 

0    0    2    3 

4 

0 

0    0 

3 

0 

0    1 

0 

0 

0    10 

4 

0    0 

3    0 

0    e    3    2 

0    0    3    3 

5 

0 

0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

1 

0 

Oil 

5 

0    0 

3    3 

0    0    4    1 

0    0    4    3 

6 

0 

0    1 

1 

0 

0    1 

2 

0 

0    13 

6 

0    0 

4    2 

0    0    5    1 

0    0    5    3 

7 

0 

0    1 

2 

0 

0    1 

3 

0 

0    2    0 

7 

0    0 

5    2 

0    0    6    0 

0    0    6    3 

8 

0 

0    1 

3 

0 

0    2 

0 

0 

0    2    1 

8 

0    0 

6    1 

0    0    7    0 

0    0    7    3 

9 

0 

0    2 

0 

0 

0    2 

1 

0 

0    2    2 

9 

0    0 

7    0 

0    0    7    3 

0    0    8    3 

10 

0 

0    2 

1 

0 

0    2 

2 

0 

0    2    3 

1.0 

0    0 

7    3 

0    0    8    3 

0    0    9    3 

20 

0 

0    4 

2 

0 

0    5 

1 

0 

0    5    3 

20 

0    1 

3    3 

0    15    3 

0    17    2 

30 

0 

0    7 

0 

0 

0    7 

3 

0 

0    8    3 

i 
i 

30 

0    1  11    2 

0    2    2    2 

0    2    5    2 

40 

0 

0    9 

1 

0 

0  10 

2 

0 

0  11    3 

40 

0    2 

7    2 

0    2  11    2 

0    3    3    1 

50 

0 

0  11 

3 

0 

1    1 

1 

0 

12    3 

i 

50 

0    3 

3    1 

0    3    8    1 

0    4    11 

100 

0 

1  11 

2 

0 

2    2 

2 

0 

2    5    2 

i 

100 

0    6 

6    3 

0    7    4    3 

0    8    2    2! 

200 

0 

3  11 

1 

0 

4    5 

1 

0 

4  11    0 

200 

0  13 

1     3 

0  14    9    2 

0  16    5    1     ' 

250 

0 

4  11 

0 

0 

5    6 

2 

0 

6    13 

250 

0  16 

5    1 

0  18    5    3 

10    6    2J 

1000 

0  19    8 

2 

1 

2    2 

1 

1 

4    7    3 

1000 

3    5 

9    0 

3  13  11    2 

4    2    2    11 

10  Days.  1 

0 

0    0 

1 

0 

0    0 

1 

0 

0    0    1 

im 

nth.  1 

0    0 

0    3 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    10 

2 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0    2 

2 

0    0 

1    2 

0    0    13 

0    0    2    0 

3 

0 

0    0 

3 

0 

0    0 

3 

0 

0    0    3 

3 

0    0 

2    1 

0    0    2    2 

0    0    3    0 

4 

0 

0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0 

Oil 

4 

0    0 

3    0 

0    0    3    2 

0    0    4    0 

5 

0 

0    1 

1 

0 

0    1 

1 

0 

0    12 

5 

0    0 

4    0 

0    0    4    2 

0    0    5    0 

6 

0 

0    1 

2 

0 

0    1 

3 

0 

0    13 

6 

0    0 

4    8 

0    0    5    1 

0    0    6    0 

7 

0 

0    1 

3 

0 

0    2 

0 

0 

0    2    1 

7 

0    0 

5    8 

0    0    6    1 

0    0    7    0 

8 

0 

0    2 

0 

0 

0    2 

1 

0 

0    2    2 

8 

0    0 

6    1 

0    0    7    0 

0    0    8    0 

9 

0 

0    2 

1 

0 

0    2 

2 

0 

0    2    3 

9 

0    0 

7    0 

0    0    8    0 

0    0    9    0 

10 

0 

0    2 

2 

0 

0    2 

3 

0 

0    3    1 

10 

0    0 

8    0 

0    0    9    0 

0    0  10    0 

20 

0 

0    5 

1 

0 

0    5 

3 

0 

0    6    2 

20 

0    1 

4    0 

0    16    0 

0    18    0 

30 

0 

0    7 

3 

0 

0    8 

3 

0 

0    9    3 

30 

0    2 

e   0 

0    2    3    0 

0    2    6    0 

40 

0 

0  10 

2 

0 

0  11 

3 

0 

110 

40 

0    2 

8    0 

0    3    0    0 

0    3    4    0 

50 

0 

1     1 

0 

0 

1    2 

3 

0 

14    1 

50 

0    3 

4    0 

0    3    9     0 

0    4    2    0     1 

100 

0 

2    2 

1 

0 

2    5 

2 

0 

2    8    3 

100 

0    6 

8    0 

0    7    6    0 

0  B    4    0     | 

200 

0 

4    4 

2 

0 

4  11 

0 

0 

5    5    3 

200 

0  13 

4    0 

0  15    0    0 

0  16    8    0     ! 

250 

0 

5    5 

3 

0 

6    1 

3 

0 

6  10    0 

250 

0  16 

8    0 

0  18    9     0 

1    0  10    0 

1000 

1 

1  11 

0 

1 

4    7 

3 

1 

7    4    3 

1000 

3    6 

8    0 

3  15    0    0 

4    3    4    0     1 

20  Days.  1 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0     2 

J  Tear.  1 

0    0 

9    2 

0    0  10    3 

0    10    0 

2 

e 

0    1 

0 

0 

0    1 

0 

0 

Oil 

2 

0    1 

7    0 

0    19    2 

0    2     0    0 

3 

0 

0    1 

2 

0 

0    1 

3 

0 

0    13 

3 

0    2 

4    3 

0    2    8    1 

0    3    0    0 

4 

0 

0    2 

0 

0 

0    2 

1 

0 

0    2    2 

4 

0    3 

0    0 

0    3    7    0 

0    4     0    0 

5 

0 

0    2 

2 

0 

0    2 

3 

0 

0    3    1 

5 

0    4 

0    0 

0    4    6    0 

0    6    0    0 

6 

0 

0    3 

0 

0 

0    3 

2 

0 

0    3    3 

6 

0    4 

9    2 

0    5    4    3 

0    6    0    0 

7 

0 

0    3 

2 

0 

0    4 

0 

0 

0    4    2 

7 

0    5 

7    0 

0    6    3     2 

0    7    0    0 

8 

0 

0    4 

0 

0 

0    4 

2 

0 

0    5    1 

8 

0    6 

4    3 

0    7    2     1 

0    8    0    0 

9 

0 

0    4 

2 

0 

0    5 

0 

0 

0    5    3 

9 

0    7 

2    1 

0    8    10 

0    9    0    0 

10 
20 

0 

0 

0    5 

0  10 

1 
2 

0 
0 

0    5 

0  11 

3 

3 

0 
0 

0    6    2 
110 

10 

0    8 

0    0 
0    0 

0    9    0    0 
0  18    0    0 

0  10    0    0 
10    0    0 

20 

0  16 

30 

0 

1    3 

3 

0 

1    5 

3 

0 

17    2 

30 

1    4 

0    0 

17    0    0 

1  10    0    0 

40 

0 

i    9 

0 

0 

1  11 

2 

0 

2    2    1 

40 

1  12 

0    0 

1  16    0    0 

2    0    00 

50 

0 

2    2 

1 

0 

2    5 

2 

0 

2    8    3 

50 

2    0 

0    0 

2    5    0    0 

2  10    0    0 

100 

0 

4    4 

2 

0 

4  11 

0 

0 

5    5    3. 

100 

4    0 

0    0 

4  10    0    0 

5    0    0    0 

200 

0 

8    9 

0 

0 

9  10 

1 

0  10  11    2 

200 

8    0 

0    0 

9    0    0    0 

10    0    0    0     : 

250 

0  10  11 

2 

0  12    3 

3 

0  13    8    1 

250 

10    0 

0    0 

11    5    0    0 

12  10    0    0     1 

1000 

2 

3  10 

0 

2 

9    3 

3 

2  14    9    2 

1000 

40    0 

0    0 

45    0    0    0 

50    0    0    0    | 

A    T£ 

BLE, 

SHOWING  THE 

NUM1 

3EB   01 

DAI 

rS  IN  ONE  MOJ  i 

H,  TO  THE  SAMS  DAT  IN  AN 

T  OTHER  MONTI 

I. 

FKOl 

t 

.r*v. . 

Feb. 

Mar.  April.  May. 

June.  Ji 

lly.   Aug.    Sept.    C 

ct.    Not.    Dec.    1 

ac5| 

31 

59  |    90  |  120 

151  |  1 

81  |  212  |  243  |  5 

73  |  304  |  334 

1  '  February,, 

3;j4  | 

:si;.i 

28  |    59  |    89 

120  |  1 

50  1  181  |  212  |  5 

42  |  273  I  303     | 

506  I 

y:j7 

365  |    31  |    61 

92  |  1 

22  |  153  |  184  |  5 

14  |  245  |  275 

775  | 

306 

334  |  365  I    30 

61  | 

91  |  122  |  153  |  1 

83  |  214  |  244 

245  | 

276 

304  |  335  |  365 

31  | 

61  |    92  |  123  |  1 

53  |  1S4  |  214 

214  | 

245 

273  |  304  |  334 

365  | 

30  |    61  |    92  |  1 

22  |  153  |  183 

184  | 

215 

243  |  274  |  304 

335  |  3 

65  |    31  |    62  | 

92  |  123  |  153 

153  | 

184 

212  |  243  1  273 

304  |  3 

34  |  365  |    31  1 

61  |    92  |  122 

!  September 

122  | 

153 

181  |  212  |  242 

273  |  3 

D3  |  334  |  365  | 

30  |    61  |    91 

92  | 

123 

151  |  182  |  212 

243  |  2 

73  |  304  |  335  |  C 

65  |    31  |    61 

j  November, 

61  1 

92 

120  |  151  |  181 

212  |  2 

12  |  273  |  304  |  £ 

34  |  365  |    30 

December, 

31  1 

02 

90  1  l?1  '  ttt1 

182  |  2 

12  |  243  |  274  |  £ 

04  |  335  |  365 

QJ.    J 

24 


ALMANAC   AND    TIDE    TABLE    FOE    1879. 


JUNE,    1879. 


Sun. 

Moru 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun 

Mon 


Full  Moon, 4    136  a.m. 

Last  Quarter 11    4  36  p.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON. 

New  Moon 19    8  20  p.m.   ("Perigee—  3rd  day,  5  A.M. 

First  Quarter, 27    5  56  a.m.  \  Apogee—  15th  day,  10  a.m. 


EEMAEKAELE  DAYS. 


Pentecost,  Whitsunday 

Riot  in  London,  1780 

Tannahill  born,  1774 

H.  Grattan  died,  1820 

Adam  Smith  born,  1723 

Mutiny  at  the  Nore,  1797 , 

King  Robert  Bruce  died,  1329 

Trinity  Sunday 

Black  Prince  died,  1376 

American  Civil  War  began,  1861 

Saint  Barnabas 

Corpus  Christi..., 

Lord  Hastings  beheaded,  14S3 

Battle  of  Marengo,  1800 

Thomas  Campbell  died,  1844 , 

Duke  of  Marlborough  died,  1722 

Earl  Canning  died,  1S62 

Battle  of  Waterloo,  1815 

Sir  J.  Banks  died,  1S20 

Accession  of  Queen  Victoria,  1S37... 

Longest  day , 

Trial  of  Queen  Caroline,  1820 

Leibnitz  born,  1646 

Midsummer  day 

(26;  Accession  of  William  IV.,  1830. 

George  IV.  died,  1830 

Dr.  Dodd  executed,  1777 

Queen  Victoria  crowned,  1838 , 

Monmouth  rebellion,  16S5 

Greenwich  Hospital  founded,  1696.. 


highwatebatS    sun's 
glasgow.     i  declin. 


Morn 

H.  M, 

9  58 
11  1 
11  57 

0  25 

1  19 

2  11 

3  1 

3  51 

4  38 

5  25 

6  12 

7  2 

7  54 

8  56 

10  0 

11  0 
11  51 

0  14 

0  58 

1  38 

2  15 

2  51 

3  30 

4  9 

4  49 

5  33 

6  23 

7  15 

8  14 

9  23 


Even.  J  North. 

D.  M. 

22  3 
22  11 
22  19 
22  26 
22  33 
22  39 
22  45 
22  51 

22  56 

23  1 
23  5 
23  9 
23  13 
23  16 
23  19 
23  22 
23  24 
23  25 
23  26 
23  27 
23  27 
23  27 
23  27 
23  26 
23  25 
23  23 
23  21 
23  18 
23  15 
23  12 


10  30 

11  31 

"6  52 

1  45 

2  37 

3  26 

4  14 

5  1 

5  48 

6  37 

7  27 

8  24 

9  28 

10  30 

11  26 

"6  37 
1  19 

1  56 

2  33 

3  10 

3  49 

4  28 

5  9 

5  57 

6  48 

7  44 

8  38 

9  58 


Rises 
a.  ii, 
3  43 
3  42 
3  42 
3  41 
3  40 
3  39 
3  38 
3  37 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  35 
3  35 
3  35 
3  35 
3  34 
3  34 
3  33 
3  33 
3  33 
3  32 
3  32 
3  33 
3  33 
3  33 
3  34 
3  34 
3  34 
3  35 
3  36 


Sets, 

H.  M. 

8  46 
S  49 
8  50 
8  51 
8  52 
8  53 
8  54 
8  55 
8  56 
8  57 
8  57 
8  58 

8  59 

9  0 
9  1 
9  2 
9  2 
9  2 
9  3 
9  3 


EQUA. 
TIME. 


Age. 

Days 

11-3 

12-3 

13-3 

14-3 

15-3 

163 

17'3 

183 

19-3 

203 

213 

22-3 

23-3 

24-3 

25-3 

26-3 

27-3 

28-3 

29'3 

0-7 

1-7 

2'7 

3-7 

4-7 

5-7 

67 

7-7 

87 

9-7 

10-7 


9  17 

10  16 

11  19 

A.M.  24 

1  28 

2  28 

3  12 

4  12 

4  58 

5  40 

e  21 

7  2 

7  44 

8  27 

9  12 
10  0 

10  51 

11  43 
p.m.  35 

1  27 

2  18 

3  6 

3  34 

4  40 

5  27 

6  16 

7  7 

8  3 

9  2 


Subt. 

M.  S. 

2  28 
2  19 
2  10 


2  0 
1  50 
1  40 
1  29 
1  IS 
1  6 
0  55 
0  43 
0  31 
0  18 
0  6 
Add  7 
0  20 
0  33 
0  46 

0  59 

1  12 
1  25 
1  38 

1  51 

2  4 
2  17 
2  29 
2  42 

2  54 

3  6 
3  18 


JULY,    1879. 


Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 


Full  Moon, 3    9  38  p.m. 

LastQuarter, 11    8  54  a.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON.         f  Perigee-lst  day,  1  18  a.m. 

New  Moon, 19    9    6  a.m.  ■<.  Apogee— 13thday,  3  a.m. 

First  Quarter, 26  10  36  a.m.   (Perigee— 28th  day, 4 a.m. 


BEMAEKABLE  DATS. 


Battle  of  the  Boyne,  1690 

Sir  Robert  Peel  died,  1850 

Dog  days  begin 

American  Independence  declared,  1776.... 

Sovereigns  first  issued,  1817 

Old  Midsummer  day 

Thomas  a.  Becket  assassinated,  1170 

Edmund  Burke  died,  1797 

Glasgow  Fair  begins 

Calvin  born,  1509 

Donald  Cargill  apprehended,  16S1 

T.  Blacklock  died,  1791 

Duke  of  Orleans  killed,  1842 

Dr.  Hamilton  died,  1821 

Saint  Swithin's  day 

Cromwell  entered  Scotland,  1650 

Reform  Bill  passed  for  Scotland,  1S32 

Hampden  died,  1643 

Professor  Playfair  died.  1S19 

John  Howard  died,  1819 

Robert  Burns  died,  1796 

Union  of  England  and  Scotland,  1706 

Gibraltar  taken,  1704 

Nelson  wounded  at  Santa  Cruz,  1796 

Battle  of  Harlaw,  1411 

Saint  Anne 

Bat.  of  Talavera,  1806— Rev.  in  Paris,  1S30 

(27)  Atlantic  cable  completed,  1866 

James  VI.  crowned,  1567 

Battle  of  Otterburn,  1388 

William  Penn  died,  1718 


HIGHWATEBAT   SUNS 

GLASGOW.     DECLIN.     Sim. 


Morn, 

II.  M, 

10  33 

11  44 

0  15 

1  13 

2  4 

2  52 

3  36 

4  19 

4  57 

5  36 

6  16 

6  59 

7  37 

8  52 

10  6 

11  15 

"6  38 

1  19 

2  0 

2  36 

3  14 

3  53 

4  31 

5  12 

5  55 

6  33 

7  31 

8  57 

10  24 

11  34 


Even. 

H.  M. 

11  10 

"6  45 

1  39 

2  28 

3  15 

3  58 

4  38 

5  16 

5  56 

6  37 

7  22 

8  17 

9  30 

10  41 

11  36 
0  14 

0  59 

1  30 

2  18 

2  54 

3  33 

4  12 

4  51 

5  32 

6  18 

7  10 

8  18 

9  40 
11  7 


North. 

D.  M. 

23  8 
23  4 
22  59 
22  54 
22  49 
22  43 
22  37 
22  31 
22  24 
22  16 
22  9 
22  0 
21  52 
21  43 
21  34 
21  24 
21  14 
21  4 
20  53 
20  42 
20  31 
20  19 
20  7 
19  55 
19  42 
19  29 
19  11 
19  2 
18  48 
18  35 
18  19 


MOON. 


Rises. 

H.  M. 

3  3S 
3  39 
3  40 
3  41 
3  41 
3  42 
3  43 
3  44 
3  45 
3  47 
3  49 
3  51 
3  52 
3  54 
3  55 
3  56 
3  57 
3  58 

3  59 

4  1 


4  10 
4  11 
4  13 
4  15 
4  17 
4  19 
4  2 


Sets. 

II.  M. 

9  2 
9  2 
9  1 
9  1 

9  0 

8  59 
8  58 
8  57 
8  57 
8  56 
8  55 
8  53 
8  51 
S  50 
8  49 
8  47 
8  46 
S  45 
8  44 
8  43 
8  41 
8  39 
8  37 
8  36 
8  35 
8  33 
8  31 
8  29 
8  27 
8  26 
8  24 


Age. 

Days 

11-7 

12-7 

13-7 

14-7 

15-7 

16-7 

17-7 

18-7 

19-7 

20-7 

21-7 

22-7 

23-7 

247 

25-7 

26'7 

27-7 

28-7 

0-1 

1-1 

2-1 

31 

4-1 

5'1 

61 

7-1 

81 

91 

10-1 

11-1 

121 


South 

P.  M. 

10  5 

11  9 

A.M.  11 

1  8 

2  1 

2  49 

3  34 

4  16 

4  58 

5  40 

6  22 

7  7 

7  54 

8  43 

9  35 

10  28 

11  21 
P.M.  12 

1  2 

1  51 

2  38 

3  25 

4  14 

5  4 

5  57 

6  54 

7  54 

8  56 

9  57 
10  55 


3  30 

3  42 

3  52 

4  4 

4  14 

4  24 

4  34 

4  44 

4  53 

5  2 

5  10 

5  IS 

5  25 

5  33 

5  39 

5  45 

5  51 

5  56 

6  1 

6  5 

6  S 

6  11  I 

6  13  1 

6  15  1 

6  16  1 

6  16 

6  16 

6  16 

6  14 

6  12 

6  10 

ALMANAC   AND    TIDE    TABLE    FOR    1879. 


AUGUST,    1879. 


Is 


Full  Moon 2 

Last  Quarter, 10 


7  12  a.m. 
2     9  A.M. 


PHASES  OP  THE  MOON. 

New  Moon 17    8  11  p.m. 

First  Quarter, 24    3  12  p.m. 

Full  Moon, 31     6  58  p.m 


•  j"  Apog 
'    J  Perig 


-  9th  day,  10  p.m. 
-22nd  day,  6  a.m. 


REMARKABLE   DATS. 


Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 


HIGH  WATER  AT      SDN  S 
GLASGOW.  DECLIN. 


Morn. 

H.  M. 

Lammas  day 0  15 

A.  Melville  born,  1545 1  10 

James  II.  killed,  1460 1  56 

First  hook  printed,  1547 |  2  37 

Oyster  season  begins J  3  14 

Prince  Alfred  born,  1S44 B  3  51 

Queen  Caroline  died,  1821 I  4  24 

George  Canning  died,  1827 I  4  56 

Queen  Victoria  visited  Ireland,  1849 |  5  29 

Ascension  of  Louis  Philippe,  1830 |  6    6 

Dog  days  end |  6  51 

Grouse  Shooting  begins j  7  50 

Old  Lammas  day |  9  15 

Queen  Victoria  visited  Glasgow,  1S49 U  10  3S 

Sir  Walter  Scott  born,  1771 I  11  3S 

Andrew  Marvell  died,  1678 |  0  14 

Duchess  of  Kent  born,  1786 j  0  59 

Rev.  J.  Leslie  died,  1S23 J  1  39 

Royal  George  sunk,  17S2 j  2  15 

Black  Cock  Shooting  begins I  2  51 

Lady  Mary  Montague  died,  1762 I  3  28 


Battle  of  the  Standard,  1138.. 

Wallace  beheaded,  1305 

Saint  Bartholomew 

Revolution  at  Brussels,  1830.. 

Prince  Consort  born,  1819 , 

Exmouth's  Victory,  1S16 

Saint  Augustine 

John  Locke  born,  1632 

William  Paley  boru,  1732 , 

John  Bunyan  died,  168S 


4  7 

4  35 

5  2S 

6  20 

7  22 

8  37 

10  24 

11  31 
0  10 
0  5S 


Even. 

H.  M. 

0  43 

1  34 

2  17 

2  55 

3  33 

4  7 

4  40 

5  12 

5  48 

6  28 

7  19 

8  28 

9  58 
11  16 

"6  37 
1  19 

1  57 

2  33 

3  9 

3  48 

4  26 

5  6 

5  53 

6  49 

8  0 

9  39 
11  6 

"6  35 

1  20 


North. 

D   M. 

•18  4 
17  49 
17  33 
17  18 
17  1 
16  45 
16  29 
16  12 
15  54 
15  37 
15  19 
15  2 
14  43 
14  25 
14  6 
13  48 
13  28 
13  9 
12  50 
12  30 
12  10 
11  50 
11  30 
11  9 
10  49 
10  2S 
10  7 
9  46 
9  25 
8  3 
8  42 


SUN. 


Rises. 

H.  M. 

4  22 
4  25 
4  27 
4  28 
4  30 
4  32 
4  34 
4  36 
4  38 
4  40 
4  42 
4  44 
4  46 
4  47 
4  49 
4  51 
4  53 
4  55 
4  57 

4  59 

5  1 


5  11 
5  13 
5  15 
5  18 
5  20 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

8  22 
8  19 
8  17 
8  16 
8  14 
8  12 
8  10 
8  8 
8  6 
8  4 
8  1 
7  59 
7  56 
7  54 
7  52 
7  49 
7  47 
7  45 
7  43 
7  41 
7  38 
7  36 
7  33 
7  31 
7  28 
7  26 
7  24 
7  22 
7  19 
7  16 
7  13 


Age. 
Days. 


South. 

P.  M. 

11  49 

A.M.  39 

1  26 

2  10 

2  52 

3  34 

4  17 

5  1 

5  47 

6  35 

7  25 

8  17 

9  10 
10  3 

10  54 

11  44 
P.M.  32 

1  21 

2  10 

3  0 

3  53 

4  49 

5  48 

6  49 

7  49 

8  48 

9  41 

10  32 

11  19 


SEPTEMBER,    1879. 


10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon, 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fr. 

Sat. 

Sun 

Mon, 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun, 

Mon 

Tu. 


Last  Quarter, 8    8    4  p.m. 

New  Moon, 16    5  57  a.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON 

First  Quarter 22    9  19  p.m, 

Full  Moon, 30    9  17  a 


.m.    f  Apogee —  6th  day,  4  p.m. 
.m.  \  Perigee — 18th  day,  1  p.m. 


REMARKABLE  DATS. 


HIGH  WATER  AT      SUN  S 
GLASGOW.  DECLIN. I 


Partridge  Shooting  begins , 

|  London  burned,  1666  (O.S.) 

I  Glasgow  Bridge  founded,  1833 

Admiral  Blake  born,  1657 , 

Robert  Ferguson  born,  1750 , 

Rebellion  in  Scotland,  1745 

Porteous  Riots,  1736 

Nativity  of  Virgin  Mary , 

Sebastopol  fell,  1S55 , 

Mungo  Park  born,  1771 

James  Thomson,  poet,  born,  17C0 

Battle  of  Aberdeen,  1644 

General  Wolfe  killed,  1759 

Fisheries  north  of  Tweed  close 

New  York  taken,  1777 

Moscow  burned.  1812 , 

Quebec  taken,  1759 

Dr.  Johnson  born,  1709 , 

Lawrence  Sterne  died,  176S , 

Lord  Brougham  born,  1778 

(20)  Battle  of  the  Alma,  1854 

(21)  Sir  Walter  Scott  died,  1S32 , 

(22)  Day  and  night  equal 

Bartholomew  Massacre,  1572 

Lucknow  relieved,  1857 

Collingwood  born,  1748 , 

James  Brindley  died,  1782 

George  Buchanan  died,  15S2 , 

Michaelmas  day , 

Hare  hunting  begins 


Even. 

H.  M. 

1  56 

2  30 

3  3 

3  35 

4  5 

4  34 

5  6 

5  46 

6  35 

7  44 
9  18 

10  42 

11  35 
0  8 

0  49 

1  28 

2  4 

2  32 

3  22 

4  4 

4  46 

5  37 

6  35 

7  57 
9  35 

10  54 

11  54 
0  17 

0  57 

1  31 


STJN. 


North.  I  Rises. 

D.  M.  |  H.  M. 


8  20 

7  58 
7  36 
7  40 
6  52 
6  30 
6  7 
5  45 
5  22 
4  59 
4  37 
4  14 
3  51 
3  28 
3  5 
2  41 
2  18 
1  55 
1  32 
1  8 
0  45 
0  22 
So.  2 
0  25 

0  49 

1  12 
1  35 

1  59 

2  22 
2  46 


5  23 
5  26 
5  29 
5  30 
5  32 
5  34 
5  35 
5  36 
5  37 
5  39 
5  42 
5  44 
5  46 
5  48 
5  50 
5  52 
5  54 
5  56 

5  58 

6  0 
6  3 
6  9 
6  9 
6  11 
6  12 
6  14 
6  15 
6  17 
6  18 
6  19 


6  59 
6  57 
6  55 
6  53 
6  50 
6  48 
6  45 
6  42 
6  40 
6  37 
6  34 
6  30 
6  28 
6  26 
6  23 
6  21 
6  17 
6  13 
6  10 
6  8 
6  5 
6  3 
6  0 
5  57 
5  55 
5  53 


Age. 

South. 

Days. 

A.  M. 

14-7 

15-7 

0  47 

16-7 

1  29 

17-7 

2  12 

18-7 

2  55 

19-7 

3  40 

20-7 

4  27 

21-7 

5  17 

22'7 

6  7 

23-7 

6  59 

24-7 

7  51 

25-7 

8  42 

26-7 

9  32 

27-7 

10  22 

28-7 

11  11 

0'3 

P.M.  0 

1-3 

0  51 

2-3 

1  45 

3-3 

2  42 

4-3 

3  41 

53 

4  43 

6-3 

5  44 

7-3 

6  42 

8-3 

7  37 

93 

8  29 

10-3 

9  16 

11-3 

10  1 

12-3 

10  44 

13-3 

11  26 

14-3 

ALMANAC    AND    TIDE    TABLE    FOE    1879. 


OCTOBER,    1879. 


A 

M 

> 

O 

° 

1*. 

« 

O   1 

1 

We. 

2 

Th. 

3 

Fri. 

4 

Sat.  * 

5 

Sun. 

6 

Mon. 

7 

Tu. 

S 

We. 

9 

Th. 

1  10 

Fri. 

11 

Sat. 

12 

Sun. } 

13 

Mori. 

14 

Tu. 

15 

We. 

16 

Th. 

17 

Fri. 

18 

Sat. 

19 

Sun. 

20 

Mon. 

21 

Tu. 

22 

We. 

23 

Th. 

24 

Fri. 

25 

Sat. 

26 

Sun. 

27 

Mon. 

28 

Tu.  8 

29 

We.  | 

30 

Th.  J 

31 

Fri.  1 

PHASES  OF  THE  MOON.         (  Apogee_  4thda7i  9  A.M. 

Last  Quarter, 8    143  p.m.    I    First  Quarter, 22    6    6  a.m.  ~;  Perigee— 16th  day,  5  p.m. 

New  Moon, 15    3    9  p.m.    |    Full  Moon, 30    2  10  a.m.    (_  Apogee— 31st  day,  S  p.m. 


REMARKABLE  DAYS. 


jUIGHWATER  AT|      SUNS 
GLASGOW.      |  DECLlU.l 


Pheasant  Shooting  begins 

Battle  of  Largs,  1263 

Robert  Barclay  died,  1690 

Convention  Parliament,  1660  and  166S. 

Old  Parr  died,  1635 

Louis  Philippe  born,  1773 

Dr.  Thomas  Keid  died,  1796 

Columbus  discovered  Cuba,  1492 

Dutch  fleet  defeated,  1797 

Benjamin  West  born,  173S >. 

Old  Michaelmas  day 

R.  Stephenson  died,  1859 

Tweed  Fishing  closes 

William  Pennborn,  1644 

(14)  Battle  of  Hastings,  106G 

Houses  of  Parliament  burned,  1S34 

Fox  Hunting  begins 

Battle  of  Leipsic,  1S13 

Dean  Swift  died,  1745 

Battle  of  Navarino,  1827 

Battle  of  Trafalgar,  1S05 

Old  Martinmas  term 

Irish  Rebellion,  1641 

Sir  J.  Mackintosh  born,  1765 

St.  Crispin's  day 

Battle  of  Balaclava,  1S54 

Caplain  Cook  born,  1728 

Raleigh  beheaded,  161S 

(2S)  Saint  Simon  and  Saint  Jude 

Tower  of  London  burned,  1S41 

All  Hallow-eve 

N  O  V  E  l\ 


|  Morn 

Even. 

j  H.  M. 

H.  M. 

I  1  46 

2  2 

8  2  17 

2  32 

J  2  *l 

3  3 

\    3  19 

3  33 

\    3  4S 

4  4 

J  4  20 

4  37 

J  4  55 

5  14 

\     5  37 

6  4 

J  6  34 

7  9 

7  51 

8  35 

9  22 

10  2 

10  38 

11  5 

11  30 

11  53 

0  14 

0  35 

0  55 

1  16 

1  36  [ 

1  56 

2  17 

2  38 

3  1 

3  22 

3  45 

4  10 

4  34 

4  59 

5  27  I 

5  56 

6  28 

7  5 

7  45 

8  28 

9  13 

9  50 

10  25 

10  56 

11  23 

11  47 

0  7 

0  26 

0  45 

1  3 

1  19 

1  35 

\    1  51 

2  6  1 

South. 

D.     M. 

3  9 
3  32 

3  55 

4  18 

4  41 

5  5 
5  28 

5  51 

6  13 
6  36 

6  59 

7  22 

7  44 

8  7 
8  29 

8  51 

9  13 
9  35 
9  57 

10  19 

10  40 

11  1 
11  23 

11  41 

12  4 
12  25 

12  45 

13  6 
13  26 

13  46 

14  5 


Rises. 

H.   51. 

6  20 

6  22 

6  2i 

6  26 

6  2S 

6  30 

6  33 

6  35 

6  37 

6  39 

6  41 

6  43 

6  46 

6  49 

6  50 

6  52 

6  54 

6  55 

6  57 

7  0 

7  3 

7  5 

7  7 

7  9 

7  11 

7  13 

7  15 

7  17 

7  19 

7  21 

7  23 

Sets. 
H.  M. 
5  51 
5  4S 
5  44 
5  41 
5  38 
5  35 
5  33 
5  31 
5  30 
5  29 
5  26 
5  24 
5  21 
5  IS 
5  15 
5  13 
5  11 
5  10 
5  9 
5  7 
5  4 
5  1 
4  58 
4  56 
4  53 
4  50 
4  47 
4  45 
4  42 
4  40 
4  38 


moon. 

Age. 

South. | 

Days 

A.  M.  I 

153 

0  88 

163 

0  51 

17-3 

1  35 

1S-3 

2  22 

19-3 

3  10 

203 

4  0 

213 

4  51 

22-3 

5  41 

23-3 

6  32 

24-3 

7  211 

25-3 

8  9 

26-3 

S  57 

27-3 

9  46 

2S-3 

10  37 

293 

11  301 

1-0 

p.m.  27 

2-0 

1  27 

30 

2  30  ! 

4-0 

3  34  j 

5-0 

4  35 

60 

5  32  1 

7-0 

6  26  3 

80 

7  14 

9-0 

S  0 

10-0 

S  43 

11-0 

9  24 

12-0 

10  6 

13-0 

10  48 

14-0 

11  32 

15.0 

| 

16.0 

A.M.  IS  S 

EQUA. 
TIME. 

Subt. 

M.  P. 
10  16 
10  35 

10  54 

11  12 
11  30 

11  4S 

12  5 
12  22 
12  39 

12  55 

13  10 
13  25 
13  40 

13  54 

14  7 
14  20 
14  32 
14  44 

14  55 

15  5 
15  15 
15  24 
15  33 
15  41 
15  48 

15  55 

16  0 
16  6 
16  10 
16  13 
16  16 


BER,    1879. 


D.    H.   M. 

Last  Quarter 7    5  55  a.m. 

New  Moon, 14    0  3Sa.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON. 

First  Quarter, 20    6  55  p.m.   f  Perigee— 14th  day,  4  a.m. 

Full  Moon, 28    8  57  p.m.  \  Apogee— 27th  day,  8  p.m. 


REMARKABLE  DAYS. 


1 

Sat. 

2 

Sun. 

3 

Mon. 

4 

Tu. 

5 

We. 

fi 

Th. 

7 

Fri. 

8 

Sat. 

9 

Sun. 

10 

Mo. 

11 

Tu. 

12 

We. 

13 

Th. 

14 

Fri. 

15 

Sat. 

16 

Sun. 

17 

Mo. 

18 

Tu. 

19 

We. 

20 

Th. 

21 

Fri. 

22 

Sat. 

23 

Sun. 

24 

Mon. 

25 

Tu. 

26 

We. 

27 

Th. 

28 

Fri. 

29 

Sat. 

30 

Sun. 

All  Saints  day 

All  Souls 

Sir  J.  Leslie  died,  1S32 

King  William  landed,  16SS 

Battle  of  Inkermann,  1854... 

Princess  Charlotte  died,  1817 

Tweed  rod-fishing  closes 

Lord  Collingwood  died,  1810 

Prince  of  Wales  born.  1841 

Martin  Luther  born,  14S3 

Martinmas  Term  day 

First  Newspaper  in  Glasgow,  1715 

Battle  of  Sheriffmuir,  1715 

Curran  died,  1817 

Great  fire  at  New  York,  1S35 

Henry  III.  died.  1272 

Lotteries  abolished,  1826 

Hutcheson  Bridge,  Glasgow,  fell,  1795 

Charles  I.  born,  1601 

Lord  Hawke's  victory,  1759 

Princess  Royal  born,  1S40 

Old  Martinmas  Term 

Sir  J.  Barrow  died,  1810 

John  Knox  died  in  Edinburgh,  1572 

James  Watt  born,  1713 

Dr.  J.  Black  died,  1799 

Cowper  the  poet  born,  1732 

Oliver  Goldsmith  born,  1713 

Times  newspaper  printed  by  steam,  1S14 
Saint  Andrew's  day ' 


HIGH  WATER  AT 

sun's 

GLASGOW. 

DECLIN. 

SHU. 

MOON. 

Morn. 

Even. 

South. 

Rises. 

Sets. 

Age. 

South. 

H.  M. 

n.  m. 

D.  M. 

H.  M. 

H.  M. 

1  Days 

A.  M. 

2  22 

2  37 

14  25 

7  25 

4  36 

17-0 

1  6 

2  53 

3  9 

14  44 

7  29 

4  32 

lS-0 

1  55 

3  25 

3  42 

15  3 

7  32 

4  30 

19-0 

2  46 

3  58 

4  16 

15  22 

7  34 

4  28 

20-0 

3  54 

4  34 

4  54 

15  40 

7  35 

4  26 

21-0 

4  25 

5  17 

5  42 

15  5S 

7  37 

4  24 

22-0 

5  14 

6  10 

6  40 

16  16 

7  38 

4  22 

23-0 

6  1  f 

7  13 

7  50 

16  34 

7  40 

4  21 

24  0 

6  48 

S  30 

9  10 

16  51 

7  42 

4  19 

25-0 

7  34 

9  44 

10  15 

17  8 

7  44 

4  IS 

26-0 

8  23 

10  45 

11  13 

17  25 

7  47 

4  15 

27-0 

9  13  j 

11  3S 

17  41 

7  49 

4  13 

2S'0 

10  7 

0  2 

0  24 

17  57 

7  52 

4  11 

29-0 

11  6 

0  47 

1  10 

18  13 

7  54 

4  9 

0-5 

P.M.  9 

1  34 

1  59 

18  29 

7  56 

4  7 

1-5 

1  15 

2  23 

2  47 

18  44 

7  57 

4  5 

25 

2  20 

3  12 

3  36 

IS  59 

7  59 

4  4 

35 

3  21 

4  1 

4  26 

19  13 

8  1 

4  2 

4-5 

4  18 

4  51 

5  17 

19  28 

8  3 

3  59 

5-5 

5  10 

5  46 

6  15 

19  41 

8  5 

3  58 

65 

5  57 

6  45 

7  15 

19  55 

8  7 

3  57 

7-5 

6  41 

7  4S 

8  24 

20  8 

S  10 

3  56 

8'5 

7  24 

9  0 

9  34 

20  21 

8  12 

3  55 

9'5 

8  5| 

10  6 

10  37 

20  33 

8  13 

3  54 

10-5 

8  47  I 

11  5 

11  31 

20  45 

8  15 

3  53 

11-5 

9  30  J 

11  53 

20  57 

8  17 

3  52 

12-5 

10  15  S 

0  14 

0  34 

21  8  1 

8  IS 

3  51 

13-5 

11  2! 

0  53 

1  12 

21  19 

20 

3  50 

14-5 

11  52  S 

1  30 

1  46 

21  29  | 

8  22 

3  50 

15-5 

8 

2  3 

2  20 

21  39 

8  24 

3  49 

16-5 

A.M.  42  I 

Subt. 

M.  S. 

16  18 
16  19 
16  20 
16  19 
16  IS 
16  16 
16  13 
16  9 
16  4 
15  5S 
15  52 
15  45 
15  36 
15  27 
15  17 
15  7 
14  55 
14  43 
14  30 
14  16 
14  1 
13  45 
13  29 
13  12 
12  54 
12  35 
12  16 
11  56  I 
11  35 
11  14 


ALMANAC   AND    TIDE   TABLE    FOE    1870. 


27 


DECEMBER,    1879. 


Last  Quarter, 6    7  43  p.m. 

New  Moon 13  11    4  a.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON. 

First  Quarter, 20  11  16  a.m.  J"  Perigee— 12th  day,  5  p.m. 

Full  Moon, 28    4  16  p.m.  \  Apogee— 25th  day,  3  a.m. 


KEMAEKABLE   DATS. 


Man. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mou 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 


Alexander  of  Russia  died,  1S25 

Napoleon  crowned,  1S04 

Battle  of  Hohenlinden,  1S00 

Great  Fire  at  Wappiug,  London,  1716 

Macbeth  slain,  1056 

Sidney  beheaded,  1683 

Marshal  Ney  shot,  1815 

Conception  of  B.  V.  Mary 

Washington  died,  1799 

Grouse  shooting  ends 

Plymouth  burned,  1377 

Cromwell  declared  Protector,  1653 

Dr.  Johnson  died,  1784 

Prince  Albert  died,  1861 

Arch.  Ferdinand  died,  1849 

John  Selden  died,  1584 

Sir  H.  Davy  born,  1778 

New  Style  adopted,  15S1 

Glasgow  Royal  Exchange  founded,  1827... 

Thomas  Gray  born,  1716 

Shortest  Day 

(21)  Saint  Thomas 

Duke  of  Guise  assassinated,  15S8 

Taylor,  historian,  died,  1849 

Christmas  day 

St.  Stephen  the  martyr 

St.  John  .    

Holy  Innocents'  day 

Wycliffe  died,  1384 

Jesuit  Society  founded,  1535 

Hogmanay 


sun's 

EQUA. 

GLASGOW. 

DECL1N. 

SOT. 

M0OU. 

TIME. 

Morn. 

Even. 

South. 

Rises. 

Sets. 

Age. 

South. 

Subt. 

H.  M. 

H.  M. 

D   M. 

H.  M. 

H.  M. 

Days. 

A.  M. 

M.  S. 

2  36 

2  53 

21  49 

S  25 

3  47 

17-5 

1  32 

10  52 

3  10 

3  29 

21  58 

8  26 

3  46 

18-5 

2  22 

10  29 

3  47 

4  4 

22  6 

S  2S 

3  46 

19-5 

3  11 

10  6 

4  23 

4  42 

22  15 

8  30 

3  45 

20-5 

3  58 

9  42 

5  2 

5  24 

22  23 

8  31 

3  45 

21-5 

4  43 

9  17 

5  48 

6  15 

22  30 

S  33 

3  44 

22-5 

5  29 

8  52 

6  42 

7  11 

22  37 

8  35 

3  44 

23-5 

6  14 

8  26 

7  42 

8  15 

22  44 

S  37 

3  42 

24-5 

7  2 

8  0 

8  50 

9  24 

22  50 

8  38 

3  40 

25-5 

7  52 

7  33 

9  56 

10  29 

22  55 

8  39 

3  41 

265 

8  47 

7  6 

11  1 

11  32 

23  1 

8  41 

3  41 

27-5 

9  49 

6  38 

11  59 

23  5 

S  43 

3  40 

2S-5 

10  50 

6  10 

0  27 

0  55 

23  10 

8  44 

3  40 

00 

11  56 

5  42 

1  22 

1  48 

23  13 

8  44 

3  40 

1-0 

P.M.ll 

5  13 

2  13 

2  39 

23  17 

8  45 

3  40 

2-0 

2  2 

4  44 

3  4 

3  28 

23  20 

8  46 

3  40 

30 

2  58 

4  15 

3  53 

4  17 

23  22 

S  46 

3  40 

4-0 

3  49 

3  46 

4  40 

5  2 

23  24 

8  47 

3  40 

5-0 

4  36 

3  16 

5  25 

5  49 

23  26 

S  47 

3  41 

6-0 

5  20 

2  46 

6  12 

6  37 

23  27 

8  4S 

3  41 

7-0 

6  3 

2  16 

7  2 

7  28 

23  27 

8  48 

3  42 

80 

6  45 

1  47 

7  55 

8  26 

23  27 

8  49 

3  42 

9-0 

7  2S 

1  17 

9  0 

9  36 

23  27 

8  49 

3  42 

10  0 

8  12 

0  47 

10  9 

10  41 

23  26 

S  50 

3  43 

11-0 

8  59 

0  17 

11  11 

11  40 

23  25 

8  50 

3  44 

120 

9  47 

AddlO 

0  6 

23  23 

S  51 

3  45 

13'0 

10  37 

0  43 

0  33 

0  50 

23  21 

8  51 

3  45 

14-0 

11  28 

1  12 

1  11 

1  31 

23  18 

8  51 

3  46 

150 

1  42 

1  49 

2  6 

23  15 

8  52 

3  47 

16-0 

A.M. 18 

2  11 

2  23 

2  41 

23  11 

8  52 

3  4S 

170 

1  58 

2  40 

2  58 

3  16 

23  7 

1  8  53 

3  50 

18  0 

1  56 

3  9 

JANUARY,    188  O. 


Last  Quarter, 5    6  49  a.m. 

New  Moon, 11  10  40  p.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON. 

First  Quarter 19    6  40  a.m.  _f  Perigee— 14th  day,  1  a.m. 

Full  Moon, 27  10  12  a.m.  \  Apogee— 21st  day,  8  p.m. 


EEMAP.KAr.LE  DAYS. 


J  HIGH  WATER  AT       SUNS 
GLASGOW.  DECLIN. 


Union  of  England  and  Ireland,  1S01 

General  Wolfe  born,  1727 

Wedgeworth  died,  1795 

Fire  at  Sheerness,  1830 

Dividends  on  stock  due 

Epiphany 

Allan  Ramsay  died,  1758 

Dividends  payable  at  Bank  of  England... 

Fontenelle  died,  1757 

Glasgow  (Queen  St.)  Theatre  burned,  1829 

Sir  Hans  Sloane  died,  1152 

Maximilian  I.  died,  1819 

Old  New-Year's  Day 

Dr.  Halley  died,  1742 

(16)  Sir  John  Moore  died,  1S09 

Battle  of  Corunna,  1809 

Benjamin  Franklin  born.  1706 

Robert  M'Nish  died,  1836 

James  Watt  born,  1736 

American  Independence,  1783 

Plague  in  Edinburgh,  1637 

Lord  Byron  born,  17S8 

William  Pitt  died,  1806 

Frederick  the  Great  born,  1712 

Septuagesima  Sunday 

Brazil  discovered,  1496 

Earthquake  at  Glasgow,  1808 

Peter  the  Great  died,  1725 

George  III.  died,  1S20 

Martyrdom  of  King  Charles  I.,  1649 

I  George  IV.  proclaimed.  1S20 


Morn. 

H.  M. 

3  34 

4  10 

4  46 

5  26 

6  11 

7  2 

8  0 

9  17 

10  35 

11  50 

0  21 

1  IS 

2  8 

2  54 

3  38 

4  18 

4  55 

5  32 

6  12 

6  54 

7  48 
S  59 

10  22 

11  37 
0  7 

0  55 

1  34 

2  8 

2  42 

3  16 
3  52 


Even. 

H.  M. 

3  51 

4  28 

5  6 

5  39 

6  25 

7  29 

8  36 

9  56 
11  14 

0  50 

1  44 

2  30 

3  17 

3  58 

4  37 

5  13 

5  53 

6  32 

7  20 

8  19 

9  43 
11  1 

"6  32 

1  14 

1  52 

2  26 

2  58 

3  33 

4  8 


South. 

D.  M. 

23  2 

22  57 
22  52 
22  46 
22  39 
22  33 
22  25 
22  17 
22  9 
22  1 
21  52 
21  42 
21  32 
21  22 
21  11 
21  0 
20  48 
20  36 
20  24 
20  11 
19  58 
19  45 
19  31 
19  17 
19  2 
18  48 
18  32 
18  17 
18  1 
17  45 
17  2S 


SUIT. 


mo  ON. 


Rises. 

H.  M. 

8  52 
8  52 
8  50 
8  50 
8  49 
8  49 
8  4S 
8  47 
8  47 
8  46 
8  45 
8  44 
8  43 
8  42 
8  41 
8  40 
8  39 
8  38 
8  37 
S  36 
8  34 
8  32 
8  31 
8  29 
8  27 
8  25 
8  23 
8  22 
8  21 
8  19 
S  17 


Sets. 

IT.  M. 

3  51 
3  52 
3  54 
3  55 
3  56 
3  58 

3  59 

4  0 
4  1 


4  3 
4  5 
4  6 
4  8 
4  10 
4  12 
4  15 
4  17 
4  20 
4  22 
4  25 
4  27 
4  2S 
4  30 
4  32 
4  33 
4  35 
4  38 
4  40 
4  41 
4  42 
4  44 


Age. 

Days. 

19-0 

200 

21-0 

220 

23-0 

24-0 

25-0 

26-0 

27'0 

2S0 

29-0 

06 

1-6 

2-6 

3-6 

4-6 

5-6 

6-6 

7-6 

8'6 

96 

10-6 

11-6 

12-6 

13-6 

14-6 

156 

16-6 

176 

186 

19-6 


South. 

A.  M. 

2  42 

3  25 

4  12 

4  58 

5  46 

6  36 

7  31 

8  31 

9  34 

10  39 

11  41 
P.M.  41 

1  35 

2  25 

3  12 

3  56 

4  40 

5  23 

6  7 

6  53 

7  41 

8  30 

9  21 

10  12 

11  2 
11  51 

A.M.  39 

1  25 

2  11 
2  57 


EQUA. 
TIME. 

Add. 

M.  S. 

3  38 

4  6 

4  34 

5  1 
5  29 

5  55 

6  22 

6  48 

7  13 

7  38 

8  2 

8  26 
S  49 

9  11 
9  33 
9  54 

10  14 
10  34 

10  53 

11  11 
11  29 

11  45 

12  1 
12  16 
12  30 
12  44 

12  56 

13  8 
13  19 
13  29 
13  39 


ALMANAC   AND    TIDE    TABLE   FOE   1880. 

FEBRUARY,    1880. 


D.    H.  M. 

Last  Quarter 3    3  38  p.m. 

New  Moon, 10  11  17  A.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON. 

First  Quarter, 18    3  46  a.m.   f  Perigee—  6th  day,  6  p.m. 

Full  Moon, 26    1  22  a.m.  \  Apogee—  18th  day,  5  p.m. 


REMARKABLE  DATS. 


j  HIGH  WATER  AT 
GLASGOW 


Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 


Fisheries  north  of  Tweed  open 

Candlemas  day 

(2)  Partridge  and  Pheasant  Shooting  ends. 

Robert  Blair  died,  1746 

Sir  Robert  Peel  born,  1788 

Charles  II.  died,  1685 

Bishop  Keith  born,  1631 

Shrove  Sunday 

Mariners'  Compass  invented,  1302 

Queen  Victoria  married,  1S40 

Ash  Wednesday 

Lady  Jane  Gray  beheaded,  1551 

William  Parry  died 

Valentine  day 

First  Sunday  in  Lent 

Coaches  first  used,  1519 

J.  M'Phersondied.  1796 

Luther  died,  1546 

Galileo  born,  1564 

Garrick  born,  1716 

James  I.  assassinated,  1437 

Admiral  Ferguson  died,  1816 

Sir  J.  Reynolds  died,  1792 

Handel,  musician,  born,  1684 

Earl  of  Essex  beheaded,  1601 

J.  P.  Kemble  died,  1823 

Hare  hunting  ends 

Dr.  Arbuthnot  died,  1735 


Morn, 

H.  M. 

4  27 

5  2 

5  43 

6  28 

7  28 

8  47 

10  24 

11  47 

0  20 

1  13 

1  58 

2  3S 

3  15 

3  51 

4  26 

4  55 

5  29 

6  7 

6  53 

7  57 

9  29 
10  56 

0  29 

1  9 

1  45 

2  18 

2  51 

3  26 


Even. 

H.  M. 

4  45 

5  22 

6  5 
6  56 

8  4 

9  36 
11  S 

"6  47 

1  37 

2  IS 

2  58 

3  32 

4  S 

4  40 

5  11 

5  47 

6  29 

7  23 

8  38 

10  15 

11  32 
0  4 

0  50 

1  28 

2  2 

2  34 

3  9 
3  44 


sun's 

DECLIN. 


MOON. 


South. 

D.   M. 

17  11 
16  54 
16  37 
16  19 
16  1 
15  43 
15  24 
15  5 
14  46 
14  27 
14  7 
13  48 
13  28 
13  7 
12  47 
12  26 
12  5 
11  44 
11  23 
11  2 
10  40 
10  IS 
9  56 
9  34 
9  12 
8  50 
8  27 
8  5 
7  42 


jRises. 

|H.  M. 

8  15 
S  13 
S  11 
8  9 
8  7 
8  5 
8  3 
8  1 
7  59 
7  57 
7  55 
7  53 
7  51 
7  4S 
7  46 
7  44 
7  41 
7  39 
7  37 
7  35 
7  32 
7  30 
7  27 
7  24 
7  21 
7  18 
7  16 
7  17 
7  14 


Sets, 

H.  M. 

4  47 
4  49 
4  52 
4  54 
4  56 

4  58 

5  0 


5  2 
5  5 
5  7 
5  9 

5  11 
5  13 
5  15 
5  17 
5  19 
5  21 
5  23 
5  26 
5  2S 
5  30 
5  32 
5  34 
5  36 
5  3S 
5  41 
5  43 
5  46 
5  48 


Age. 

Days 

206 

21-6 

22-6 

23-6 

24-6 

25-6 

26-6 

27-6 

28'6 

00 

1-0 

2'0 

30 

4-0 

5'0 

60 

7-0 

80 

9-0 

10-0 

11-0 

12-0 

130 

14-0 

15.0 

16.0 

170 

1S-0 

190 


South. 

A.  M. 

3  44 

4  33 

5  26 

6  22 

7  22 
S  24 
9  26 

10  25 

11  21 
p.m.  12 

1     1 

1  47 

2  32 

3  16 

4  0 

4  46 

5  33 

6  22 

7  12 

8  3 

8  53 

9  42 

10  31 

11  IS 

A.M.    5 

0  521 

1  40 

2  30 


Add. 

M.     S. 

13  47 

13  55 

14  2 
14  8 
14  14 
14  IS 
14  22 
14  25 
14  27 
14  28 
14  29 
14  29 
14  2S 
14  26 
14  24 
14  21 
14  17 
14  12 
14 
14  1 
13  54 
13  46 
13  3S 
13  30 
13  21 
13  11 
13  0 
12  49 
12  3S 


MARCH,    1880. 


i 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

„  10 

I  11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

IS 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 


Mon 
Tu. 
We. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 
Sun 
Mo. 
Tu. 
We. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 
Sun 
Mo. 
Tu. 
We. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 
Sun. 

Mon. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun, 

Mon 

Tu. 

We. 


Last  Quarter, 3  11    6  p.m. 

New  Moon, 11    0  47  a.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON.         f  Perigee-2nd  day,  6  p.m. 

First  Quarter, 19    0  36  a.m.  -;  Apogee— 17thday,  1  p.m. 

Full  Moon, 26    1  23  p.m.    (_  Perigee— 29th  day,  9  a.m. 


remarkable  days. 


HIGH  WATER  AT 
GLASGOW, 


sun's 

DECLIN. 


St.  David 

Emperor  Nicholas  died,  1855 

Prince  Charles  died  at  Rome,  178S 

Jamaica  discovered  by  Columbus,  1494., 

Dr.  Arne  died,  1827 , 

Lord  Collingwood  died,  1810 , 

Bruce's  tomb  discovered,  1818 , 

William  III.  died,  1702 , 

Earl  Fitzwilliam  died,  1S3S 

Prince  of  Wales  married,  1S63 

Court  of  Session  rises , 

St.  Gregory 

Georgium  Sidus  discovered,  1781 

Admiral  Byngshot,  1757 

Ralph  Erskine  born,  1685 

Gustavus  III.  assassinated,  1792 

St.  Patrick's  Day 

Princess  Louisa  born,  1S4S 

(20)  Sir  Isaac  Newton  died,  1727 

Day  and  night  equal 

Palm  Sunday 

Laplace  born,  1749 

Battle  of  Lessa,  1S11 

Queen  Elizabeth  died,  1603 

Lady  day 

Good  Friday 

Robert  Bruce  crowned,  1306 

Easter  Sunday 

Battle  of  Toulon,  1461 

Watches  brought  to  England,  1597 

Russian  war  ended,  1S56 


Morn, 

H.  M. 

4  3 

4  31 

5  20 

6  10 

7  12 

8  41 

10  IS 

11  39 
O  11 

0  57 

1  40 

2  14 

2  48 

3  21 

3  53 

4  24 

4  54 

5  31 

6  15 

7  16 

8  39 

10  13 

11  23 

"6  33 
1  11 

1  47 

2  23 

3  1 

3  41 

4  23 


Even. 

H.  M. 

4  21 

4  59 

5  34 

6  38 

7  52 
9  32 

11  2 

"6  36 
1  21 

1  58 

2  31 

3  4 

3  36 

4  9 

4  39 

5  12 

5  53 

6  42 

7  56 
9  29 

10  50 

11  50 
0  13 

0  53 

1  31 

2  4 

2  41 

3  20 

4  2 
4  46 


South. 

D.  M. 

7  19 
6  56 
6  33 
6  10 
5  47 
5  24 
5  0 
4  37 
4  14 
3  50 
3  26 
3  3 
2  39 
2  16 
2  52 
1  2S 
1  4 
0  41 
0  17 
No.  7 
0  30 

0  54 

1  18 

1  41 

2  5 
2  28 

2  52 

3  15 

3  39 

4  2 
4  25 


Rises 

H.  M, 

7  10 
7  7 
7  4 
7  1 
6  58 
6  55 
6  52 
6  49 
6  48 
6  47 
6  45 
6  43 
6  40 
6  37 
6  34 
6  31 
6  28 
6  26 
6  23 
6  21 
6  18 
6  15 
6  13 
6  10 
6  8 
6  5 
6  2 
5  59 
5  56 
5  54 
5  52 


Sets. 

H.  M, 

5  50 
5  52 
5  55 

5  57 

6  0 


6 
6 

6 

6 

6  9 
6  11  " 
6  13 
6  15 
6  17 
6  19 
6  21 
6  24 
6  26 
6  27 
6  29 
6  31 
6  33 
6  35 
6  37 
6  39 
6  41 
6  43 
6  45 
6  47 
6  49 
6  51 


Age. 

Days 

20-0 

21-0 

22-0 

230 

240 

25-0 

26-0 

27-0 

2S'0 

29-0 

05 

1-5 

2-5 

3-5 

4-5 

5-5 

65 

7-5 

85 

9-5 

10-5 

11-5 

.12-5 

13-5 

14'5 

15-5 

16-5 

17-5 

18-5 

19-5 

2(iT> 


South 

A.  M. 

3  22 

4  18 

5  17 

6  18 

7  18 
S  17 
9  12 

10  4 

10  53 

11  40 
P.M.  24 

1  8 

1  53 

2  39 
2  26 

4  14 

5  4 

5  54 

6  43 

7  33 

8  21 

9  8 
9  55 

10  42 

11  30 

A.M.  20 

1  13 

2  10 

3  9 

4  11 


Add. 

M.  S. 
12  26 
12  13 
12  0 
11  47 
11  33 
11  19 
11 
10  49 
10  34 
10  IS 
10  2 
9  46 
9  30 
9  13 
8  5S 
8  3S 
8  21 
8  3 
7  45 
7  27 
7  9 
6  51 
6  32 
6  14 
5  55 
5  37 
5  IS 
5  0 
4  41 
4  23 
4  5  I 


ALMANAC   AND   TIDE    TABLE    FOR    1880. 


29 


APRIL,    1880. 


1 

Th. 

2 

Fri. 

3 

Sat. 

4 

Sim. 

5 

Mon. 

6 

Tu. 

7 

We. 

8 

Th. 

9 

Fri. 

in 

Sat. 

H 

Sun. 

12 

Mon. 

13 

Tu. 

14 

We. 

15 

Th. 

16 

Fri. 

17 

Sat. 

18 

San. 

19 

Mon. 

20 

Tu. 

21 

We. 

22 

Th. 

23 

Fri. 

24 

Sat. 

25 

Sun. 

2fi 

Mon. 

27 

Tu. 

28 

We. 

29 

Th. 

30 

Fri. 

Last  Quarter, 2    6  13  a.m. 

New  Moon 9    3    7  p.m. 


PHASES  OF  THE  MOON. 

First  Quarter, 17    7  14  p.m.    f  Apogee— 14th  day,  7  a.m. 

Full  Moon, 24  10  50  p.m.  \  Perigee— 26th  day ,10  a.m. 


REMARKABLE   DATS. 


HIGH  WATER  AT 
GLASGOW. 


All  Fools'  Day 

Battle  of  Copenhagen,  1801 

Rev.  John  Howe  died,  1705 

Low  Sunday , 

Insurrection  in  Greece,  1862 

Game  Certificates  expire 

Henry  Bell  born,  1767 

Petrarch  crowned  at  Pome,  1341 

Lord  Bacon  died,  1626 

Sir  J.  Pringle  horn,  1707 

Rowland  Hill  died,lS33 , 

America  discovered,  1492 

Vaccination  introduced,  1796 

Oxford  and  Cambridge  terms  begin. 

Mutiny  at  Spithead,  1797 

Battle  of  Culloden,  1746 

Benjamin  Franklin  died,  1790 '. 

Abernethy  died,  1841 

Byron  died,  1S24 

Great  agitation  at  Leghorn,  1849... 

David  Mallet  died,  1765 

Duke  of  Sussex  died,  1843 

St.  George 

(25)  Oliver  Cromwell  born,  1599 

Duchess  of  Gloucester  born,  1776.... 

Plague  in  London, 1665 

James  Bruce  died,  1794 

Baron  Denon  died,  1825 .... 

Mutiny  of  Bounty,  1789 

War  with  France,  1803 


Morn. 
H.  M. 

5  9 

6  3 

7  10 

8  36 

10  8 

11  17 

"6  33 
1  12 

1  48 

2  20 

2  53 

3  25 

3  59 

4  31 

5  7 

5  50 

6  47 

7  55 

9  20 

10  29 

11  25 

0  31 

1  12 

1  54 

2  38 

3  24 

4  13 

5  4 


Even. 

H.  M. 

5  34 

6  34 

7  51 
9  24 

10  45 

11  46 

0  10 
0.54 

1  31 

2  4 

2  37 

3  9 

3  42 

4  15 

4  48 

5  28 

6  17 

7  19 

8  37 

9  57 

10  59 

11  49 
0  10 

0  52 

1  32 

2  17 

3  1 

3  49 

4  39 

5  31 


STJN. 


North. 

Rises. 

D.  M. 

H.  M. 

4  48 

5  49 

5  11 

5  46 

5  34 

5  43 

5  57 

5  40 

6  20 

5  37 

6  42 

5  34 

7  5 

5  32 

7  27 

5  30 

7  50 

5  28 

8  12 

5  26 

8  34 

5  23 

8  56 

5  21 

9  17 

5  19 

9  39 

5  17 

10  0 

5  14 

10  22 

5  11 

10  43 

5  8 

11  4 

5  6 

11  24 

5  4 

11  45 

5  1 

12  5 

4  59 

12  25' 

4  57 

12  45 

4  55 

13  5 

4  52 

13  25 

4  49 

13  44 

4  46 

T4  3 

4  44 

14  22 

4  42 

14  40 

4  40 

14  59 

4  38 

Sets. 

H.  M. 

6  53 
6  55 
6  57 

6  59 

7  1 
7  3 
7  6 
7  8 
7  10 
7  12 
7  14 
7  16 
7  18 
7  19 
7  21 
7  23 
7  25 
7  27 
7  29 
7  32 
7  34 
7  36 
7  38 
7  40 
7  42 
7  44 
7  46 
7  4S 
7  50 
7  52 


MOON. 


Age. 

Days. 

21-5 

22-5 

23-5 

245 

25-5 

265 

27-5 

28-5 

29-5 

09 

1-9 

29 

39 

4-9 

5-9 

69 

7-9 

89 

9-9 

10  9 

11-9 

129 

13-9 

14-9 

159 

16-9 

17-9 

18  9 

19-9 

20-9 


South. 
A.  M. 

5  13 

6  12 

7  8 

8  0 

8  49 

9  35 

10  20 

11  4 
11  48 

p.m.  33 

1  20 

2  8 

2  57 

3  46 

4  36 

5  25 

6  12 

6  59 

7  45 

8  31 

9  18 
10    6 

10  58 

11  54 

"o  54 
1  57 

3  1 

4  4 

5  3 


EQUA. 
TIME. 


Add. 

M.  S. 
3  47 
3  29 
3  11 
2  53 
2  36 
2  18 
2  1 
1  44 
1  28 
1  12 
0  56 
0  40 
0  24 
0  9 
Subt.5 
0  20 
0  34 

0  47 

1  1 
1  14 
1  26 
1  38 

1  50 

2  1 
2  12 
2  22 
2  31 
2  41 
2  49 
2  57 


MAY,    18  8Q. 

H.  M.  PHASES  OF  THE  MOON 

i   K„  1    First  Quarter 17  10  24  a. 

imp.m.    |    Full  Moorlj 24i    639A 

b  16  a.m.    |    Last  Quarter, 30  10  53  p 


1 

Sat. 

2 

Sun. 

3 

Mon. 

4 

Tu. 

5 

We. 

6 

Th. 

7 

Fri. 

8 

Sat. 

9 

Sun. 

10 

Mon. 

11 

Tu. 

12 

We. 

13 

Th. 

14 

Fr. 

15 

Sat. 

16 

Sun. 

17 

Mon. 

18 

Tu. 

19 

We. 

20 

Th. 

21 

Fri. 

22 

Sat. 

23 

Sun. 

24 

Mon. 

25 

Tu. 

26 

We. 

27 

Th. 

28 

Fri. 

29 

Sat. 

30 

Sun. 

31 

Mon. 

Last  Quarter, 1 

New  Moon, 9 


M.  J 

M.  -C 
M.     ( 


Apogee — 11th  day,  7  p.m. 
Perigee— 24th  day,  6  p.m. 


REMARKABLE  DATS. 


Union  of  England  and  Scotland,  1707 

Rogation  Sunday 

Archbishop  Sharpe  killed,  1679 

Henry  VI.  murdered,  1471 

Napoleon  died  at  St.  Helena,  1821 

Holy  Thursday 

Hamburg  burnt,  1S42 

(7)  James  I.  arrived  in  London,  1603 

Schiller  died,  1805 

Battle  of  Lodi,  1796 

Earl  Chatham  died,  1778 

Lord  Strafford  beheaded,  1641 

Battle  of  Langside,  1568 

Great  Fire,  Billingsgate,  London,  1S09 

New  Whitsunday  term 

Pentecost  Whitsunday 

R.  Tannahill  died,  1810 

Bonaparte  made  emperor,  1804 

(IS)  Secession  of  the  Free  Church,  1S43... 

Columbus  died,  1506 

Montrose  executed,  1650 

Battle  of  St.  Albans,  1455 

Trinity  Sunday , 

Queen  Victoria  born,  1819 

Princess  Helena  born,  1846 

Napoleon  I.  crowned  king  of  Italy,  1S05., 

Corpus  dhristi 

William  Pitt  born,  1759 

(28)  Whitsuntide , 

Sir  J.  Macintosh  died,  1832 

Anne  Boleyn  crowned,  1533.. 


HIGH  WATER  AT 

GLASGOW. 

Morn. 

Even. 

H.  M. 

H.  M. 

6  0 

6  32 

7  5 

7  41 

8  20 

9  0 

9  36 

10  10 

10  41 

11  10 

11  37 

0  1 

0  21 

0  42 

1  3 

1  21 

1  39 

1  55 

2  12 

2  30 

2  47 

3  3 

3  20 

3  38 

3  56 

4  13 

4  31 

4  48 

5  9 

5  33 

5  55 

6  20 

6  47 

7  18 

7  50 

8  25 

9  1 

9  32 

10  4 

10  34 

11  2 

11  30 

11  55 

0  20 

0  45 

1  8 

1  34 

2  0 

2  24 

2  50 

3  16 

3  41 

4  6 

4  32 

4  58 

5  25 

1  5  52 

6  18 

j  6  46 

7  15 

North. 

D.  M. 

15  17 
15  35 

15  52 

16  9 
16  27 

16  43 

17  0 
17  16 
17  32 

17  48 

18  3 
18  18 
18  33 

18  47 

19  2 
19  15 
19  29 
19  42 

19  55 

20  7 
20  19 
20  31 
20  43 

20  54 

21  4 
21  15 
21  25 
21  34 
21  43 

21  52 

22  1 


Rises. 

H.  M. 

4  35 
4  33 
4  31 
4  29 
4  27 
4  24 
4  22 
4  20 
4  18 
4  16 
4  14 
4  12 
4  11 
4  9 
4  7 
4  6 
4  4 
4  2 
3  59 
3  58 
3  56 
3  55 
3  53 
3  52 
3  51 
3  49 
3  48 
3  47 
3  46 
3  45 
3  44 


Sets. 

II.  M. 
7  53 
7  55 
7  57 

7  59 

8  1 
8  3 
8  5 
8  6 
8  8 
8  11 
8  12 
8  14 
8  16 
8  19 
8  21 
8  23 
8  24 
8  26 
8  27 
8  29 
8  31 
8  32 
8  34 
8  36 
8  38 
8  40 
8  41 
8  43 
8  45 
8  46 
8  47 


MOON. 


Age. 
Days. 

21-9 

229 

23-9 

24-9 

25-9 

26-9 

27-9 

2S-9 

02 

1-2 

2-2 

3-2 

42 

5-2 

62 

7-2 

8-2 

9-2 

102 

1P2 

12-2 

13-2 

14-2 

15-2 

16-2 

17-2 

182 

19-2 

20  2 

21-2 

22-2 


South. 

A.  M. 

5  57 

6  47 

7  34 

8  18 

9  2 
9  46 

10  30 

11  16 
p.m.   3 

0  52 

1  41 

2  31 

3  20 

4  7 

4  54 

5  39 

6  23 

7  8 

7  55 

8  44 

9  36 

10  34 

11  36 

A.M.  41 

1  47 

2  50 

3  48 

4  41 

5  31 

6  17 


EQUA. 
TIME. 


Subt. 

u.  s. 
3  5 
3  12 
3  18 
3  24 
3  29 
3  34 
3  38  | 
3  41 
3  44  I 
3  46 
3  48  | 
3  49 
3  50  ( 
3  50 
3  50 
3  49 
3  47 
3  45 
3  42 
3  39 
3  35 
3  31 
3  26 
3  21 
3  15 
3  9 
3 

2  55 
2  48 
2  39 
2  31 


JAMES  YUILLE,  Teacher  of  Mathematics  and  Navigation. 


STAMP    AID    LEGACY   DUTIES,    &c. 


The  following  is  a  list  of  Stamp  Duties  according  to  the  schedule  cf  the  Act  33  and  34  Vict.  c.  97 
(amended  by  34  Vict.  c.  4,  and  34  and  35  Vict.  c.  103),  with  the  Duty  on  Policies  of  Sea  Insurance, 
Letters  Patent,  Patent  Medicine,  and  Plate,  and  Inventory,  Legacy,  and  Succession  Duties,  which  remain 
under  the  former  Acts.  Generally,  the  items  are  given  in  the  words  of  the  schedule.  New  matter  is  put 
within  brackets.  When  the  sections  are  merely  cited  without  the  Act,  they  are  the  sections  of  33  and  34 
Vict.  c.  97.  All  items  in  the  schedule  of  the  Act  relating  solely  to  England  and  Ireland  are  excluded.  In 
the  same  session  were  passed  the  Acts  33  and  34  Vict.  c.  98,  Stamp  Duties  Management,  and  33  and  34 
Vict.  c.  99,  repealing  certain  enactments  relating  to  the  Stamp  Duties. 

The  Act  33  and  34  Vict.  c.  97,  came  into  operation  on  1st  January,  1871,  and  by  §  3  the  exemptions  in 
other  Acts  in  force  are  preserved. 


The  attention  of  the  public  may  be  directed  to  the 
following  matters: — 

1.  The  general  deed  duty,  or  duty  on  a  deed,  not 
otherwise  charged,  is  reduced  to  10s. 

2.  Progressive  duty  on  words  is  not  imposed. 

3.  Provisions  are  made  for  charging  ad  valorem 
duty  on  conveyances  in  respect  of  periodical  pay- 
ments or  annuities. — (§  72.) 

4.  An  agreement  for  a  lease  for  a  term  not  ex- 
ceeding thirty-five  years  is  to  be  charged  with  the 
lease  duty. — (§  96.) 

5.  An  instrument  chargeable  as  a  lease  in  con- 
sideration, in  whole  or  in  part,  of  produce  or  other 
goods — 

Where  it  is  stipulated  that  the  value  shall  amount 
to  or  not  exceed  a  given  sum,  ad  valorem  lease 
duty  on  such  sum. 

A  statement  in  the  lease  in  regard  to  the  value  of 
such  produce  or  goods  to  be  conclusive  as  to 
stamp  duty,  unless  and  until  shown  to  be  incor- 
rect.—(§  97.) 

6.  A  notarial  instrument  is  liable  to  the  same  duty 
as  an  instrument  of  seisin — to  wit,  5s. 

7.  Any  instrument  specifically  charged  by  any 
previous  Act  with  the  duty  of  35s.,  is  chargeable 
with  the  duty  of  10s.— (§  4.) 

8.  Instruments  relating  to  the  property  of  the 
crown,  and  to  the  private  property  of  the  sovereign, 
are  liable  to  same  duties  as  instruments  relating  to 
the  property  of  the  subject,  except  where  express 
provision  is  made  to  the  contrary. — (§  5.) 

9.  Instruments  are  to  be  so  stamped  that  the 
stamp  may  appear  on  the  face  of  the  instrument,  and 
cannot  be  applied  to  any  other  instrument  written 
upon  the  same  piece  of  material. — §  7  (1.)  Every 
instrument  on  the  same  piece  of  material  is  to  be 
separately  stamped. — §  7  (2.) 

10.  Instruments  relating  to  several  distinct  mat- 
ters are  to  be  separately  stamped  in  respect  of  each. 
— §  8  (1.)  An  instrument  liable  to  ad  valorem  duty, 
if  made  for  any  other  valuable  consideration,  is  to  be 
.charged  in  respect  of  it,  as  if  it  were  a  separate  in- 
strument for  such. — §  8  (2.) 

11.  An  appropriate  stamp  (by  word  on  the  face  of 
it)  cannot  be  used  for  an  instrument  of  another  de- 
scription.— §  9  (1.)  An  instrument  of  the  description 
to  which  a  stamp  is  appropriated  is  not  to  be  duly 
stamped  unless  stamped  with  the  stamp  appropriated 
to  it.— §  9  (2.) 


12.  All  the  facts  and  circumstances  affecting  the 
liability  of  an  instrument  to  ad  valorem  duty,  or  the 
amount  of  it,  are  to  be  fully  and  truly  set  forth.  If 
not,  penalty  on  person  who  executes  and  on  person 
concerned  in  the  preparation,  £10. — (§  10.) 

13.  Instrument  chargeable  with  ad  valorem  duty 
in  respect  of  money  in  foreign  or  colonial  currency, 
the  duty  to  be  calculated  on  the  value  in  British 
currency,  according  to  the  current  rate  of  exchange  at 
the  date  of  the  instrument. — (§  11.) 

14.  Instrument  chargeable  with  ad  valorem  duty 
in  respect  of  stock  or  marketable  security,  the  duty 
to  be  calculated  on  the  value,  according  to  the  aver- 
age price  at  the  date  of  the  instrument. — (§  12.) 

15.  If  the  instrument  contains  a. statement  of  the 
current  rate  of  exchange,  or  average  price,  and  is 
stamped  accordingly,  it  is  to  be  deemed  duly  stamped 
until  statement  shown  to  be  untrue,  and  that  the 
instrument  is  in  fact  insufficiently  stamped. — (§  13.) 

16.  The  duties  apply  to  instruments  executed  in 
the  United  Kingdom,  and  to  instruments  wheresoever 
executed,  relating  to  property  situated,  or  to  any 
matter  or  thing  done  or  to  be  done,  in  the  United 
Kingdom.— (§  17.) 

17.  No  instrument,  except  in  criminal  proceedings, 
shall  be  pleaded  or  given  in  evidence,  or  admitted  to 
be  good,  useful,  or  available  in  law  or  equity,  unless 
it  is  duly  stamped  in  accordance  with  the  law  in  force 
when  executed. — (§  17.) 

18.  If  any  person  registers  an  instrument  not  duly 
stamped,  penalty,  £10. — (§  22.) 

19.  Except  where  express  provision  is  made  to  the 
contrary,  all  duties  are  to  be  denoted  by  impressed 
stamps  only. — (§  23.) 

Adhesive  Stamps.     See  separate  heading. 

Admission  as  an  advocate  in  any  court,        -     £50. 
Exemption. — A  person  duly  admitted  as  an  advo- 
cate in  any  court  in  England,  Scotland,  or  Ireland, 
his  admission  as  an  advocate  in  any  other  court 
in  the  same  country  is  exempt. 

Admission  in  Scotland  of  any  person — (1.)  As  a 
writer  to  the  signet,  or  as  a  solicitor,  agent,  or 
attorney  in  the  Court  of  Session,  Justiciary,  or 
Commission  cf  Teinds — if  £60  indenture  duty  paid, 
£25.  If  previously  duly  admitted  in  any  inferior 
court,  £30.  In  any  other  case,  £85. 
(2.)  As  a  procurator  or  solicitor  in  any  inferior 
court — 2s.  6d.  indentcre  duty  paid,  £54  17s.  6d. 
In  any  other  case,  £55. 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


[An  enrolled  law  agent  who  has  paid  the  stamp  duty 
exigible  by  law  on  admission  to  practise  as  an 
agent  in  a  Sheriff  Court,  shall  be  qualified  to  sign 
the  roll  of  agents  practising  in  the  Court  of  Session 
on  paying  the  difference  between  such  duty  and  the 
duty  chargeable  on  admission  to  practise  in  the 
Court  of  Session.     36  and  37  Vict.  c.  63,  §  17.] 

Exemptions. — (1.)  A  person  duly  admitted  in  the 
Court  of  Session,  &c,  his  admission  to  act  in  any 
inferior  court  is  exempt.  (2.)  A  person  duly  ad- 
mitted in  any  inferior  court,  his  admission  in  any 
other  inferior  court  is  exempt  from  duty. 

Admission  as  a  Fellow  of  the  College  of  Physicians 
in  Scotland,  £25. 

Admission  to  the  degree  of  Doctor  of  Medicine  in 
either  of  the  Universities  in  Scotland,  -  £10. 

Admission  as  a  Burgess,  or  into  any  corporation  or 
company  in  any  burgh,  -  -  -  -  5s. 
Exemption. — Admission  of  a  craftsman  or  other 
person  into  any  corporation  within  any  royal  burgh, 
burgh  of  royalty,  or  burgh  of  barony,  incorporated 
by  the  magistrates  and  council  of  such  burgh,  pro- 
vided such  craftsman  or  other  person  has  been 
previously  duly  admitted  a  freeman  or  burgess  of 
the  burgh. 

Admission  to  act  as  a  notary-public,  £20.      See 
Commission. 

Admission  and  Appointment  or  Grant  by  any 
writing  to  or  of  any  office  or  employment : 

Where  the  annual  salary,  fees,  or  emoluments  do  not 

exceed  £100,        -         -         -  -      £2     0     0 

Exc.  £100,  not  exc.  £150,     -  -         4     0     0 

"        150,       "           200,     -  -         6     0     0 

"       200,       "           250,     -  -         8     0     0 

"  250,  "  300,  -  -  10  0  0 
"  300,  for  every  £100,  and  also  for  any  frac- 
tional part  of  £100,  £5. 

[It  is  admission  to  or  of  any  office  or  employment  by 
writing  which  is  charged  with  these  ad  valorem 
duties.  The  engagement  of  a  person  to  perform 
work  or  business,  such  as  examining  under  the 
Universities  (Scotland)  Act,  would  not  seem  to  be 
liable.     See  Agreement.] 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Admission  proceeding  upon  a 
duly  stamped  appointment  or  grant. 

(2.)  First  appointment  of  out-door  officer,  &c,  of 
the  customs. 

(3.)  Periodical  re-admission  cr  re- appointment  to 
any  office  or  employment  of  any  person  who  has 
been  ono  duly  appointed  as  such. 
Affidavit,  or  Statutory  Declaration  made 
under  the  provisions  of  5  and  6  Will.  IV.  c. 
62,    -         -         -         -         -         -         -    2s.  6d. 

Various  Exemptions,  and  amongst  others — Affidavit 
or  declaration  required  by  law,  and  made  before 
any  justice  of  the  peace. 
Agreement.     See  Covenant,  Mortgage,  Leask 
or  Tack. 

[Agreement  for  Lease,  or  with  respect  to  letting 
of  lands,  &c,  for  terms  not  exceeding  35  years, 
liable  to  lease  duty,  §  96  (1).  Subsequent  lease 
to  he  charged  with  duty  of  6d.,  §  96  (2).] 
Agreement  or  Contract  made  or  entered  into 
pursuant  to  the  Highway  Acts  for  or  relating  to 
making,  maintaining,  or  repairing  highways,      6d. 


Agreement,  or  any  Memorandum  of  an  Agree- 
ment, made  in  England  or  Ireland  under  hand 
only,  or  made  in  Scotland  without  any  clause  of 
registration,  not  specifically  charged  with  duty, 
whether  the  same  be  only  evidence  of  a  contract  or 
obligatory  upon  the  parties  from  its  being  a  writ- 
ten instrument,  -  -  -  -  -  6d. 
Exemptions. — Where  the  matter  is  not  of  the  value 
of  £5 ;  agreement — for  the  hire  of  any  labourer, 
artificer,  manufacturer,  or  menial  servant;  relating 
to  the  sale  of  any  goods,  wares,  or  merchandise ; 
between  the  masters  and  mariners  of  any  ship  or 
vessel  for  wages  on  any  voyage  coastwise  from  port 
to  port  in  the  United  Kingdom. 

Allotment.    See  Letter  of  Allotment. 

Annuity,  Conveyance  in  Consideration  of.  See  Con- 
veyance on  Sale;  Mortgage,  &c. ;  Bond, 
Covenant,  &c. 

Appointment,  whether  by  way  of  Donation,  Presen- 
tation, or  Nomination,  and  Admission,  Colla- 
tion, or  Institution  to,  or  Licence  to  Hold, 
any  ecclesiastical  benefice  in  Scotland,  -   £2. 

Exemptions. — Admission,  collation,  institution,  or 
license  proceeding  upon  a  duly  stamped  donation, 
presentation,  or  nomination. 

Appointment  of  a  new  Trustee,  and  Appointment 
in  execution  of  a  power  of  any  property,  or  of  any 
use,  share,  or  interest  in  any  property,  by  any 
instrument  not  being  a  will,       -  10s. 

Appraisement  or  Valuation  of  any  property,  or 
of  any  interest  therein,  or  of  the  annual  value 
thereof,  or  of  any  dilapidations,  or  of  any  repairs 
wanted,  or  of  the  materials  and  labour  used  or  to 
be  used  in  any  building,  or  of  any  artificers' 
work  whatsoever,  where  amount  does  not  ex- 
ceed £5,  -  -  -  -  -  £0  0  3 
Exc.  £5  and  not  exc.  £10,  -  -  -  0  0  6 
"10  "  20,-  -  -010 
"20  "  30,-  -  -  0  1  6 
"  30  "  40,  -  -  -  0  2  0 
"  40  "  50,  -  -  -  0  2  6 
"  50  "  100,-  -  -050 
"  100  "  200,-  -  -  0  10  0 
"  200  "  5U0,  -  -  -  0  15  0 
"  500,            -         -         -         -         -100 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Made  for,  and  for  the  informa- 
tion of,  one  party  only,  and  not  being  in  any 
manner  obligatory  as  between  parties  either  by 
agreement  or  operation  of  law. 
(2.)  Made  in  pursuance  of  the  order  of  any  Court  of 
Admiralty  or  Vice-Admiralty,  or  of  any  Court  of 
Appeal  from  any  sentence,  adjudication,  or  judg- 
ment of  any  Court  of  Admiralty  or  Vice- Admiralty. 
(3.)  Made  for  the  purpose  of  ascertaining  the  logicy 
or  succession  duty  on  property  appraised;  and  also, 
after  21st  August,  1871,  made  of  the  property  of 
a  deceased  person  for  the  information  of  the  execu- 
tor required  to  record  an  inventoiy,  34  and  35  Vict. 
c.  103,  §  26. 

Apprenticeship,  instrument  of,  where  no  premium 
or  coasideration,  -         -         -         -    2s.  6d. 

In  any  other  case,  for  every  £5,  and  also  f.ot  any 

fractional   part  of  £5,  of  the  amount  or  value  of 

the  premium  or  consideration,      -  5s. 

Exemption. — For  poor  child  at  the  sole  charge  of 

parish  or  public  charity. 


32 


STAMP  DUTIES. 


Articles  of  Cieekship  whereby  any  person  first 
becomes  bound  to  serve  as  a  clerk,  in  ord  r  to  his 
admission  as  a  writer  to  the  signet,  or  as  a  solicitor, 
agent,  or  attorney  in  the  Court  of  Session,  Justi- 
ciary, or  Commission  of  Teinds  in  Scotland,  £60  ; 
as  a  procurator  or  solicitor  in  any  inferior  court  in 
Scotland,    .         -         -         -         -         -    2s.  6d. 

Articles  of  Clerkship,  whereby  any  person,  having 
been  before  bound  by  duly  stamped  articles  to  serve 
as  a  clerk  in  order  to  his  admission  in  any  of  the 
courts  aforesaid,   and  not   having   completed    his 
service  so  as    to   be  entitled   to  such  admission, 
becomes  bound  afresh  for  the  same  purpose,     10s. 
Assignment  or  Assignation.      See  Mortgage, 

&c,  and  Conveyance. 
Attorney.    See  Letter  of  Attorney. 
Award  or  Decreet- Arbitral  in  Scotland,  where 
the  amount  or  value  of  the  matter  in  dispute  does 
not  exceed  £5,         -        -        -         -  £0     0     3 

Exceeding  £5,  not  exceeding  £10,         -     0     0     6 

"         10,  "  20,         -010 

"         20,  "  30,         -     0     1     6 

"         30,  "  40,         -020 

"         40,  "  50,         -     0     2     6 

"         50,  "  100,         -050 

"       100,  "  200,         -     0  10     0 

"       200,  "  500,         -     0  15     0 

"       500,  "  750,         -     1     0     0 

"      750,  "         1000,         -     1     5     0 

And  where  it  exceeds  £1000,  and  in  any 

other  case  not  above  provided  for,         -     1  15     0 

Bank  Note — 

For  money  not  exceeding  £1.       -         -     0s.     5d. 
Exceeding  £1,  not  exceeding  £2,         -     0s.  lOd. 
2  »  5,  Is.     3d. 

5  "  10,         -     Is.     9d. 

10  "  20,         -     2s.     Od. 

"20  "  30,         -     3s.     Od. 

"         SO  "  50,         -     5s.     Od. 

"         50  "  100,         -     8s.     6d. 

Bill  of  Exchange — Payable  on  demand,     -    Id. 
£Bill  of  exchange  or  promissory  note  drawn  after 
14th  August,  1871,  payable  at  sight  or  presenta- 
tion, shall  bear  the  same  stamp  as  and  shall  be 
deemed  to  be  a  bill  of  exchange  or  promissory  note 
payable  on  demand,  34  and  35  Vict.  c.  74,  §  2. 
Bill  so  payable,  dated  between  1st  January,  1871, 
and    14th   August,    1871,   both    dates    inclusive, 
stamped  as  bill  on  demand  on  payment  of  addi- 
tional duty,  shall  be  admitted  as  evidence,  §  4.T 
An  Order  for  the  payment  of  any  sum  of  money  by 
a  bill  of  exchange  or  promissory  note,  -         -     Id. 
An  Order  for  the  delivery  of  any  bill  of  exchange  or 
promissory  note   in   satisfaction   of   any  sum    of 
money,  -------    Id. 

An  Order  for  the  payment  of  any  sum  of  money  out 
of  any  particular  fund  which  may  or  may  not  be 
available,  or  upon  any  condition  or  contingency 
which  may  or  may  not  be  performed  or  happen,  Id. 
An  Order  for  the  payment  of  any  sum  of  money 
weekly,  monthly,  or  at  any  other  stated  periods,  Id. 
An  Order  for  the  payment  by  any  person  at  any 
time  after  the  date  thereof  of  any  sum  of  money, 
and  sent  or  delivered  by  the  person  making  the 
same  to  the  person  by  whom  the  payment  is  to  be 
made,  and  not  to  the  person  to  whom  the  payment 
is  to  be  made,  or  to  any  person  on  his  behalf,    Id. 


Bill  of  Exchange  of  any  other  kind  whatsoever 

{except  a  bank  note)  and  Promissory  Note  of 

any  kind  whatsoever  {except  a  bank  note)— drawn, 

or  expressed  to  be  payable,  or  actually  paid,  or 

endorsed,    or   in   any  manner   negotiated    in  the 

United  Kingdom,  where   the  amount  or  value  of 

the  money  for  which  the  bill  or  note  is  drawn  or 

made  does  not  exceed  £5,    -         -         -     0s.  Id. 

Exceeding  £5,  and  not  exceeding  £10,     -     0s.  2d. 

"         10,  «  25,     -     0s.  3d. | 

25,  »  50,     -     0s.  6<L| 

5°,  "  75,     -     0s.  9d. 

75,  "  100,     -     Is.  Od. 

For  every  £100,  and  also  for  any  fractional 

part  of  £100,  of  such  amount  or  value,  -     Is.  0d. 
Exemptions.— (1.)  Bill  or  note  issued  by  the  Bank 

of  England  or  Bank  of  Ireland. 
(2.)  Draft  or  order  by  a  banker  in  United  Kingdom 
upon  another  banker  in  United  Kingdom,  not  pay- 
able to  bearer  or  to  order,  and  used  solely  for  the 
purpose  of  settling  or  clearing  any  account  between 
such  bankers. 
(3.)  Letter  written  by  a  banker  in  United  Kingdom 
to  any  other  banker  in  United  Kingdom,  directing 
the  payment  of  any  sum  of  money,  the  same  not 
being  payable  to  bearer  or  to  order,  and  such  letter 
not  being  sent  or  delivered  to  the  person  to  whom 
payment  is  to  be  made,  or  to  any  person  on  his 
behalf. 
(4.)  Letter  of  credit  granted  in  United  Kingdom 
authorising   drafts   to   be   drawn    out    of  United 
Kingdom  payable  in  United  Kingdom. 
(5.)  Draft   or    order    drawn   by    the    Accountant- 
General  of  the  Court  of  Chancery  in  England  or 
Ireland. 
(6.)  Warrant   or    order  for   the   payment   of  any 
annuity   granted   by   the    Commissioners  for   the 
Reduction  of  the  National  Debt,  or  for  the  pay- 
ment  of  any  dividend  or  interest  on  any  share' in 
the  Government  or  Parliamentary  stocks  or  funds. 
(7.)  Bill  drawn  by  the  Lords  Commissioners  of  the 
Admiralty,  or  by  any  person  under  their  authority 
(see  35  and  36  Vict.  c.  20,  sec.  7),  upon  and  pay- 
able by  the  Accountant-General  of  the  Navy. 
(8.)  Bill  drawn  (according  to  a  form  prescribed  by 
Her  Majesty's  orders  by  any  person  duly  authorized 
to  draw  the  same)  upon  and  payable  out  of  any 
public  account  for  any  pay  or  allowance  of  the  army 
or  other  expenditure  connected  therewith. 
(9.)  Coupon  or  warrant  for  interest  attached  to  and 
issued  with  any  security. 

Bill  of  Lading  of  or  for  any  goods,  merchandise,  or 

effects  to  be  exported  or  carried  coastwise,  -  6d. 
Bill  of  Sale. — Absolute — See  Conveyance  on 

Sale.  By  way  of  Security. — See  Mortgage,  &c. 
Bond   for   securing  the  payment  or    repayment  of 

money,  or  the  transfer  or  retevafer  of  Stock.     See 

Mortgage,  &c. 

Bond  in  relation  to  any  annuity  upon  the  original 
creation  and  sale  thereof.  See  Conveyance  on 
Sale. 

Bond,  Covenant,  or  Instrument  of  any  kind 
whatsoever. 
(1.)  Being  the  only  or  principal  or  primary  security 
for  any  annuity  (except  upon  the  original  creation 
thereof  by  way  of  sale  or  security),  or  of  any  sum 
or  sums  of  money  at   stated  periods    not  being 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


33 


interest  for  any  principal  sum  secured  by  a  duly 
stamped  instrument,  nor  rent  reserved  by  a  lease  or 
tack: 

For  a  definite  and  certain  period,  so  that  the  total 
amount  to  be  ultimately  payable  can  be  ascertained 
— the  same  ad  valorem  duty  as  a  bond  or  covenant 
for  such  total  amount.     See  Mortgage,  &c.  (1.) 

For  the  term  of  life,  or  any  other  indefinite  period — 

For  every  £5,  and  also  for  any  fractional  part  of  £5, 
of  the  annuity  or  sum  periodically  payable,  2s.  6d. 

(2.)  Being  a  collateral  or  auxiliary  or  additional  or 
substituted  security  for  any  of  the  above-mentioned 
purposes,  where  the  principal  or  primary  instrument 
is  duly  stamped : 

Where  the  total  amount  to  be  ultimately  payable 
can  be  ascertained,  the  same  ad  valorem  duty  as  a 
bond  or  covenant  of  the-  same  kind  for  such  total 
amount.     See  Mortgage,  &c.  (2.) 

In  any  other  case — 

For  every  £5,  and  also  for  any  fractional  part  of  £5, 
of  the  annuity  or  sum  periodically  payable,  -     6d. 

Bond  given  pursuant  to  the  directions  of  any  Act  of 
Parliament,  or  by  the  directions  of  the  Commis- 
sioners of  Customs  or  Inland  Revenue,  or  any  of 
their  officers,  for  or  in  respect  of  any  of  the  duties 
of  customs  or  excise,  or  for  preventing  frauds  or 
evasions  thereof,  or  for  any  other  matter'  or  thing 
relating  thereto — 

Where  the  penalty  of  the  bond  does  not  exceed  £150, 
the  same  ad  valorem  duty  as  a  bond  for  the  amount 
of  the  penalty.     See  Mortgage. 
And  in  any  other  case,       -         -         -         -     5s. 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Bond  with  relation  to  obtaining 
drawback  of  duties  in  respect  of  goods  exported. 

Bond  on  obtaining  confirmation  of  testament,  -  5s. 
Exemptions. — (1.)  Bond  given  by  the  widow,  child, 
father,  mother,  brother,  or  sister,  of  any  common 
seaman,  mariner,  or  soldier,  slain  or  dying  in  the 
service  of  Her  Majesty,  her  heirs  or  successors. 
(2.)  Bond  given  by  any  person  where  the  estate  to 
be  administered  does  not  exceed  £100  in  value. 

Bond  of  any  kind  whatsoever  not  specifically  charged: 

where  the  amount  limited  to  be  recoverable  does  not 

exceed  £300,  tl&e  same  ad  valorem  duty  as  a  bond 

for  the  amount  limited.     See  Mortgage,  &c. 

In  any  other  case,    -        -         -         -         -     10s. 

Bond,  accompanied  with  a  deposit  of  title-deeds,  for 
making  a  mortgage,  wadset,  or  other  security  od 
any  estate  or  property  therein  comprised.  See 
Mortgage,  &c. 

Bond,  Declaration,  or  other  Deed  or  Writing 
for  making  redeemable  any  disposition,  assignation, 
or  tack,  apparently  absolute,  but  intended  only  as 
a  security.     See  Mortgage,  &c. 

[Building  Societies,  exemption  in  favour  of,  re- 
stricted to  mortgages  by  members  not  exceeding 
£500.    See  under  Mortgage,  §  112.] 

Certificate  to  be  taken  out  yearly  by  every  person 
admitted  or  enrolled  in  Scotland  as  a  writer  to  the 
signet,  solicitor,  agent,  attorney,  procurator,  or 
notary  public : 

If  such  person  practises  or  carries  on  business  within 
the  city  or  shire  of  Edinburgh,  and  if  admitted,  &c., 
for  three  years  or  upwards,         -  £9. 

If  not  so  long  admitted,  &c,  £4  IQs. 


If  business  carried  on  beyond  the  above-mentioned 
limits,  and  if  admitted,  &c,  for  three  years  or  up- 
wards, -  -  -  -  _  _  £6. 
If  not  so  long  admitted,  &c,       -  £3. 

Certificate  of  any  goods,  wares,  or  merchandise 
having  been  duly  entered  inwards,  which  shall  be 
entered  outwards  for  exportation  jit  the  port  of 
importation,  or  be  removed  thence  to  any  other 
port  for  the  more  convenient  exportation  thereof, 
where  such  certificate  is  issued  for  enabling  any 
person  to  obtain  a  debenture  or  certificate  entitling 
him  to  receive  any  drawback  of  any  duty  or  duties 
of  customs,  or  any  part  thereof,  -         -         -    4s. 

Certificate  of  the  registration  of  a  design,    -   £5. 

Charter  of  resignation,  or  of  confirmation,  or  of 
novadamus,  or  upon  apprising,  or  upon  a  decreet  of 
adjudication  or  sale,  -         -         -         -     5s. 

Charter-Party,  or  any  agreement  or  contract  for 
the  charter  of  any  ship  or  vessel,  or  any  memoran- 
dum, letter,  or  other  writing,  between  the  captain, 
master,  or  owner  of  any  ship  or  vessel,  and  any 
other  person,  for  or  relating  to  the  freight  or  con- 
veyance of  any  money,  goods,  or  effects  on  board  of 
such  ship  or  vessel,  -         -  -         -     6d. 

Clare  Constat.    See  Precept. 

Collation.  See  Appointment,  &c,  to  ecclesiasti- 
cal benefices. 

Combiission  granted  by  Her  Majesty,  her  heirs  or 
successors,  or  by  any  person  or  persons  duly  author- 
ized by  her  or  them,  to  any  officer  in  the  army  or 
in  the  corps  of  Eoyal  Marines,       -         -    £1  10s. 

Commission  granted  by  the  Lords  Commissioners  of 
the  Admiralty  to  any  officer  in  the  navy,       -    5s. 

Commission  or  Deputation  granted  by  the  Com- 
missioners of  Inland  Revenue,       -         -    £1  10s. 

Commission  or  Deputation  granted  by  Commis- 
sioners of  Customs,  except  first  appointment  of 
out-door  officers,  &c,  35  and  36  Vict.  c.  20, 
§  3,  -         -         -         -         -         -    £1  10s. 

Commission  of  Lunacy,      -        -        -        -  5s. 

Commission  to  act  as  a  notary-public  in  Scotland, 
£20.    See  Admission. 

Commission  in  the  nature  of  a  power  of  attorney  in 
Scotland.  See  Letter  or  Power  of  Attorney. 

Constat  of  Letters  Patent.  See  Exemplification. 

Contract.    See  Agreement. 

Contract  Note. — Any  note,  memorandum,  or  writ- 
ing, commonly  called  a  "  contract  note,"  or  by 
whatever  name  the  same  may  be  designated,  for  or 
relating  to  the  sale  or  purchase  of  any  stock  or 
marketable  security  of  the  value  of  £5  or  up- 
wards,   -         -         -         -         -         -        »     1d. 

Conveyance  of  Transfer,  whether  on   sale  or 

otherwise — 

(1.)  Of  any  stock  of  the  Governor  and  Company  of 

the  Bank  of  England,   -         -        -         -    7s.  9d. 

(2.)  Of  any  stock  of  the  East  India  Compy.,  £1 10s. 

(3.)  Of  any  debenture  stock  or  funded  debt  of  any 

company  or  corporation,  for  every  £100,  and  also 

for  any  fractional  part  of  £100,  of  the  nominal 

amount  transferred,      -         -        -         -    2s.  6d. 

Conveyance  or  Transfer  on  sale  of  any  property 
(except  such  stock  or  debenture  stock  or  funded 
debt  as  aforesaid), 

B 


34 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


Where  the  amount  or  value  of  the  consideration  for 

the  sale  does  not  exceed  £5,      -         -  £0     0  6 

Exceeding  £5  and  not  exceeding  £10  0     1  0 

"          10         "                         15  0     1  6 

"          15         "                         20  0     2  0 

"          20         "                         25  0     2  6 

"          25         "                         50  0     5  0 

"          50         "                         75  0     7  6 

"           75         "                       100  0  10  0 

"         100         "                       125  0  12  6 

"         125    '     "                       150  0  15  0 

"         150         "                       175  0  17  6 

"         175         "                       200  10  0 

"         200         "                       225  12  6 

"         225         "                       250  15  0 

"         250         "                       275  17  6 

"  275  "  300  1  10  0 
"         300,  for  every  £50,  and  also 

for  any  fractional  part  of  £50,  of 

such  amount  or  value,    -         -         -  0     5  0 

Conveyance  or  Transfer  by  way  of  security  of 
any  property  (except  such  stock  or  debenture  stock 
or  funded  debt  as  aforesaid),  or  of  any  security. 
See  Mortgage,  &c. 
Conveyance  or  Transfer  of  any  kind  not  here- 
inbefore described,  10s. 

[Conveyance  by  trustees  of  residue  of  trust  estate 
in  favour  of  beneficiaries — if  containing  transfer  of 
mortgages  and  bonds  and  other  property,  it  will 
be  liable  in  respect  of  the  transfer  of  mortgages 
and  bonds  to  duty  of  6d.  per  cent.,  and  in  respect 
of  the  other  property  10s.  If  separate  transfers 
of  stock,  these  will  be  liable  to  10s.  each.] 
Copy  or  Extract  (attested  or  in  any  manner 
authenticated)  of  or  from — 

(1.)  An  instrument  chargeable  with  any  duty. 

(2.)  An  original  will,  testament,  or  codicil. 

(3.)  The  probate  or  probate  copy  of  a  will  or  codicil. 

(4.)  Any  letters  of  administration  or  any  confirma- 
tion of  a  testament. 

(5.)  Any  public  register  (except  any  register  of 
births,  baptisms,  marriages,  deaths,  or  burials). 

(6.)  The  books,  rolls,  or  records  of  any  court. 
In  the  case  of  an  instrument  chargeable  with  any 
duty  not  amounting  to  Is.,  the  same  duty  as  such 
instrument. 
In  any  other  case,        -         -         -         -         -     Is. 

Exemptions — (1.)  Copy  or  extract  of  or  from  any 
law  proceedings. 

(2.)  Copy  or  extract  in  Scotland  of  or  from  the 
commission  of  any  person  as  a  delegate  or  repre- 
sentative to  the  convention  of  royal  burghs  or  the 
general  assembly  or  any  presbytery  or  church 
court. 
Copy  or  Extract  (certified)  of  or  from  any  re- 
gister of  births,  baptisms,  marriages,  deaths,  or 
burials,  --____     1<J. 

Exemptions — (1.)  Copy  or  extract  furnished  by  any 
clergyman,  registrar,  or  other  official  person  pur- 
suant to  and  for  the  purposes  of  any  Act  of  Parlia- 
ment, or  furnished  to  any  general  or  superintending 
registrar  under  any  general  regulation. 

(2.)  Copy  or  extract  for  which  the  person  giving 
the  same  is  not  entitled  to  any  fee  or  reward. 
Cost  Book  Mines.     See  Transfer. 
Counterpart.     See  Duplicate. 
Covenant  for  securing  the  payment  or  repayment 


of  money  or  the  transfer  or  retransfer  of  stock. 
See  Mortgage,  &c. 

Covenant  in  relation  to  any  annuity  upon  the  ori- 
ginal creation  and  sale  thereof.  See  Conveyance 
on  Sale,  and  §  75. 

Covenant  in  relation  to  any  annuity  (except  upon 
the  original  creation  and  sale  thereof),  or  to  other 
periodical  payments.     See  Bond,  Covenant,  &c. 

Covenant. — Any  separate  deed  of  covenant  (not 
being  an  instrument  chargeable  with  ad  valorem 
duty  as  a  conveyance  on  sale  or  mortgage)  made 
on  the  sale  or  mortgage  of  any  property,  and  re- 
lating solely  to  the  conveyance  or  enjoyment  of,  or 
the  title  to,  the  property  sold  or  mortgaged,  or  to 
the  production  of  the  muniments  of  title  relating 
thereto,  or  to  all  or  any  of  the  matters  aforesaid. 
Where  the  ad  valorem  duty  in  respect  of  the  con- 
sideration or  mortgage  money  does  not  exceed  10s., 
a  duty  equal  to  the  amount  of  such  ad  valorem 
duty. 

In  any  other  case,    -         -         -         -         -     10s. 

[Crown. — Instruments  relating  to  property  of,  liable 
to  same  duty  as  instruments  relating  to  property 
of  subject,  §  5.] 

Debenture  for  securing  the  payment  or  repayment 
of  money  or  the  transfer  or  retransfer  of  stock 
See  Mortgage,  &c. 

Debenture  or  Certificate  to  receive  any  draw- 
back of  duties  of  customs  or  excise,  or  any  bounty 
payable  out  of  the  revenue  of  customs  or  excise  fo? 
goods  exported — 
Where  the  drawback  or  bounty  to  be  received  does 
not  exceed  £10,       -        -         -         -         -     Is. 
Exceeding  £10,  and  not  exceeding  £50,         2s.  6d. 
Exceeds  £50,  ------     5s. 

Declaration  of  any  use  or  trust  of  or  concerning 
any  property  by  any  writing,  not  being  a  deed  or 
will,  or  an  instrument  chargeable  with  ad  valorerf 
duty  as  a  settlement,         -  10s. 

Declaration  (Statutory).     See  Affidavit. 

Decreet  Arbitral.     See  Award. 

Deed  whereby  any  real  burden  is  declared  or  created 
on  lands  or  heritable  subjects  in  Scotland,  or  con- 
taining an  obligation  to  infeft  any  person  in  heri- 
table subjects  in  Scotland,  under  a  clause  of  reversion, 
as  a  security  for  money.     See  Mortgage. 

Deed  containing  an  obligation  to  infeft  or  seize  in  an 
annuity  to  be  uplifted  out  of  heritable  subjects  in 
Scotland.     See  Bond,  Covenant,  &c. 

Deed  of  any  kind  whatsoever,  not  described  in  the 
schedule,         ______  10s 

[Deed  or  Conveyance  divesting  trustees.  See  under 
Conveyance. 

[Deed. — Memorandum  of  association  and  articles  of 
association  are  liable  to  stamp  dutv  as  deeds,  10s. 
each.     25  and  26  Vict.  c.  89,  §§  il  and  16.] 

[Deed  of  Relinquishment  of  Superiority — 
If  in  consideration  of  a  sum  of  money.     See  Con- 
veyance. 
If  gratuitous,  _____  10s.] 

Defeazance. — Deed  or  other  instrument  of  defeaz- 
ance  of  any  conveyance,  disposition,  assignation, 
or  tack,  apparently  absolute,  but  intended  only  as 
a  security  for  money  or  stock.  See  Mortgage 
and  §  105.     (This  section  defines  "Mortgage.") 


Delivery  Order,    -----     Id. 

Warrant  for  goods,     -----     3d. 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Document  or  writing  given  by 

any  inland  carrier  acknowledging  the  receipt  of  goods 

conveyed  by  such  carrier. 

(2.)   A  weight  note  issued    together  with  a  duly 

stamped  warrant,  and  relating  solely  to  the  same 

goods,  &c. 

Deposit  of  Title-Deeds.  See  Mortgage,  and  § 
105.     (This  section  defines  "Mortgage.") 

Deputation  by  the  Commissioners  of  Inland  Re- 
venue.    See  Commission. 

Deputation  or  Appointment  of  a  gamekeeper,  10  s- 

[Disentail.     Instrument  of,  -         -  10s.] 

Dispensation.    See  Faculty. 

Disposition  of  heritable  property  in  Scotland  to 
singular  successors  or  purchasers.  See  Convey- 
ance on  Sale. 

Disposition  of  heritable  property  in  Scotland  to  a 
purchaser  containing  a  clause  declaring  all  or  any 
part  of  the  purchase-money  a  real  burden  upon,  or 
affecting  the  heritable  property  thereby  disponed, 
or  any  part  thereof.  See  Conveyance  on  Sale, 
Mortgage,  &c. 

Disposition  in  Scotland  containing  constitution  of 
feu  or  ground  annual  right.  See  Conveyance 
on  Sale,  and  §  72.  (This  section  provides  how 
the  consideration,  when  consisting  of  periodical 
payments,  is  to  be  charged.) 

Disposition  in  Security  in  Scotland.  See  Mort- 
gage, &c. 

Disposition  of  any  wadset,  heritable  bond,  &c.  See 
Mortgage,  &c. 

Disposition  in  Scotland  of  any  property  or  of  any 
right  or  interest  therein  not  described  in  this 
schedule,         -         -         -         -         -         -  10s. 

D  ock  Warrant.     See  Warrant  for  Goods. 

Docket  made  on  passing  any  instrument  under  the 
Great  Seal  of  the  United  Kingdom,     -         -     2s. 

Donation  of  any  ecclesiastical  benefice,  dignity,  or 
promotion.  See  Appointment,  &c,  to  ecclesias- 
tical benefices. 

Draft  for  money.  See  Bill  of  Exchange,  and 
§  40.     (This  section  defines  "Bill  of  Exchange.") 

Duplicate  or  Counterpart  of  any  instrument 
chargeable  with  any  duty.  Where  such  duty  does 
not  amount  to  5s.,  the  same  duty  as  the  original 
instrument;  in  any  other  case,  5s.  See  §  93. 
(This  section  provides  that,  to  be  duly  stamped,  it 
must  be  stamped  the  same  as  the  original,  or  have 
the  stamp  impressed  denoting  the  original  duly 
stamped.) 

[Dwelling-Houses  Act,  18  and  19  Vict.  c.  88. — 
Leases  under,  and  transfers  thereof,  may  have  the 
duties  impressed  on  paper,  or  denoted  by  special 
adhesive  stamp. — 18  and  19  Vict.  c.  88,  §  21.] 

Ecclesiastical  Benefice.  See  Appointment, 
&c,  to  ecclesiastical  benefices. 

Eik  to  a  reversion.  See  Mortgage,  &c,  and  §  105. 
(This  section  defines  "Mortgage.") 

Exchange  or  Excambion.  Partition  or  Divi- 
sion. Instruments  effecting. — [Instrument  upon 
the  exchange  of  heritable  property  for  other  herit- 
able property,  or  upon  '.he  division  of  heritable 


STAMP   DUTIES.  35 

property,  if  any  consideration  exceeding  £100  shall 
be  given  for  equality — ad  valorem  conveyance  on 
sale  duty  for  such  consideration  (§  94.] 
In  any  other  case,  -  iQs. 

Exemplification  or  Constat,  under  the  Great 
Seal  of  the  United  Kingdom  of  Great  Britain  and 
Ireland,  of  any  letters  patent  or  grant  made  or  to 
be  made  by  Her  Majesty,  her  heirs  or  successors, 
or  by  any  of  her  royal  predecessors,  of  any  honour, 
dignity,  promotion,  franchise,  liberty,  or  privilege, 
or  of  any  lands,  office,  or  other  thing  whatsoever,  £5. 

Extract.     See  Copy  or  Extract. 

Factory,  in  the  nature  of  a  letter  or  power  of  at- 
torney in  Scotland.  See  Letter  or  Power  of 
Attorney. 

Feu-Contract  in  Scotland.  See  Conveyance  on 
Sale,  and  §  72.  (This  section  provides  how  the 
consideration,  when  consisting  of  periodical  pay- 
ments, is  to  be  charged.) 

Foreign  Security.     See  Mortgage,  &c,  and  §§ 

115  C33  &  34  Vict,  c  97). 
Further  Charge  or  Further  Security.     See 

Mortgage,  &c,  and  §  109. 
[Gift. — Grant.     See  Crown.] 

[Grant.     See  Admission  and  Appointment  or 

Grant.] 
Grant  or  Letters  Patent  under  the  Great  Seal  of 
the  United  Kingdom  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland, 
or  under  the  Seal  kept  and  used  in  Scotland  in 
place  of  the  Great  Seal  formerly  used  there — 

(1.)  Of  the  honour  or  dignity  of  a  duke,  £350 ;  of 
a  marquess,  £300 ;  of  an  earl,  £250  ;  of  a  viscount, 
£200;  of  a  baron,  £150  ;  of  a  baronet,     -  £100 

(2,  3,  4,  and  5)  [applicable  to  ecclesiastical  persons 
and  matters  in  England.] 

(6.)  Of  any  franchise,  liberty,  or  privilege  to  any 
person  or  body  politic  or  corporate,    -         -     £30 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Commissions  of  rebellion  in  pro- 
cess. 

(2.)  Letters  patent  or  briefs  for  collecting  charitable 

benevolences. 
Grant  or  Warrant  of  Precedence  to  take  rank 
among  nobility,  under  the  sign  manual  of  Her  Ma- 
jesty, her  heirs  or  successors,  -  £106 
Grant  or  License  under  the  sign  manual  to  take 
and  use  a  surname  and  arms,  or  a  surname  only — 

In  compliance  with  the  injunctions  of  any  will  or 
settlement,    ------     £50 

Upon  any  voluntary  application,  -         -    £10 

Grant  of  arms  or  armorial  ensigns  only,  under  the 

sign  manual,  or  by  any  of  the  Kings  of  Arms  of 

England,  Scotland,  or  Ireland,  -         -     £10 

Grant  of  the  custody  of  the  person  or  estate  of  any 
lunatic,         -_-__..       £2 

Heritable  Bond.  See  Mortgage,  &c,  and  § 
105.     (This  section  defines  "  Mortgage.") 

Institution.  See  Appointment,  &c,  to  ecclesias- 
tical benefices. 

Insurance.    See  Policy. 

Inventory.     See  Schedule. 

[Joint  Stock  Companies. — Memorandum  of  As- 
sociation, and  Articles  of  Association  must 
bear  stamps  as  if  they  were  deeds — 25  and  26 
Vict.  c.  89,  §  16.  The  duty  for  a  deed  is  10s. 
And  see  §  11.] 


36 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


Lease  or  Tack — 
(1.)  For  any  definite  term  less  than  a  year: 

(a.)  Of  any  dwelling-house  or  tenement,  or  part  of 
a  dwelling-house  or  tenement,  at  a  reafc  not  ex- 
ceeding the  rate  of  £10  per  annum,  -     Id. 

[In  Scotland,  for  any  definite  term  not  exceeding 
a  year,  at  a  rent  not  exceeding  the  rate  of  .£10 
per  annum,  Id. — §  98  (5).] 

(S.)  Of  any  furnished  dwelling-house  or  apart- 
ments where  the  rent  for  such  term  exceeds 
£25,     -         -         -         -        -        -     2s.  6d. 

(c.)  Of  any  lands,  tenements,  or  heritable  subjects, 
except  or  otherwise  than  as  aforesaid,  the  same 
duty  as  a  lease  for  a  year  at  the  rent  reserved 
for  the  definite  term. 
(2.)  For  any  other  definite  term  or  for  any  indefi- 
nite term — 

Of  any  lands,  tenements,  or  heritable  subjects — 

Where  the  consideration,  or  any  part  of  the  con- 
sideration, moving  either  to  the  lessor  or  to  any 
other  person,  consists  of  any  money,  stock,  or 
security: 

In  respect  of  such  consideration,  the  same  duty  as  a 
conveyance  on  a  sale  for  the  same  consideration. 

Where  the  consideration  or  any  part  of  the  consi- 
deration is  any  rent : 

In  respect  of  such  consideration — If  the  rent, 
whether  reserved  as  a  yearly  rent  or  otherwise, 
is  at  a  rate  or  average  rate : 


* 

t 

% 

s.  d. 

£ 

s. 

d. 

£     s.  d. 

0  6 

0 

3 

0 

0     6  0 

Above  £5  and  not  ab.  10 

1  0 

0 

6 

0 

0  12  0 

"      10         "          15 

1  6 

0 

9 

0 

0  18  0 

"      15         "          20 

2  0 

0 

12 

0 

14  0 

"      20         "          25 

2  6 

0 

15 

0 

1  10  0 

"      25         "          50 

5  0 

1 

10 

0 

3     0  0 

"      50         "          75 

7  6 

2 

5 

0 

4  10  0 

"      75         "        100 

10  0 

3 

0 

0 

6     0  0 

Where    the   same    shall 

exceed  £100,  then  for 

every    £50,    and    for 

any  frac.  part  of  £50 

5  0 

1 

10 

0 

3     0  0 

*  Term  not  exceeding  35  years  or  indefinite, 
t  Above  35,  but  not  above  100  years. 
%  Exceeding  100  years. 

(3.)  Of  any  other  kind  whatsoever,  not  hereinbefore 
described,        ------  10s. 

[Lease  or  Tack,  Agreement  for,  or  with  respect  to 
the  letting  of  lands,  &c,  for  term  not  exceeding  35 
years,  liable  to  lease  duty. — §  96  (1).  Subsequent 
lease  to  be  charged  with  duty  of  6d. — §  96  (2). 
Letter  op  Allotment  or  Letter  of  Renuncia- 
tion,  or  any  other  document  having  the  effect  of 
a  letter  of  allotment : 

(1.)  Of  any  share  of  any  company  or  proposed  com- 
pany,   -------     id. 

(2.)  In  respect  of  any  loan  raised,  or  proposed  to  be 
raised,  by  any  company  or  proposed  company,  or  by 
any  municipal  body  or  corporation,      -         -     Id. 

(3.)  Issued  or  delivered  in  the  United  Kingdom,  of 
any  share  of  any  foreign  or  colonial  company  or 
proposed  company,  or  in  respect  of  any  loan  raised 
or  proposed  to  be  raised  by  or  on  behalf  of  any 
foreign  or  colonial  state,  government,  municipal 
body,  corporation,  or  company,  -         -        -     Id. 


And  Scrip  Certificate,  Scrip,  or  other  docu- 
ment: 

(1.)  Entitling  any  person  to  become  the  proprietor 
of  any  share  of  any  company  or  pioposed  com- 
pany,   -------Id. 

(2.)  Issued  or  delivered  in  the  United  Kingdom, 
and  entitling  any  person  to  become  the  proprietor 
of  any  share  of  any  foreign  or  colonial  company  or 
proposed  company,  -----     Id. 

(3.)  Denoting,  or  intended  to  denote,  the  right  of 
any  person  as  a  subscriber  in  respect  of  any  loan 
raised  or  proposed  to  be  raised  by  any  company  or 
proposed  company,  or  by  any  municipal  body  or 
corporation,   ------     Id. 

(4.)  Issued  or  delivered  in  the  United  Kingdom, 
and  denoting,  or  intended  to  denote,  the  right  of 
any  person  as  a  subscriber  in  respect  of  any  loaii 
raised  or  proposed  to  be  raised  by,  or  on  behalf  of, 
any  foreign  or  colonial  state,  government,  munici- 
pal body,  corporation,  or  company,      -         -     Id. 

Letter  or  Power  of  Attornet,  or  Commission, 
Factory,  Mandate,  or  other  instrument  in  the 
nature  thereof: 

(1.)  For  the  sole  purpose  of  appointing  or  authoriz- 
ing a  proxy  to  vote  at  any  one  meeting  at  which 
votes  may  be  given  by  proxy,  whether  the  number 
of  persons  named  in  such  instrument  be  one  or 
more  (34  Vict.  c.  4,  §  4),         -        -         -     Id. 

(2.)  By  any  petty  officer,  seaman,  marine,  or  soldier 
serving  as  a  marine,  or  by  the  executors  or  admin- 
istrators of  any  such  person,  for  receiving  prize 
money  or  wages,      -         -         -         -         -     Is. 

(3.)  For  the  receipt  of  the  dividends  or  interest  of 
any  stock : 

Where  made  for  the  receipt  of  one  payment  only,  Is. 
In  any  other  case,      -        -         -         -        -  5s. 

(4.)  For  the  receipt  of  any  sum  of  money,  or  any 
bill  of  exchange  or  promissory  note  for  any  sum  of 
money  not  exceeding  £20,  or  any  periodical  pay- 
ments not  exceeding  the  annual  sum  of  £10  (not 
being  hereinbefore  charged),       -         -         -     5s. 

(5.)  For  the  sale,  transfer,  or  acceptance  of  any  of 

the  Government  or  Parliamentary  stocks  or  funds: 

Where  the  value  of  such  stocks  or  funds  does  not 

exceed  £20,         -        -         -        -         -     5s. 

In  any  other  case,    -         -        -         -         -  10s. 

(6.)  Of  any  kind  whatsoever  not  hereinbefore  de- 
scribed, -        -        -        -         -        -        -  10s. 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Letter  or  power  of  attorney  for 
the  receipt  of  dividends  of  any  definite  and  certain 
share  of  the  Government  or  Parliamentary  stocks 
or  funds  producing  a  yearly  dividend  of  less  than 
£3.  (2.)  Letter  or  power  of  attorney  or  proxy 
filed  in  the  Court  of  Probate  in  England  or  Ireland, 
or  in  any  ecclesiastical  court.  (3.)  Letter  or  power 
of  attorney  for  voting  on  any  election  of  directors 
of  the  East  India  Company. 

Heritors'  mandates  to  vote  and  act  at  parochial 
boards  are  exempt.     (8  and  9  Vict,  c  83,  §  22.) 

Voting  Paper. — Any  instrument  for  the  purpose 
of  voting  by  any  person  entitled  to  vote  at  any 
meeting,         -  Id. 

Letters  of  Marque  and  Reprisal,  So. 

Letters  Patent.     See  Grant. 

Letters  of  Reversion  in  Scotland.  See  Mort- 
gage, &c,  and  §  105  which  defines  "Mortgage." 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


37 


Licenses,  Attorneys'.  See  Certificate.  Annual 
license  to  bankers  issuing  notes,  £30  (55  Geo.  III. 
c.  184) ;  superintendents  of  private  lunatic  asylums 
(20  and  21  Vict.  c.  71,  §  28),  for  periods  not 
exceeding  thirteen  months        -  10s. 

License  under  the  seal  of  any  archbishop,  bishop, 
chancellor,  or  other  ordinary,  or  by  any  ecclesias- 
tical court  in  England  or  Ireland,  or  by  any  pres- 
bytery or  other  ecclesiastical  power  in  Scotland : 

(1,  2,  3,  and  4.)      Applicable  to  England  and  Ire- 
land.    4  -was  repealed  41  Vict.  c.  15,  §  27. 
(5.)  For  any  other  purpose  (except   a  license  to 

hold  a  perpetual  curacy),  £2. 
Exemptions. — (1  and  2.)  Applicable  to  England 
and  Ireland.  (3.)  License  for  the  purpose  of 
authorizing  or  enabling  any  person  to  preach  or 
exercise  any  other  spiritual  function,  not  being  a 
license  to  hold  the  office  of  lecturer,  reader,  or 
chaplain,  and  there  being  no  salary  or  emolument 
for  or  attached  to  the  exercise  of  the  function  for 
which  such  license  is  granted. 

License  to  use  surname  or  arms.     See  Grant. 

[Mandate.     See  Letter  of  Attorney.] 

Marriage  Contract.     See  Settlement. 

Mortgage  of  any  stock  or  marketable  security :  for 
every  £5000,  and  also  for  any  fractional  part  of 
£5000,  of  the  amount  secured  (34  Vict.  c.  4,  §  5) 
10s. 
[Debenture  stock  created  by  statute,  but  not  in  the 
market,  would  not  be  regarded  a  "mortgage  of 
stock."] 
[Instrument  in  which  there  is  an  obligation  to  pay 
would  be  liable  as  a  bond,  and  would  not  be  re- 
garded as  coming  under  "  mortgage  of  stock."] 

Mortgage,  Bond,  Debenture,  Covenant,  War- 
rant  of  Attorney   to   confess  and   enter  up 
judgment,  and  Foreign  Security  of  any  kind. 
(1.)  Being  the  only  or  principal  or  primary  security 
for— 

The  payment  or  repayment  of  money  not  exceed- 
ing s.    d. 
£25         0     8 
Exceeding  £25  and  not  exceeding  50         13 
"             50             "                 100         2     6 
"           100             "                 150         3     9 
150             "                 200         5     0 
200             "                 250         6     3 
"           250             "                 300         7     6 
"           300,  for  every  £100,  and 
also  for  any  fractional  part  of  £100, 
of  such  amount          -         -         -         -     2     6 
(2.)  Being  a  collateral,  auxiliary,  or  additional,  or 
substituted  security,  or  by  way  of  further  assistance 
for  the> 'above-mentioned  purpose,  where  the  prin- 
cipal or   primary  security  is  duly  stamped — for 
every  £100,  and  also  for  any  fractional  part  of 
£100,  of  the  amount  secured,     -  6d. 
(3.)   Transfer,  Assignment,    Disposition,    or 
Assignation  of  any  mortgage,  bond,  debenture, 
covenant,  or  foreign  security,  or  of  any  money  or 
stock  secured  by  any  such  instrument,  or  by  any 
warrant  of  attorney  to  enter  up  judgment,  or  by 
any  judgment — for  every  £100,  and  also  for  any 
fractional  part  of  £100,  of  the  amount  transferred, 
assigned,  or  disponed,        -         -         -         -     6d. 
[See  under  Conveyance  as  to  deed  or  transfer 
divesting  trustees.] 


6d. 


0     0 


0     0 


[Transfer,  &c,  for  effectuating  the  appointment  of 
a  new  trustee.    Apparently  section  78  would  limit 
the  duty  to  10s.] 
And  also  where  any  further  money  is  added  to 
the  money  already  secured,  the  same  duty  as  a 
principal  security  for  such  further  money. 
(4.)  Reconveyance,  Release,  Discharge,  Sur- 
render, Resurrender,  Warrant  to  Vacate, 
or  Renunciation  of  any  such  security  as  afore- 
said, or  of  the  benefit  thereof,  or  of  the  money 
thereby  secured — for   every  £100,   and   also  for 
any  fractional  part  of  £100,  of  the  total  amount 
or  value  of  the  money  at  any  time  secured,         6d. 
Mutual  Disposition  or  Conveyance  in  Scotland. 

See  Exchange. 
Notarial  Act  of  any  kind  whatsoever  (except  a 
protest  of  a  bill  of  exchange  or  promissory  note, 
or  any  notarial  instrument  to  be  expeded  and  re- 
corded in  any  register  of  sasines),  Is.     And  see 
Protest  and  Seisin. 
Order  for  payment  of  money.     See  Bill  of  Ex- 
change, and  §  48.     (This  section  defines  "  Bill 
of  Exchange.") 
Partition  or  Division.     See  Exchange. 
Passport,        -        -.        -        - 
Patent,  Letters. — Letters  for  Inventions — 
On  petition  for  grant  of  letters-patent,     £5 
On  certificate  of  record  of  notice  to  pro- 
ceed, ------         5 

On   warrant  of  law-officers   for   letters- 
patent,        -----         5 

On  the  sealing  of  letters-patent,         -         5 
On  specification,     -         -         -         -         5 

On  the  letters-patent,  or  a  duplicate  thereof, 

before  the  expiration  of  the  third  year,     50 
On  the  letters-patent,  or  a  duplicate  thereof, 
before    the    expiration   of   the    seventh 
year,  ------     10O 

On  certificate  of  record  of  notice  of  objec- 
tions, 2 
On  certificate  of  every  search  and  inspec- 
tion, ------ 

On  certificate  of  entry  of  assignment  or 

license,        - 
On  certificate  of  assignment  or  license, 
On  application  for  disclaimer,  - 
On  caveat  against  disclaimer,  - 
On  office  copies  of  documents,  for  every 
ninety  words  (16  Vict.  c.  5),  - 
Patent  Medicine: 
Price  not  exceeding  Is., 

"  2s.  6d.,    - 

4s.,  -         - 

"  10s., 

"  20s., 

Plate. — Gold,  per  oz.,  -        -        - 
Silver,     " 
Exemptions. — Watch-cases,  rings,  &c. 
Playing  Cards. — For  and  in  respect  of  every  pack 
made  fit  for  sale  or  use  in  the  United  Kingdom 
(25  Vict.  c.  22),     -----     3d. 

Insurance,  Life  and  Personal  Injury,  and  against 

Loss  of  or  damage  to  Property. 
Policy  of  Insurance. 
(1.)  Upon  any  life  or  lives,  or  upon  any  event  or 
cfiptingency  relating  to  or  depending  upon  any  life 


0     0 


0     0 


0     0 


0     10 


0 

5 

0 

0 

5 

0 

5 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0     0     2 


0 

0 

n 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0 

6 

0 

1 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

17 

0 

0 

1 

6 

38 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


or  lives  (except  for  the  payment  of  money  upon 
the  death  of  any  person  only  from  accident  or 
violence,  or  otherwise  than  from  a  natural  cause) : 

Where  the  sum  insured  does  not  exceed  £10,       Id. 

Exceeds  £10,  but  does  not  exceed  £25,  -     3d. 

Exceeds  £25,  but  does  not  exceed  £500: 
For  every  full  sum  of  £50,  and  also  for  any  frac- 
tional part  of  £50,  of  the  amount  insured,        6d. 

Exceeds  £500,  but  does  not  exceed  £1000  : 
For  every  full  sum  of  £100,  and  also  for  any  frac- 
tional part  of  £100,  of  the  amount  insured,      Is. 

Exceeds  £1000: 
For  every  full  sum  of  £1000,  and  also  for  any 
fractional   part   of  £1000,  of  the   amount  in- 
sured, ------     10s. 

(2.)  For  any  payment  agreed  to  be  made  upon  the 
death  of  any  person,  only  from  accident  or  violence, 
or  otherwise  than  from  a  natural  cause,  or  as 
compensation  for  personal  injury,  or  by  way  of 
indemnity  against  loss  or  damage  of  or  to  any 
property,  Id.— (33  and  34  Vict.  c.  32,  §  13.) 

[Fire  policies  are  included  in  this  charge  (2).  J 

Insurance,  Sea. 

Policy  of  insurance  (after  31st  May,  1867),  for  or 
upon  any  voyage — 

(1.)  For  every  £100  and  fractional  part  of  £100 
thereby  insured,       -----     3d. 

(2.)  For  time:  for  every  £100  and  any  fractional 
part  of  £100  thereby  insured — 

For  any  time  not  exceeding  six  months,         -     3d. 

Exceeding  six  months  and  not  exceeding  twelve 
months,  ------     6d. 

(Re-assurances  may  be  made  notwithstanding  pro- 
hibition in  19  Geo.  II.  c.  37,  and  policies  of  such 
re-assurances  shall  be  liable  to  stamp  duty. — 27 
and  28  Vict.  c.  56,  §  1.) 

But  if  the  separate  interests  of  two  or  more  distinct 
persons  shall  be  insured  by  one  policy,  the  duty  of 
3d.,  or  3d.  or  6d.,  shall  be  charged  in  respect  of 
every  £100,  and  every  fractional  part  of  £100, 
thereby  insured  upon  any  separate  and  distinct 
interest.— (30  Vict.  c.  23,  Schedule  B.) 

Insurances  made  for  a  voyage  "  and  also  for  time, 
or  to  extend  to  or  cover  any  certain  time  beyond 
twenty-four  hours  after  the  ship  shall  have  arrived 
at  her  destination  and  been  there  moored  at  anchor," 
chargeable  with  duty  for  a  voyage  an<i  duty  for 
time.— (30  Vict.  c.  23,  §  11.) 

"  Sea  insurance "  means  any  insurance  (including 
re-insurance)  upon  any  ship,  or  the  machinery, 
tackle,  or  furniture  of  any  ship,  or  upon  goods, 
merchandise,  or  property  on  board  of  any  ship,  or 
upon  the  freight  or  other  interest  which  may  be 
lawfully  insured  in  or  relating  to  any  ship. 

41  Policy"  means  any  instrument  whereby  a  contract 
or  agreement  for  sea  insurance  shall  be  made. — (30 
Vict.  c.  23,  §  4.) 

Commissioners  of  Inland  Revenue  to  provide  blank 
policies,  printed — from  Schedule  E  to  Act — 
stamped.  These  forms  may  be  bought  at  price  of 
duty.  Before  delivering  out,  officers  of  inland 
revenue  to  mark  or  write  thereon,  day,  month,  and 
year  of  delivery.  Penalty  for  wilful  neglect,  £100. 
— {Ibid.,  §  5.) 

No  contract  or  agreement  for  sea  insurance  (otftw*- ' 
than  such  insurance  as  is  referred  to  in  25  and  26 
Vict.  c.  63,  §  55)  shall  be  valid  unless  expressed 
In  a  policy.     Policy  shall  specify  such  particular 


risk,  names  of  underwriters,  and  sums  insured.  If 
omitted,  policy  null  and  void. — (Ibid.,  §  7.) 
Policy  for  any  time  exceeding  twelve  months,  null. 
—{Ibid.,  §  8.) 
Policy  not  good  or  available  in  law  or  equity  unless 
duly  stamped,  and  cannot  be  stamped  after  it  is 
signed  or  underwritten  by  any  person,  except  in 
two  cases,  to  wit — 
(1.)  Policy  of  mutual  insurance  may  be  stamped 
with  additional  duty,  provided  it  shall  not  be 
underwritten  at  the  time  to  an  amount  exceeding 
the  sums  the  stamps  already  on  it  will  warrant. — 
(Ibid.,  §  9.) 
(2.)  Policy  made  abroad  may  be  stamped  within 
two  months  after  being  received  in  the  United 
Kingdom.— (33  and  34  Vict.  c.  97,  §  117.) 
Alterations  on  the  terms  and  conditions  of  a  policy 
may  be  made  after  it  is  underwritten,  if  made 
before  notice  of  determination  of  risk  originally 
insured,  and  shall  not  prolong  the  period  beyond 
six  months  in  the  case  of  a  policy  for  less  than  six 
months,  or  beyond  the  period  allowed  by  the  Act 
in  the  case  of  a  policy  made  for  more  than  six 
months,  and  if  the  property  of  the  articles  insured 
remains  the  same  ;  and  no  additional  or  further 
sums  shall  be  insured. 

Carriers  by  sea  or  other  person  who,  for  money 
paid  as  additional  freight  or  otherwise,  takes  the 
risk  of  goods,  &c,  while  on  board  ship,  or  engages 
to  indemnify  the  owners  of  such  goods,  &c,  from 
loss — such  shall  be  deemed  a  contract  for  a  sea 
insurance. 
Penalty  of  £100  is  imposed  on  a  person  who  shall 
become  an  assurer  upon  a  sea  insurance  unless  by 
policy  duly  stamped.— (30  Vict.  c.  23,  §  13.) 
Penalty  of  £100  is  imposed  on  a  person  who  shall 
procure  a  sea  insurance  unless  there  shall  be  a  policy 
duly  stamped.— (30  Vict.  c.  23,  §  14.)  Penalty 
of  £100  is  also  imposed  upon  a  broker,  agent,  or 
other  person  negotiating  a  sea  insurance  contrary 
to  the  Act,  or  writing  an  agreement  for  a  sea  in- 
surance not  duly  stamped. — (Ibid.,  §  14.) 
Penalty  of  £100  is  imposed  for  issuing  a  document 
purporting  to  be  a  copy  of  a  policy,  if  there  shall 
not  be  a  duly  stamped  policy  existing  at  the  time. 
—(Ibid.,  §  15.) 
Broker,  agent,  or  other  person  negotiating  a  sea  in- 
surance shall  not  have  right  to  charge  for  his 
trouble,  nor  for  the  premium  which  he  may  have 
paid,  unless  there  shall  be  a  duly  stamped  policy. 
Money  paid  to  such  broker  shall  be  held  to  be 
paid  without  consideration,  and  shall  remain  the 
property  of  the  employer,  his  executors,  or  assigns. 
—(Ibid.,  §  16.) 

Powek  of  Attorney.  See  Letter  of  At- 
torney. 

Precept  of  Clare  Constat  to  give  seisin  of  lands 
or  other  heritable  subjects  in  Scotland,  -     5s. 

Presentation  to  any  ecclesiastical  benefice,  dignity, 
or  promotion.  See  Appointment,  &c,  to  Eccle- 
siastical Benefices. 

Procuration,  deed  or  other  instrument  of,        10s. 

Promissory  Note.  See  Bank  Note,  Bile  of 
Exchange,  and  §  49.  (This  section  defines 
"Promissory  Note.") 

Protest  of  any  bill  of  exchange  or  promissory  note : 
Where  the  duty  on  the  bill  or  note  does  not  exceed 
Is.,  the  same  duty  as  the  bill  or  note. 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


39 


In  any  other  case,       -         -         -         -         -     Is. 

Proxy.     See  Letteb  or  Power  of  Attorney. 

[Queen — Instruments  relating  to  private  property 
of,  liable  to  same  duties  as  instruments  relating  to 
property  of  subjects,  §  5.J 

Receipt  given  for,  or  upon  the  payment  of,  money 
amounting  to  £2  or  upwards,  -         -         Id. 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Receipt  given  for  money  deposited 

in  any  bank,  or  with  any  banker,  to  be  accounted 
for  and  expressed  to  be  received  of  the  person  to 
whom  the  same  is  to  be  accounted  for. 

(2.)  Acknowledgment  by  any  banker  of  the  receipt 
of  any  bill  of  exchange  or  promissory  note  for  the 
purpose  of  being  presented  for  acceptance  or  pay- 
ment. 

(3.)  Receipt  given  for  or  upon  the  payment  of  any 
parliamentary  taxes  or  duties,  or  of  money  to  or 
for  the  use  of  Her  Majesty. 

(4.)  Receipt  given  by  the  Accountant-General  of 
the  Navy  for  any  money  received  by  him  for  the 
service  of  the  navy. 

(5.)  Receipt  given  by  any  agent  for  money  imprested 
to  him  on  account  of  the  pay  of  the  army. 

(6.)  Receipt  given  by  any  officer,  seaman,  marine, 
or  soldier,  or  his  representatives,  for  or  on  account 
of  any  wages,  pay,  or  pension,  due  from  the  Ad- 
miralty or  Army  Pay  Office. 

(7.)  Receipt  given  for  the  consideration  money  for 
the  purchase  of  the  stocks  of  Government,  &c,  or 
of  India,  or  of  Bank  of  England  or  Bank  of  Ire- 
land, or  for  any  dividend  paid  on  same  respectively. 

(8.)  Receipt  given  for  any  principal  money  or  inte- 
rest due  on  an  exchequer  bill. 

(9.)  Receipt  written  upon  a  bill  of  exchange  or 
promissory  note  duly  stamped. 

(10.)  Receipt  given  upon  any  bill  or  note  of  the 
governor  and  company  of  the  Bank  of  England  or 
the  Bank  of  Ireland. 

(11.)  Receipt  endorsed  or  otherwise  written  upon 
or  contained  in  any  instrument  liable  to  stamp 
duty,  and  duly  stamped,  acknowledging  the  receipt 
of  the  consideration  money  therein  expressed,  or 
the  receipt  of  any  principal  money,  interest,  or 
annuity,  thereby  secured  or  therein  mentioned. 

(12.)  Receipt  given  for  drawback  or  bounty  upon 
the  exportation  of  any  goods  or  merchandise  from 
the  United  Kingdom. 

(13.)  Receipt  given  for  the  return  of  any  duties  of 
customs  upon  certificates  of  over  entry. 

(14.)  Receipt  endorsed  upon  any  bill  drawn  by  the 
Lords  Commissioners  of  the  Admiralty,  or  by  any 
person  under  their  authority,  or  under  the  autho- 
rity of  any  Act  of  Parliament,  upon  and  payable 
by  the  Accountant-General  of  the  Navy. 

RECONVEYANCE,    RELEASE,    or    RENUNCIATION    of 

any  security.     See  Mortgage,  &c. 

Release  or  Renunciation  of  any  property,  or  of 

any  right  or  interest  in  any  property — 
Upon  a  sale.     See  Conveyance  on  Sale. 
By  way  of  Security.     See  Mortgage,  &c. 
In  any  other  case,    -         -         -         -         -     10s. 
Renunciation.      See   Reconveyance   and    Re- 
lease. 

Resignation. — Principal  or  original  instrument  of 
resignation,  or  service  of  cognition  of  heirs,  or 
charter  or  seisin  of  any  houses,  lands,  or  other 


heritable  subjects  in  Scotland  holding  burgage,  or 
of  burgage  tenure,  -  -  -  -  -  5s. 
And  instrument  of  resignation  of  any  lands  or 
other  heritable  subjects  in  Scotland  not  of  burgage 
tenure,   -         -         -  ----5s. 

Revocation  of  any  use  or  trust  of  any  property  by 
deed,  or  by  any  writing,  not  being  a  will,         10s. 

Schedule,  Inventory,  or  document  of  any  kind 
whatsoever,  referred  to  in  or  by,  and  intended  to 
be  used  or  given  in  evidence  as  part  of,  or  as 
material  to,  any  other  instrument  charged  with 
any  duty,  but  which  is  separate  and  distinct  from, 
and  not  endorsed  on  or  annexed  to,  such  other 
instrument — 

Where  such  other  instrument  is  chargeable  with  any 
duty  not  exceeding  10s.,  the  same  duty  as  such 
other  instrument. 

In  any  other  case,    -----     10s. 

Exemptions. — (1.)  Printed  proposals  published  by 
any  corporation  or  company  respecting  insurances, 
and  referred  to  in  or  by  any  policy  of  insurance 
issued  by  such  corporation  or  company. 

(2.)  Any  public  map,  plan,  survey,  apportionment, 
allotment,  award,  and  other  parochial  or  public 
document  and  writing,  made  under  or  in  pursuance 
of  any  Act  of  Parliament,  and  deposited  or  kept  for 
reference  in  any  registry,  or  in  any  public  office,  or 
with  the  public  books,  papers,  or  writings  of  any 
parish. 

Scrip  Certificate  or  Scrip.  See  Letter  of 
Allotment. 

Seisin. — Instrument  of  seisin  given  upon  any  charter, 
precept  of  dare  constat,  or  precept  from  Chancery, 
or  upon  any  wadset,  heritable  bond,  disposition, 
apprizing,  adjudication,  or  otherwise  of  any  lands, 
or  heritable  subjects  in  Scotland  not  of  burgage 
tenure,  -------     5s. 

And  any  Notarial  Instrument  to  be  expeded 
and  recorded  in  any  register  of  sasines,  -     5s. 

Settlement. — Any  instrument, whether  voluntary  or 
upon  any  good  or  valuable  consideration,  other  than 
a  bona  fide  pecuniary  consideration,  whereby  any 
definite  and  certain  principal  sum  of  money  (whether 
charged  or  chargeable  on  lands  or  other  heredita- 
ments or  heritable  subjects  or  not,  to  be  laid  out  in 
the  purchase  of  lands  or  other  hereditaments  or 
heritable  subjects  or  not),  or  any  definite  and  cer- 
tain amount  of  stock,  or  any  security,  is  settled  or 
agreed  to  be  settled  in  any  manner  whatsoever — 

For  every  £100,  and  also  for  any  fractional  part  of 
£100,  of  the  amount  or  value  of  the  property 
settled  or  agreed  to  be  settled,    -         -         -     5s. 

Exemption. — Instrument  of  appointment  relating  to 
any  property  in  favour  of  persons  specially  named 
or  described  as  the  objects  of  a  power  of  appoint- 
ment, created  by  a  previous  settlement,  stamped 
with  ad  valorem  duty  in  respect  of  the  same  pro- 
perty, or  by  will,  where  probate  duty  has  been 
paid  in  respect  of  the  same  property  as  personal 
estate  of  the  testator. 

[Money  in  foreign  or  colonial  currency,  duty  to  be 
calculated  on  the  value  in  British  currency  accord- 
ing to  the  current  rate  of  exchange  at  the  date  of 
the  instrument  (§  11).  Stock  or  marketable  secu- 
rity, duty  to  be  calculated  on  the  value  according 
to  the  average  price  at  the  date  of  the  instrument 
i      (§12)-] 


40 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


Share  Warrant  issued  under  the  provisions  of 
"The  Companies  Act,  1867." — See  section  33  of 
that  Act.  [By  this  section  the  share  warrant  of  a 
limited  liability  company  issued  to  bearer  is  liable 
to  stamp  duty  of  three  times  the  amount  of  the 
conveyance  on  sale  duty  on  the  nominal  value  of 
the  shares.] 

Tack  of  lands,  &c,  in  Scotland.  See  Lease  or 
Tack. 

Tack  in  Security.    See  Mortgage,  &c. 

[Testamentary  Instruments.  See  General  Ex- 
emptions at  end  of  Table.] 

Transfer.    See  Conveyance  or  Transfer. 

Transfer. — Any  request  or  authority  to  the  purser 
or  other  officer  of  any  mining  company,  conducted 
on  the  cost  book  system,  to  enter  or  register  any 
transfer  of  any  share,  or  part  of  a  share,  in  any 
mine,  or  any  notice  to  such  purser  or  officer  of 
such  transfer,  -         -         -        -         -     6d. 

[Trustee. — Conveyance  or  Transfer  for  effectuating 
the  appointment  of  a  new  trustee,  no  higher  duty 
than     -----__     ios. 

Valuation.     See  Appraisement. 

Voting  Paper      See  along  with  Letter  or  Power 

of  Attorney. 
Wadset.     See  Mortgage,  &c. 

Warrant  for  Goods,  3d.     See  along  with  De- 
livery Order. 
Warrant  under  the  sign  manual  of  Her  Majesty, 
her  heirs  or  successors,    -         -         -         -     10s. 
Writ — 
(1.)  Of  Acknowledgment  under  "  The  Registration 
of  Leases  (Scotland)  Act,"  -         -         -     5s. 

(2.)  Of  Acknowledgment  by  any  person  infeft  of 
lands  in  Scotland  in  favour  of  the  heir  or  disponee 
of  a  creditor  fully  vested  in  right  of  an  heritable 
security  constituted  by  infeftment,  -  -  5s. 
(3.)  Of  Clare  Constat,  charters  of  novodamus,  pre- 
cepts or  writs  from  Chancery,  or  writs  of  acknow- 
ledgment, 37  &  38  Vict.  c.  94.  §  4,   -  5« 


SENERAL   EXEMPTIONS  FROM  ALL  STAMr 
DUTIES. 

(1.)  Transfers  of  shares  in  the  Government  or  Par- 
liamentary stocks  or  funds. 

(2.)  Instruments  for  the  sale,  transfer,  or  other 
disposition,  either  absolutely  or  by  way  of  mort- 
gage, or  otherwise,  of  any  ship,  or  vessel,  or  any 
part,  interest,  share,  or  property  of  or  in  any  ship 
or  vessel. 

(3.)  Instruments  of  apprenticeship,  bonds,  contracts, 
and  agreements  entered  into  in  the  United  King- 
dom for  or  relating  to  the  service  in  any  of  Her 
Majesty's  colonies  or  possessions  abroad  of  any 
person  as  an  artificer,  clerk,  domestic  servant, 
handicraftsman,  mechanic,  gardener,  servant  in 
husbandry,  or  labourer. 

(4.)  Testaments,  testamentary  instruments,  and 
dispositions  mortis  causa  in  Scotland. 

(5.)  Bonds  given  to  sheriffs  or  other  persons  upon 
the  replevy  of  any  goods  or  chattels,  and  assign- 
ments of  such  bonds. 

(6.)  Commissions  granted  to  officers  of  militia,  yeo- 
manry, or  volunteers. 


(7.)  Instruments  made  by,  to,  or  with  the  Commis- 
sioners, or  the  First  Commissioner  of  Her  Majesty's 
Works  and  Public  Buildings,  for  any  of  the  pur- 
poses of  the  Act  15  and  16  Vict.  c.  28. 

The  exemptions  from  duty  in  Acts  not  otherwise 
relating  to  stamp  duties  remain  in  force  (§  3). 

INVENTORY  DUTY. 

Property  liable  to  the  Duty. — Generally — 
All  personal  property  (heritable  securities  are  per- 
sonal property)  belonging  to  the  deceased  in  the 
United  Kingdom,  heritable  securities,  and  personal 
bonds  excluding  executors. — (48  Geo.  III.  c.  149, 
§  38,  &c. ;  55  Geo.  III.  c.  184,  Schedule,  Part  III.; 
21  and  22  Vict.  c.  56,  §§  9,  12,  13,  &c. ;  and  16 
and  17  Vict.  c.  59,  §  8.) 
Personal  Property — Absolute  power  of  disposal. — 
Personal  estate  which  a  person,  dying  after  3rd 
April,  1860,  shall  have  disposed  of  by  will,  under 
any  authority  enabling  such  person  to  dispose  of 
the  same  as  he  shall  think  fit,  shall  be  deemed  per- 
sonal or  movable  estate  of  the  person  so  dying,  for 
the  purpose  of  payment  of  inventory,  probate,  or 
administration  duty. — (23  Vict.  c.  15,  §  4.) 
Indian  Promissory  Notes — Ships. — Indian  Govern- 
ment promissory  notes  and  certificates  issued,  or 
stock  in  lieu  thereof,  being  assets  of  a  deceased 
person,  the  interest  of  which  shall  be  payable  in 
London,  registered  in  London,  or  enfaced  in  India 
for  the  purpose  of  such  registration  before  the  death 
of  the  owner ;  also  Indian  Government  promissory 
notes,  with  coupons  attached,  in  the  same  circum- 
stances as  to  registration,  and  certificates  issued,  or 
stock  created  in  lieu   thereof,  shall   be   personal 
estate,  and  bona  notabilia  in  England  of  the  de- 
ceased person  (23  Vict.  c.  5,  §  1);  also  any  ship, 
or  any  share  of  a  ship,  belonging  to  a  deceased 
person,  registered  in  any  port  in  the  United  King- 
dom, notwithstanding  such  ship  at  the  time  of  the 
death  may  have  been  at  sea,  or  elsewhere  out  of 
the  United  Kingdom,  shall  be  deemed  to  be  at  the 
port  at  which  she  may  be  registered  (27  and  28 
Vict.  c.  56),  and  liable  to  inventory,  probate,  or 
administration  duty. 
Specialty  Debts. — For  probate  and  administration 
duty,  debts  and  sums  of  money  due  from  persons  in 
the  United  Kingdom  to  a  deceased  on  obligation  or 
other  specialty,  shall  be  estate  and  effects  of  the 
deceased  within  the  jurisdiction  of  Her  Majesty's 
Court  of  Probate  in   England  or  Ireland,  in  which 
the  same  would  be  if  they  were  debts  upon  simple 
contract,  without  regard  to  the  place  where  the 
obligation  or  specialty  shall  be  at  the  time  of  the 
death.— (25  Vict.  c.  22,  §  39.) 
Foreign  Bonds  and  Stocks. — Documents  of  the  debts 
of  foreign   governments   and   foreign    companies 
which  pass  from  hand  to  hand  are  property  where 
the  documents  may  be.     Debentures  or  bonds  by 
foreign  companies  and  governments,  and  the  title 
to  stocks  of  foreign  companies  and  governments, 
are  property  in  this  country,  if  in  the  possession  of 
any  person  in  this  country,  and  can  be  sold  in  the 
market,  and  the  title  of  the  purchasers  completed 
to  them  in  this  country. — See  Attorney-General  v. 
Bouwens,  4  Meeson  &  Welsby,  171. 
Rents  of  Heritage. — If  the  deceased  survive  Whit- 
sunday, one  moiety  of  the  rents  of  the  crop  of  that 
year  is  personal  estate.     If  he  survive  Martinmas, 


STAMP  DUTIES. 


41 


the  whole  rents  of  that  crop  fall  into  the  executry. 
In  addition,  from  and  after  1st  August,  1870,  the 
Acts  33  and  34  Vict.  1870,  c.  35,  would  seem  to 
give  the  executor  a  proportion  of  the  rents  from 
the  term  preceding  the  date  of  death  to  the  date  of 
death.  That  Act  would  also  seem  to  give  a  propor- 
tion of  the  term's  rents  of  quarries,  minerals,  and 
houses,  and  also  feu-duties  current  at  the  death. 
The  executor's  right  to  house-rents  would  not  there- 
fore he  to  the  half-year's  rents  current  at  death, 
but  to  a  proportion  only  to  the  date  of  death. 
Modes  in  which  Duty  mat  be  Paid. —  When 
deceased  domiciled  in  Scotland. — In  the  case  of  a 
person  dying  domiciled  in  Scotland,  having  personal 
property  in  Scotland,  England,  and  Ireland,  and  also 
heritable  securities  excluding  executors,  and  personal 
bonds  excluding  executors,  duty  in  respect  of  the 
whole  may  be  paid  on  the  inventory  required  to  be 
recorded  in  the  Commissary  Court ;  or  inventory 
duty  may  be  paid  on  the  personal  property  situated 
in  Scotland,  including  heritable  securities  made 
movable  by  the  Act  31  and  32  Vict.  c.  101,  §  117, 
and  duty  may  be  paid  on  a  "  special  inventory  "  of 
the  heritable  securities  excluding  executors  and 
personal  bonds  excluding  executors,  and  probate  or 
administration  may  be  obtained  in  England  and 
Ireland  in  respect  of  the  personal  estate  in  these 
countries,  and  duty  paid  in  respect  of  such  on  these 
instruments. 

When  deceased  domiciled  furth  of  the  United  King- 
dom.— In  case  of  a  person  dying  domiciled  furth  of 
the  United  Kingdom  leaving  personal  estate  in 
Scotland,  England,  and  Ireland,  an  inventory  must 
be  given  up  in  Scotland,  probate  or  administration 
taken  out  in  England  and  Ireland,  and  duty  paid 
on  such  in  respect  of  the  property  in  each  country. 

ABSTRACT  OF  THE  RATES  OF  INVENTORY  DUTY. 
ESTATES.  DUTIES. 

Persons  dying  on  or  before 
25th  July,  1864 : 

Above  And  under  Testate.        Intestate. 

£20  £50  10s.  10s. 

Of  the  value  of 

£50  £100  10s.  £1 


Persons  as  above  and  per- 

sons dying 

after  25th 

July,  1864 . 

Above 

And  under 

£100 

£200 

Of  the  value  of 

£200 

£300 

300 

450 

450 

600 

600 

800 

800 

1,000 

1,000 

1,500 

1,500 

2,000 

2,000 

3,000 

3,000 

4,000 

4,000 

5,000 

5,000 

6,000 

6,000 

7,000 

7,000 

8,000 

8,000 

9,000 

9,000 

10,000 

10,000 

12,000 

12,000 

14,000 

£2 


£3 


5 

8 

8 

11 

11 

15 

15 

22 

22 

30 

30 

45 

40 

60 

50 

75 

60 

90 

80 

120 

100 

150 

120 

180 

140 

210 

160 

240 

180 

270 

200 

300 

220 

330 

ESTATES. 

DUTIES. 

Of  the  value  of 

And  under 

Testate 

Intestate. 

14,000 

16,000 

250 

375 

16,000 

18,000 

280 

420 

18,000 

20,000 

310 

465 

20,000 

25,000 

350 

525 

25,000 

30,000 

400 

600 

30,000 

35,000 

450 

675 

35,000 

40,000 

525 

785 

40,000 

45,000 

600 

900 

45,000 

50,000 

675 

1,010 

50,000 

60,000 

750 

1,125 

60,000 

70,000 

900 

1,350 

70,000 

80,000 

1,050 

1,575 

80,000 

90,000 

1,200 

1,800 

90,000 

100,000 

1,350 

2,025 

100,000 

120,000 

1,500 

2,250 

120,000 

140,000 

1,800 

2,700 

140,000 

160,000 

2,100 

3,150 

160,000 

180,000 

2,400 

3,600 

180,000 

200,000 

2,700 

4,050 

200,000 

250,000 

3,000 

4,500 

250,000 

300,000 

3,750 

5,625 

300,000 

350,000 

4,500 

6,750 

350,000 

400,000 

5,250 

7,875 

400,000 

500,000 

6,000 

9,000 

500,000 

600,000 

7,500 

11,250 

600,000 

700,000 

9,000 

13,500 

700,000 

800,000 

10,500 

15,750 

800,000 

900,000 

12,000 

18,000 

900,000 

1,000,000 

13,500 

20,250 

Above  £1,000,000,  for  every 

£100,000, 

and     fractional 

part  of  £100,000,  22  and 

23  Vict.  c. 

36,  §  1, 

-     1,500 

2,250 

Exemptions. — Inventory  of  the  estate  of  any  com- 
mon seaman  or  soldier  dying  in  service. 

Additional  inventory  when  duty  on  the  whole  estate 
does  not  exceed  that  already  paid  on  former  in- 
ventory. 


RETURN  OF  INVENTORY  DUTY 

The  inventory  duty  and  probacw  and  administration 
duty  are  paid  on  the  whole  personal  property,  with- 
out deduction  of  debts ;  but  the  Act  5  and  6  Vict. 
c.  79,  §  23,  provides  for  a  return  being  given  on 
proof  of  the  constitution  and  payment  of  the  debts. 
This  return  must  be  claimed  within  three  years ; 
but  the  time  will  be  prolonged  on  application  to 
the  Board  of  Inland  Revenue.  No  return  to  be 
granted  in  respect  of  a  voluntary  debt  due  from  a 
person  dying  after  28th  June,  1861,  expressed  to 
be  payable  on  death  of  such  person,  or  payable 
under  an  instrument  which  shall  not  have  been 
bona  fide  delivered  to  the  donee  three  months  be- 
fore the  death  of  such  person.  (24  and  25  Vict. 
c.  92,  §  3.) 
Note. — Forms  of  inventory  and  additional  inventory 
will  be  found  in  the  Juridical  Styles,  vol.  iii.,  App. 
8-11.  Forms  of  inventories,  and  also  regulations 
for  return  of  inventory  duty,  may  be  obtained  at 
the  Office  of  the  Solicitor,  Inland  Revenue,  Edin- 
burgh. Claims  are  to  be  lodged  in  the  Solicitor's 
Office,  Room  No.  9,  and  Monday  and  Friday  be- 
tween 12  and  2  o'clock  are  the  days  for  receiving 
claims  from  the  claimants  or  their  agenta. 

B  2 


42 


STAMP  DUTIES. 


LEGACY   DUTY. 

Legacies,  Annuities,  Residues,  <fc. 
To  children  or  their  descendants,  or  lineal       pc?Ucrat. 
ancestors,         -         -         -         -         -         ,£10 
Brother  or  sister,  or  descendants,  -  3     0 

Uncle  or  aunt,  or  their  descendants,        -  5     0 

Grand  uncle  or  aunt,  or  descendants,       -  6     0 

All  other  relations  or  strangers,      -         -         10     0. 
The  husband  or  wife  of  the  deceased  is  not  charge- 
able with  duty.     If  the  legatee's  husband  or  wife 
is  of  nearer  consanguinity  than  the  legatee,  duty 
is  payable  according  to  such  nearer   relationship. 
(16  and  17  Vict.  c.  51,  §  11.) 
This  duty  is  payable  for  every  legacy  out  of  the  per- 
sonal or  movable  estate,  or  out  of  or  charged  upon 
the  real  or  heritable  estate  of  the  deceased,  or  out 
of  any  estate  which  he  has  power  to  dispose  of,  or 
out  of  any  moneys  to  arise  by  the  sale,  mortgage, 
or  other  disposition  of  the  deceased's  real  or  heritable 
estate,  or  any   part  thereof:     Also  for  the   clear 
residue   (after  deducting  debts,    funeral  expenses, 
legacies,  and  other  charges  first  payable  thereout) 
of  the  personal   or  movable  estate,    whether   the 
title  to  such  residue  shall  accrue  by  virtue  of  anv 
testamentary  disposition,  or  upon  a  partial  or  total 
intestacy:     And  also  for  the  clear  residue  of  the 
moneys  to  arise  from  the  sale,  mortgage,  or  other 
disposition  of  any  real  or  heritable  estate,  directed 
to  be  sold,  mortgaged,  or  otherwise  disposed  of  by 
any  will  or  testamentary  instrument. 
Annuities  commei.cing  to  be  payable  on  the  death  of 
persons  dying  after   19th  May,   1853,  are  valued 
for  legacy  duty  according  to  tables  annexed  to  the 
Succession  Duty  Act  (16  and  17  Vict  c.  51);  and 
annuities  commencing  to  be   payable   previous   to 
that  date,   bv  the  tables  annexed   to  the  Legacy 
Duty  Act  (36  Geo.  III.  c.  52). 
Duty  is  not  exigible  on  legacies  or  residues  under 
£20 ;  but  if  a  legatee  take  two  or  more  legacies, 
under  any  testament,  which  shall  together  be  of 
the   amount  oi   £20,  each  shall  be  charged  with 
duty,  although  each    or  either  may  be  separately 
under  that  amount. 
Duty  on   legacies  and  residues  in  arrears,  interest 
thereon  at  the  rate  of  4  per  cent,  is  payable  (31 
and  32  Vict.  c.  124,  §  9). 
Printed  forus  and  regulations  for  payment  of    the 
legacy  duty  may  be  obtained  gratis,  on  application 
at  Legacy  Duty  Office,  Inland  Revenue,  Edinburgh  ; 
and  at  the  offices  of  distributors  of  stamps  in  the 
country. 

SUCCESSION    DUTY, 
(16  and  17  Vict.  c.  51.) 

The  duty  commenced  on  the  death  of  persons  dying 
after  the  19th  May,  1853,  and  seems  to  be  im- 
posed on  all  property,  both  heritable  and  movable, 
passing  by  death,  not  liable  to  the  duty  on  legacies 
and  successions  to  personal  estate  upon  intestacy — 
the  duty  imposed  by  the  Legacy  Duty  Acts. 

The  duty  on  Heritable  Property  is  charged  on 
the  annual  value,  after  allowance  of  the  necessary 
outgoings  (§  22),  as  an  annuity  for  the  life  of  the 
successor  (§  21),  which  is  to  be  valued  by  tables 
annexed  to  Act. 

Personal  Property  is  liable  to  duty  according  to 
the  value  of  the  succession  ;  and  money  charged  on 


heritage — heritable  securities — is  charged   as  per- 
sonalty (§1). 

rates  oe  succession  duty. 

Lineal  issue  or  lineal  ancestor  of  the  predecessor, 
£1  per  cent. 

Erothers  and  sisters  of  the  predecessor  and  their 
descendants,  £3  per  cent. 

Brothers  and  sisters  of  the  father  or  mother  of  the 
predecessor  and  their  descendants,  £5  per  cent. 

Brothers  and  sisters  of  a  grandfather  or  grandmother  of 
the  predecessor  and  their  descendants,  £6  per  cent. 

Any  other  person,  £10  per  cent. 

The  husband  or  wife  of  predecessor  is  not  chargeable 
with  duty  (§  18),  and  if  successor's  husband  or  wife 
shall  be  of  nearer  consanguinity  than  the  successor, 
duty  is  payable  according  to  such  nearer  relation- 
ship (§  11). 

The  following  are  also  exemptions  from  the  succession 
duty :—  • 
1.  Successions  from  the  same  predecessor,  passing 
on  any  death,  not  amounting  in  principal  value  to 
£100  (§  18.)  2.  Any  succession  of  less  value 
than  £20  in  the  whole  (ib.~)  3.  Legacies  and  per- 
sonal property  charged  with  legacy  duty,  in  respect 
of  the  same  acquisition  (z'6.). 

Duty  on  successions  in  arrear,  interest  thereon  at  the 
rate  of  4  per  cent,  is  payable  (31  and  32  Vict,  c 
124,  §  9). 

Note.' — Forms  of  the  accounts  may  be  obtained  at  the 
Legacy  Duty  Office,  Edinburgh,  and  at  the  offices 
of  distributors  of  stamps  in  the  country. 


ADHESIVE   STAMPS. 

Instruments  for  which  Adhesive  Stamps  may  be  used, 
and  person  by  whom  to  be  cancelled,  $c,  also  mode 
of  Cancellation. 

Agreement — 6d.  duty. 
Cancellation  by  person  by  whom  it  is  first  executed 
(§  36). 

Bill  of  Exchange. — Fixed  duty  of  a  penny. 
Cancellation  by  person  who  signs  it  before  he  deli- 
vers it  out  of  custody  (§  50). 

Bill  payable  on  demand. — If  presented  unstamped, 
person  to  whom  presented  may  affix  and  cancel 
and  deduct  duty  from  sum  in  paying  ;  but  not  to 
relieve  person  who  may  have  incurred  penalty 
(§  54). 

Bills  or  Notes.— Drawn  or  made  outs  of  United 
Kingdom — 

Person  before  he  presents  bill  or  note  for  payment, 

negotiates  or  pays  it,  to  affix  and  cancel. 
Provided — 
(a)  If  at  a  time  it  comes  to  hands  of  bona  fide 
holder  a  stamp  is  on  it  arid  cancelled,  it  shall  be 
deemed  duly  cancelled,  although  not  affixed  and 
cancelled  by  proper  person. 

(b.)  If  a  stamp  shall  be  on  it  and  not  duly  cancelled, 
bona  fide  holder  may  cancel  it,  and  it  shall  be 
deemed  duly  stamped  (§  51). 
Person  not  relieved  of  penalty  incurred  by  him  for 
not  cancelling  adhesive  stamp  (ib). 
Charter-Party. — Cancellation  by  person  by  whom 
it  is  last  executed,  or  by  whose    execution  it  is 
completed  as  a  binding  contract  (§  66). 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


43 


Contract  Note. — Cancellation  by  person  by  whom 

first  executed  (§  69). 
Certified  Copies  or  Extracts  from  Registers 

of  Births,  &c. — Cancellation  by  person  signing 

before  lie  delivers  the  same  out  of  his  hands  (§  80). 
Delivery  Orders  and  Warrant  for  Goods. — 

Cancellation  by  the  person  by  whom  made  (§  89). 
Lease  for  any  definite  term  less  than  a  year  of — 
(1.)  Dwelling-house,  &c,  at  a  rate  not  exceeding 

£10  per  annum. 
(2.)  Any  furnished  house  or  apartments,   also   a 

duplicate  of  such  instrument. 
Cancellation  by  person  by  whom  first  executed  (§  99). 
Person  who  executes  or  prepares  lease,  the  duty  on 

which  may  be  denoted  by  adhesive  stamp,  and 

which  is  not,  at  or  before  execution,  duly  stamped, 

penalty  £5  (§  100,  1).     Penalty  not  incurred  in 

respect  of  letters  and  correspondence  (§  100,  2). 
Notarial  Act  and  Protest  of  a  Bill  or  Promissory 

Note. — Cancellation  by  notary  (§  116). 
Policy  of  Insurance  on  Life,  and  compensation 

for  accident. — Cancellation  by  person  who   first 

executes  (§  119). 

Proxy  and  Voting  Paper — liable  to  duty  of  Id. 
Cancellation  by  person  by  whom  first  executed 
(§  102,  2). 

Receipt. — Cancellation  by  person  who  gives  (§  121). 

Request  to  Purser  or  Officer  of  Mining  Com- 
pany on  cost  book  system  to  enter  or  register  trans- 
fer of  share  or  part  of  share  on  notice  of  such  transfer. 
Cancellation  by  person  who  writes  (§  128). 

General  Direction  as  to  the  Cancellation 
of  Adhesive  Stamps. 
§  24.  (1.)  An  instrument,  the  duty  upon  which  is 
required,  or  permitted  by  law,  to  be  denoted  by  an 
adhesive  stamp,  is  not  to  be  deemed  duly  stamped 
with  an  adhesive  stamp  unless  the  person  required 
by  law  to  cancel  such  adhesive  stamp  cancels  the 
same  by  writing  on  or  across  the  stamp  his  name 
or  initials,  or  the  name  or  initials  of  his  firm,  to- 
gether with  the  true  date  of  his  so  writing,  so  that 
the  stamp  may  be  effectually  cancelled,  and  ren- 
dered incapable  of  being  used  for  any  other  instru- 
ment, or  unless  it  is  otherwise  proved  that  the 
stamp  appearing  on  the  instrument  was  affixed 
thereto  at  the  proper  time. 
Penally  for  neglect  or  refusal,  £10. — (2.)  Every 
person  who,  being  required  by  law  to  cancel  an  ad- 
hesive stamp,  wilfully  neglects  or  refuses  duly  to  do 
so  in  manner  aforesaid,  shall  forfeit  the  sum  of  £10. 
Penalty  for  frauds  in  relation  to  adhesive  stamps, 
or  to  any  duty,  £50  (§  25). — Any  person  who — 
(1.)  Fraudulently  removes  or  causes  to  be  removed 
from  any  instrument  any  adhesive  stamp,  or  affixes 
any  adhesive  stamp  which  has  been  so  removed  to 
any  other  instrument,  with  intent  that  such  stamp 
may  be  used  again  : 
(2.)  Sells  or  offers  for  sale,  or  utters,  any  adhesive 
stamp  which  has  been  so  removed,  or  utters  any 
instrument  having  thereon  any  adhesive  stamp 
which  has  to  his  knowledge  been  so  removed  as 
aforesaid : 
<f3.)  Practises  or  is  concerned  in  any  fraudulent  act, 
contrivance,  or  device  not  specially  provided  fov, 
with  intent  to  defraud  Her  Majesty,  her  heirs  or 
successors,  of  any  duty ; 


Shall  forfeit,  over  and  above  any  other  penalty  to 
which  he  may  be  liable,  the  sum  of  £50. 


STAMPING  INSTRUMENTS  AFTER 
EXECUTION. 

Articles  of  Clerkship. — Duly  stamped  articles 
in  order  to  admission  in  inferior  court  may  be 
stamped  with  duty  to  make  up  £60,  and  shall  then 
be  sufficiently  stamped  for  admission  into  Court  of 
Session,  &c.  (§  42). 

With  this  exception,  articles  of  clerkship  are  not  to 
be  stamped  after -the  expiration  of  six  months  from 
the  date,  except  on  payment  of  the  penalties  as 
follows : — 

(1.)  If  brought  to  be  stamped  within  one  year  after 
date,  £10. 

(2.)  If  so  brought  after  one  year  and  within  five 
years  after  date ;  for  every  year,  and  also  for  any 
additional  part  of  a  year,  elapsed  since  the  date,£10. 

(3.)  In  every  other  case,  £50  (§  43). 
Bills  and  Notes  having  an  impressed  stamp  of  suf- 
ficient amount  but  improper  denomination  may  be 
stamped,  if  not  then  payable,  penalty  £2  ;  if  pay- 
able, penalty  £10.  With  these  exceptions,  not  to 
be  stamped  after  execution  (§  53). 
Charter-Party. 

Within  seven  days  after  first  execution,  penalty 
4s.  6d. 

After  seven  days,  and  within  a  month,  penalty  £10. 

In  any  other  case,  cannot  be  stamped  (§  68). 

If  executed  abroad,  any  party  to  it  may,  within  ten 
days  after  receipt  in  United  Kingdom,  affix  and 
cancel  adhesive  stamp  (§  67). 
Attested  Copies,  or  Extracts  of  or  from — 

(1.)  An  instrument  chargeable  with  duty ; 

(2.)  An  original  will,  testament,  or  codicil ; 

(3.)  The  probate  or  probate  copy  of  a  will  or  codicil; 

(4.)  Letters  of  administration,  or  a  confirmation  of 
a  testament ; 

May  be  stamped  within  fourteen  days  after  date  of 
attestation  or  authentication,  without  penalty 
(§19). 
Foreign  Securities. — The  Board  of  Inland  Re- 
venue may  at  any  time,  without  reference  to  date, 
allow  them  to  be  stamped  without  penalty  upon 
being  satisfied  they  were  not  made  or  issued,  and 
have  not  been  transferred,  assigned,  or  negotiated, 
and  no  interest  paid  on  them,  within  the  United 
Kingdom  (§  115). 
Policy  of  Insurance  made  or  executed  out  of  the 
United  Kingdom,  but  enforceable  in  the  United 
Kingdom,  maybe  stamped  within  two  months  after 
it  has  been  first  received  in  the  United  Kingdom, 
without  penalty  (§  117,  2). 
Receipt  may  be  stamped  with  impressed  stamp — 

1.  Within  fourteen  days  after  given,  penalty  £5. 

2,  After  fourteen  days,  and  within  a  month,  penalty 
£10. 

In  any  other  case,  not  to  be  stamped  (§  122). 
Instruments  as  to  which  no  express  provision  to 

prohibit. 
Instruments  on  payment  of  duty  and  penalty  q/"£10; 

if  duty  exceeds  £10,  also  interest  on  it  (§  15,  1). 

Except  where  express  provision  to  the  contrary  is 

made  by  this  or  any  other  Act,  any  unstamped  or 


44 


STAMP  DUTIES. 


insufficiently  stamped  instrument  may  be  stamped 
after  the  execution  thereof,  on  payment  of  the 
unpaid  duty,  and  a  penalty  of  £10,  and  also  by 
way  of  further  penalty,  where  the  unpaid  duty  ex- 
ceeds £10,  of  interest  on  such  duty,  at  the  rate  of 
£5  per  centum  per  annum,  from  the  day  upon 
which  the  instrument  was  first  executed  up  to  the 
time  when  such  interest  is  equal  in  amount  to  the 
■unpaid  duty. 

And  the  payment  of  any  penalty  or  penalties  is  to 
be  denoted  on  the  instrument  by  a  particular  stamp, 

Proviso. — (2.)  Provided  as  follows: — 

Instruments  executed  abroad  within  two  months 
after  being  received  in  the  United  Kingdom  without 
penalty. —  (a.)  Any  unstamped  or  insufficiently 
stamped  instrument,  which  has  been  first  executed 
at  any  place  out  of  the  United  Kingdom,  may  be 
stamped  at  any  time  within  two  months  after  it 
has  been  first  received  in  the  United  KiDgdom,  on 
payment  of  the  unpaid  duty  only. 

Board  may  remit  penalties  within  twelve  months. — 
(b.)  The  Commissioners  may,  if  they  think  fit,  at 
any  time  within  twelve  months  after  the  first  exe- 
cution of  any  instrument,  remit  the  penalty  or 
penalties,  or  any  part  thereof. 

Unstamped  or  insufficiently  stamped  instruments 
produced  in  Court,  if  duty  and  penalty  be  paid  to 
officer  of  Court,  may  be  received  in  evidence. — § 
16.  (1.)  Upon  the  production  of  an  instrument 
chargeable  with  any  duty  as  evidence  in  any  court 
of  civil  judicature  in  any  part  of  the  United  King- 
dom, the  officer  whose  duty  it  is  to  read  the  in- 
strument shall  call  the  attention  of  the  judge  to 
any  omission  or  insufficiency  of  the  stamp  thereon, 
and  if  the  instrument  is  one  which  may  legally  be 
stamped  after  the  execution  thereof,  it  may,  on 
payment  to  the  officer  of  the  amount  of  the  unpaid 
duty,  and  the  penalty  payable  by  law  on  stamping 
the  same  as  aforesaid,  and  of  a  further  sum  of  £1, 
be  received  in  evidence,  saving  all  just  exceptions 
on  other  grounds. 

The  officer  of  the  Court  to  account  for  duties  and 
penalties. — (2.)  The  officer  receiving  the  said  duty 
and  penalty  shall  give  a  receipt  for  the  same,  and 
make  an  entry  in  a  book  kept  for  that  purpose  of 
the  payment  and  of  the  amount  thereof,  and  shall 
communicate  to  the  commissioners  the  Dame  or 
title  of  the  cause  or  proceeding  in  which,  and  of 
the  party  from  whom  he  received  the  said  duty 
and  penalty,  and  the  date  and  description  of  the 
instrument,  and  shall  pay  over  to  the  Receiver- 
General  of  Inland^Revenue,  or  to  such  other  person 
as  the  commissioners  may  appoint,  the  money  re- 
ceived by  him  for  the  said  duty  and  penalty. 

Commissioners  to  stamp  instrument. — (3)  Upon 
production  to  the  commissioners  of  any  instrument 
in  respect  of  which  any  duty  or  penalty  has  been 
paid  as  aforesaid,  together  with  the  receipt  of  the 
said  officer,  the  payment  of  such  duty  and  penalty 
shall  be  denoted  on  such  instrument  accordingly. 

ADJUDICATION. 
Doubts  as  to  Sufficiency  of  Stamps  may  be 

Removed. 

The  commissioners  may  be  required  to  express  their 

opinion  as  to  duty.     Mode  and  effect  of  proceeding. 

— §  18.     (1.)  Subject  to  such  regulations  as  the 

commissioners  may  think  fit  to  make,  the   com- 


missioners may  be  required  by  any  person  to  express 
their  opinion  with  reference  to  any  executed  in- 
strument upon  the  following  questions: — 

(a.)  Whether  it  is  chargeable  with  any  duty : 

(6.)  With  what  amount  of  duty  it  is  chargeable. 

(c.)  If  the  commissioners  are  of  opinion  that  the 
instrument  is  not  chargeable  with  any  duty,  such 
instrument  may  be  stamped  with  a  particular  stamp 
denoting  that  it  is  not  chargeable  with  any  duty. 

(3.)  If  the  commissioners  are  of  opinion  that  the 
instrument  is  chargeable  with  duty,  they  shall 
assess  the  duty  with  which  it  is  in  their  opinion 
chargeable,  and  if  or  when  the  instrument  is  dnly 
stamped  in  accordance  with  the  assessment  of  the 
commissioners,  it  may  be  also  stamped  with  a  par- 
ticular stamp  denoting  that  it  is  duly  stamped. 

(4.)  Every  instrument  stamped  with  the  particular 
stamp  denoting  either  that  it  is  not  chargeable 
with  any  duty,  or  is  duly  stamped,  shall  be  admis- 
sible in  evidence,  and  available  for  all  purposes, 
notwithstanding  any  objection  relating  to  duty. 

(5.)  Provided  as  follows : — 

(a.)  Instrument  to  be  stamped  according  to  opinion. 

— An  instrument  upon  which  duty  has  been  assessed 
by  commissioners  shall  not,  if  it  is  unstamped  or 
insufficiently  stamped,  be  stamped  otherwise  than 
in  accordance  with  assessment  of  commissioners. 

(b.)  Securities  without  limit  not  to  be  adjudicated. — 
Nothing  in  this  section  contained  extends  to  any 
instrument  chargeable  with  duty,  and  made  as  a 
security  for  money  or  stock  without  limit. 

(c.)  Also  instruments  which  cannot  be  stamped. — 
Nothing  in  this  section  contained  shall  be  deemed 
to  authorize  the  stamping  after  the  execution 
thereof  of  any  instrument  prohibited  by  law  from 
being  so  stamped. 

Person  dissatisfied  may  appeal — §  19.  (1.)  Any 
person  who  is  dissatisfied  with  the  assessment  of 
the  commissioners  made  in  pursuance  of  the  last 
preceding  section  may,  within  twenty-one  days 
after  the  date  of  such  assessment,  and  on  payment 
of  duty  in  conformity  therewith,  appeal  against 
such  assessment  to  Her  Majesty's  Court  of  Exche- 
quer in  England,  Scotland,  or  Ireland,  according  to 
the  country  in  which  the  case  has  arisen,  and  may 
for  that  purpose  require  the  commissioners  to  state 
and  sign  a  case,  setting  forth  the  question  upon 
which  their  opinion  was  required,  and  the  assess- 
ment made  by  them. 

Mode  oj  proceeding.— (2  )  The  commissioners  shall 
thereupon  state  and  sign  a  case  accordingly,  and 
deliver  the  same  to  the  person  by  whom  it  is  re- 
quired, and  on  his  application  such  case  may  be 
set  down  for  hearing  in  the  proper  court. 

(3.)  Upon  the  hearing  of  such  case  (due  notice  of 
which  is  to  be  given  to  the  commissioners)  the 
court  shall  determine  the  question  submitted,  and, 
if  the  instrument  in  question  is  in  the  opinion  of 
the  court  chargeable  with  any  duty,  shall  assess 
the  duty  with  which  it  is  so  chargeable. 

(4.)  If  it  is  decided  by  the  court  that  the  assessment 
of  the  commissioners  is  erroneous,  any  excessof 
duty  which  may  have  been  paid  in  conformity 
with  such  erroneous  assessment,  together  with  any 
penalty  which  may  have  been  paid  in  consequence 
thereof,  shall  be  ordered  by  the  court  to  be  repaid 
bv  the  commissioners  to  the  appellant,  together 
w'ith  the  costs  incurred  by  him  in  relation  to  the 
appeal. 


STAMP   DUTIES. 


45 


[5.)  But  if  the  assessment  of  commissioners  is  con- 
firmed by  court,  the  costs  incurred  by  commis- 
sioners in  relation  to  the  appeal  shall  be  ordered 
by  the  court  to  be  paid  by  appellant  to  the  com- 
missioners. 

The  commissioners  may  call  for  and  refuse  to  pro- 
ceed without  evidence. —  §  20.  (1.)  In  any  case 
of  application  to  the  commissioners  with  reference 
to  any  instrument,  the  commissioners  may  require 
to  be  furnished  with  an  abstract  of  the  instrument, 
and  also  with  such  evidence  as  they  may  deem 
necessary,  in  order  to  show  to  their  satisfaction 
whether  all  the  facts  and  circumstances  affecting 
the  liability  of  the  instrument  to  duty,  or  the 
amount  of  the  duty  chargeable  thereon,  are  fully 
and  truly  set  forth  therein,  and  may  refuse  to 
proceed  upon  any  such  application  until  such  ab- 
stract and  evidence  has  been  furnished  accordingly. 

Affidavit  not  to  be  used  otherwise.  Person  paying 
full  duty  relieved  of  penalty,  <fc,  for  omission  to 
state  truly  in  instrument. — (2.)  Provided  that  no 
affidavit  or  statutory  declaration  made  in  pursuance 
of  this  section  shall  be  used  against  any  person 
making  the  same  in  any  proceeding  whatever, 
except  in  an  inquiry  as  to  the  duty  with  which  the 
instrument  to  which  it  relates  is  chargeable ;  and 
every  person  by  whom  any  such  affidavit  or  declara- 
tion is  made  shall,  on  payment  of  the  full  duty 
with  which  the  instrument  to  which  it  relates  is 
chargeable,  be  relieved  from  any  penalty,  forfeiture, 
or  disability  he  may  have  incurred  by  reason  of  the 
omission  te  state  truly  in  such  instrument  any  of 
the  facts  or  circumstances  aforesaid. 


DENOTING  STAMP. 

Duplicates  (§  93). — Conveyance  on  Sale  (§76). 
—Settlement  (§  126),  &c.  §  14.  Where  the 
duty  with  which  an  instrument  is  chargeable 
■■Jepends  in  any  manner  upon  the  duty  paid  upon 
another  instrument,  the  payment  of  such  last- 
ftientioned  duty  shall,  if  application  be  made  to  the 
commissioners  for  that  purpose,  and  on  production 
of  both  the  instruments,  he  denoted  in  such  manner 
as  the  commissioners  think  fit  upon  such  first- 
£ientioned  instrument. 

LICENSE  TO  SELL  STAMPS. 

i  erson  selling  stamps  must  have  a  license  from  the 
Commissioners  of  Inland  Revenue.  Applications 
for  license  may  be  addressed  to  the  Comptroller- 
General  of  Inland  Revenue  for  Scotland,  at  Edin- 
burgh. License  to  specify  Christian  name  and 
surname  and  place  of  abode,  and  specify  shop  or 
shops  where  stamps  are  to  be  sold.  Bond  to  be 
granted.  Not  to  sell  but  at  shops  licensed,  and 
not  hawk  (33  and  34  Vict.  c.  98,  §  §  5,  6,  7,  8, 
9,  10,  11).  Persons  in  the  employment  of  the 
Post  Office  to  sell  postage  stamps  without  license, 
and  carry  them  about  for  sale  (ib.  §  12). 


£  ISCOUNT  ON  THE  PURCHASE  OF  STAMPS. 

Upon  the  sale  of  stamps  such  discount  shall  be 
allowed  to  the  purchaser  thereof  as  the  Commis- 
sioners of  Her  Majesty's  Treasury  shall  direct  (33 
and  34  Vict.  c.  98,  §  13). 


[The  Treasury  have  sanctioned  the  continuance  for 
the  present  of  the  several  rates  of  discount  for- 
merly granted,  viz. : 

Purchasers  of  stamps  (except  receipt,  labels  for 
medicines,  and  postage-stamps)  at  London,  Edin- 
burgh, or  Dublin,  under  the  value  of  £10  each, 
but  to  the  value  of  £30  or  upwards  in  whole  are 
allowed  discount  at  the  rate  of  30s.  per  cent' (12 
and  13  Vict.  c.  80).  The  like  discount  is  allowed 
to  any  person  lodging  at  Edinburgh,  paper  or 
forms  containing  printed  matter  only,  to  be  im- 
pressed with  stamp  duties  under  the  value  of  £10 
each,  but  to  the  value  of  £30  or  upwards  in  whole. 

To  persons  who  at  one  time  shall  produce  at  the 
office  of  Inland  Revenue  in  London  (Edinburgh) 
or  Dublin,  paper  to  be  stamped  with,  or  shall 
purchase  at  the  office  in  London,  Edinburgh,  or 
Dublin,  stamps  to  the  amount  of  £2  or  upwards, 
or  of  any  distributor  of  stamps  at  any  place  not 
within  ten  miles  from  the  said  offices,  stamps  to 
the  amount  of  £1  or  upwards,  denoting  any  duty 
not  exceeding  Is.  on  bills  of  exchange,  drafts  or 
orders,  or  promissory  notes,  or  stamps,  for  denoting 
the  duty  of  Id.  (except  postage- stamps),  an  allow- 
ance shall  be  made  of  lOd.  for  every  20s.  of  the 
duties  denoted  by  such  stamps  (23  and  24  Vict.  c. 
Ill,  §  3).  No  person  selling  such  stamps  shall 
charge  for  the  paper  whereon  the  same  are  im- 
pressed: penalty,  £10.  (17  and  18  Vict.  c.  83. 
§  25).] 

EXCHANGING  SPOILED  STAMPS. 

STAMP   DUTIES  MANAGEMENT   ACT,  1870. 

(33  and  34  Vict.  c.  98). 
Allowance  for  Spoiled  Stamps. — §14.     The  com- 
missioners may  make  regulations  regarding  alio  wance 
for  stamps  spoiled  in  the  following  cases,  viz.:   — 

Instruments  not  executed. — (1.)  Inadvertently  and 
undesignedly  spoiled,  obliterated,  or  by  any  means 
rendered  unfit  for  the  purpose  intended: 

Adhesive  stamps. — (2.)  Any  never  used  nor  affixed 
to  any  material,  but  inadvertently  and  undesignedly 
spoiled  or  rendered  unfit  for  use  : 

Bills  and  Notes. — (3.)  Signed  by  ihe  drawer,  but 
not  delivered  out  of  his  hands  to  the  payee,  or  any 
person  on  his  behalf,  or  deposited  with  any  person 
as  a  security  for  the  payment  of  money,  or  in  any 
way  negotiated,  issued,  or  put  in  circulation,  or 
made  use  of  in  any  other  manner  whatever  and 
which  being  a  bill  has  not  been  accepted  by  the 
drawee,  and  does  not  bear  any  signature  intended 
as  or  for  the  acceptance : 

(4.)  Signed  by  or  on  behalf  of  the  drawer  thereof, 
but  which  from  any  omission  or  error  has  been 
spoiled  or  rendered  useless,  although  the  same, 
being  a  bill  of  exchange,  may  have  been  presented 
for  acceptance  or  accepted  or  endorsed,  or,  being  a 
promissory-note,  may  have  been  delivered  to  the 
payee,  provided  that  another  completed  and  duly 
stamped  bill  or  note  is  produced  identical  in  every 
particular,  except  in  correction  of  such  error  or 
omission  as  aforesaid,  with  the  spoiled  bill  or  note : 

(5.)  The  following  executed  instruments — 

(a.)  Presentation  to  an  ecclesiastical  benefice  not 
followed  by  institution : 

(6.)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  but  afterwards 
found  to  be  absolutely  void  in  law  fro'n  the  begin- 


4C 


STAMP  DUTIES. 


(c.)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  but  afterwards 
found  unfit  by  reason  of  any  error  or  mistake 
therein  for  the  purpose  originally  intended : 

(tfe)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  but  which,  by 
reason  of  the  death  of  any  person  by  wh®m  it  is 
necessary  that  it  should  be  executed,  without 
having  executed  the  same,  or  of  the  refusal  of  any 
such  person  to  execute  the  same,  or  to  advance 
any  money  intended  to  be  thereby  secured,  cannot 
be  completed  so  as  to  effect  the  intended  trans- 
action in  the  form  proposed : 

(e.)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  which,  for 
want  of  the  execution  thereof  by  some  material 
and  necessary  party,  and  his  inability  or  refusal 
to  sign  the  same,  is  in  fact  incomplete  and  in- 
sufficient for  the  purpose  for  which  it  was  intended: 

(,/)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  which,  by 
reason  of  the  refusal  of  any  person  to  act  under 
the  same,  or  by  the  refusal  or  non-acceptance  of 
any  office  thereby  granted,  totally  fails  of  the  in- 
tended purpose : 

(^.)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  which,  for 
want  of  enrolment  or  registration  within  the  time 
required  by  law,  becomes  null  and  void : 

(^.)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  which  becomes 
useless  in  consequence  of  the  transaction  intended 
to  be  thereby  effected,  being  effected  by  some  other 
instrument  duly  stamped: 

ti.~)  Executed  by  any  party  thereto,  which  is  inad- 
vertently and  undesignedly  spoiled,  and  in  lieu 
whereof  another  instrument  made  between  the 
same  parties  and  for  the  same  purpose  is  executed 
and  duly  stamped: 

Vovided : — 

(1.)  Executed  Instruments — 

(a.)  The  instrument  is  given  up  to  be  cancelled : 

(6.)  The  application  is  made  within  six  months  after 
the  date  of  the  instrument,  or,  if  not  dated,  within 
six  months  after  the  execution  by  the  person  by 
whom  it  was  first  or  alone  executed.  Except,  1. 
Where,  from  unavoidable  circumstances,  any  in- 
strument for  which  another  instrument  has  been 
substituted  cannot  be  given  up  to  be  cancelled 
within  the  aforesaid  period,  and  in  that  case  witbin 
six  months  after  the  date  or  execution  of  the  sub- 
stituted instrument ;  2.  Where  the  spoiled  instru- 
ment has  become  void  for  want  of  enrolment  or 
registration,  and  in  that  case  within  six  months 
next  after  it  has  so  become  void ;  3.  Where  the 
spoiled  instrument  has  been  sent  abroad,  and  in 
that  case  within  six  months  after  it  has  been 
received  back  in  any  part  of  the  United  Kingdom  : 

/!.')  No  action  has  been  brought  or  suit  commenced 
in  which  the  instrument  could  or  would  have  been 
given  or  offered  in  evidence : 

(2.)  Unexecuted  Instruments. — In  the  case  of 
stamped  material,  not  having  any  executed  in- 
strument written  thereon,  and  of  an  adhesive 
stamp  not  affixed  to  any  material,  the  application 
5s  made  within  six  months  after  the  stamp  has 
been  spoiled. 


Misused  Stamps. — §  15.  Stamp  used  of  greater 
value  than  was  necessary,  or  stamp  inadvertently 
used  for  an  instrument  not  liable  to  any  duty,  applica- 
tion within  six  months  after  the  date  of  the  instru- 
ment, or,  if  it  is  not  dated,  within  six  months  after 
the  execution.  The  instrument  liable  to  duty  to  be 
restamped  with  the  proper  duty.  The  misused  stamp 
to  be  cancelled  and  allowed  as  spoiled. 

Alloivance,  how  to  be  made. — §  1 6.  The  commis- 
sioners may  give  in  lieu  other  stamps  of  the  same 
denomination  and  value,  or  if  required,  and  they 
think  proper,  stamps  of  any  other  denomination  to 
the  same  amount  in  value,  or,  at  their  discretion,  the 
same  value  in  money,  deducting  the  proper  allowance 
on  the  purchase  of  stamps  of  the  like  description. 

Stamps  not  wanted  may  he  repurchased  by  the 
Commissioners. — §  17.  A  stamp  not  spoiled  or  ren- 
dered unfit  or  useless  for  the  purpose  intended,  but 
for  which  the  person  has  no  immediate  use,  the  com- 
missioners may,  if  they  in  their  discretion  think  fit, 
repay  the  amount  in  money,  deducting  the  proper 
discount.  The  stamp  to  be  delivered  up  to  be  can- 
celled, and  satisfactory  proof  to  be  given  that  it  was 
purchased  by  him  with  a  bona  fide  intention  to  be 
used,  and  that  the  applicant  has  paid  the  full  value 
thereof  without  any  deduction  (except  only  the  amount 
of  such  discount),  and  that  the  stamp  was  so  pur- 
chased within  the  period  of  six  months  next  preceding 
the  application  at  the  chief  office  or  at  one  of  the 
head  offices,  or  from  some  person  appointed  to  sell 
and  distribute  stamps  or  duly  licensed  to  deal  in 
stamps. 

As  to  the  exchange  of  Sea  Policies  of  Insurance, 

see  30  Vict.  c.  23,  §  17.    The  cases  for  allowing  are — 

(1.)  Where  policy  shall  be  inadvertently  filled  up 

in  an  incorrect  or  improper  manner; 
(2.)   Or  be  obliterated   or  otherwise    spoiled,   and 

rendered  unfit  for  use  ; 
(3.)  Or  shall  be  filled  up  for  some  insurances  which 

shall  not  be  proceeded  in,  and  the  same  shall  not 

be  signed  by  any  underwriter. 
Application  must  be  made  within  six  months  after 

the  policy  shall  be  spoiled  or  become  useless. 


INHABITED  HOUSE  DUTY. 

On  each  inhabited  dwelling-house  of  the  annual  value 
of  £20  or  upwards,  occupied  as  a  farm-house,  or 
any  shop  or  warehouse,  being  part  of  a  dwelling- 
house,  where  goods  are  exposed  for  sale  and  sold 
in  the  front  and  basement  story,  or  any  house 
which  is  licensed  for  the  sale  of  liquors  by  retail, 
or  which  is  occupied  as  a  hotel,  although  not 
licensed  for  the  sale  of  liquors,  a  duty  of  6d.  per 
pound;   all  others,  9d. 

Exemptions. — Any  house  occupied  for  the  purpose 
of  trade  only,  or  as  a  warehouse  for  the  sole  pur- 
pose of  lodging  goods,  or  used  as  a  shop  or  count- 
ing-house, where  a  servant  may  dwell  for  tho 
protection  thereof. 


INCOME  TAX,  &c. 


47 


PROPERTY  AND  INCOME  TAX. 

[Acts  5  and  6  Vict.  c.  35 ;  14  and  15  Vict.  c.  12 ;  16  and  17  Vict.  c.  34;  17  and  18  Vict.  c.  10  and  c. 
24;  18  and  19  Vict.  c.  20  ;  19  and  20  Vict.  c.  80  ;  20  Vict.  c.  6  ;  22  and  23  Vict.  c.  18  ;  23  Vict.  c.  14; 
24  Vict.  c.  20 ;  25  Vict.  c.  22  ;  26  Vict.  c.  22  ;  26  and  27  Vict.  c.  33 ;  27  Vict.  c.  18 ;  28  Vict.  c.  30 ; 
29  Vict.  c.  36  ;  30  Vict.  c.  23  ;  31  Vict.  c.  2  ;  31  and  32  Vict.  c.  28 ;  32  and  33  Vict.  c.  14;  33  and  34 
Vict.  c.  32 ;  34  and  35  Vict.  c.  21 ;  35  and  36  Vict.  c.  20  ;  36  Vict.  c.  18.] 


Schedule  A. — {Real  Property.')  On  each  20s.  of 
annual  value  of  lands,  tenements,  and  heritages, 
in  respect  of  the  property,  -         -         -     5d. 

Schedule  B. — {Occupancy  of  Real  Property.")  On 
each  20s.  of  annual  value  of  lands,  tenements,  and 
heritages  (other  than  a  dwelling-house  separate 
from  a  farm),  in  Scotland,  in  respect  of  the 
occupancy,   ------     1&&. 

Schedule  C. — {Public  Funds.)  On  each  20s.  of 
annual  amount  of  profits  from  interest,  annuities, 
dividends  and  shares  of  annuities,  payable  out  of 
the  public  revenue,  -         -         -         -         -     5d. 

Schedule  D. — {Trades  and  Professions.)  On  each 
20s.  of  annual  amount  of  gains,  profits,  or  returns, 
from  trades,  professions,  employments,  or  vocations, 
or  from  personal  or  other  property  not  included  in 
Schedules  A,  B,  C,  or  E,  -         -         -         -     5d. 

Schedule  E. — {Public  Salaries.)  On  each  20s.  of 
annual  amount  of  salaries,  pensions,  or  annuities, 
paid  out  of  the  public  revenue,  or  for  public  offices 
or  employments,       _____     5,}. 

Exemption  and   Abatement. — Under   the  Act  39 


Vict.  c.  16,  sect.  8,  persons  whose  whole  incomes 
from  every  source  are  less  than  £150  a  year  are 
exempted.  Persons  whose  incomes  amount  to 
£150  a  year,  but  to  less  than  £400  a  year,  are 
entitled  to  an  abatement  equal  to  the  duty  upon 
£120  of  their  income. 

Deductions. — Deduction  is  allowed,  when  claimed, 
of  any  annual  premium  (not  exceeding  one- sixth 
part  of  the  claimant's  income  from  every  source) 
paid  for  insurance,  or  deferred  annuity,  on  the 
claimant's  own  or  his  wife's  life,  to  any  insurance 
company  in  existence  on  1st  November,  1844,  or 
registered  pursuant  to  Act  7  and  8  Vict.  c.  110  ; 
or  of  any  annual  payment  made  under  Act  of 
Parliament  to  a  widow's  or  children's  fund. 

By  the  Act  19  and  20  Vict.  c.  80,  landlords  in 
Scotland  are  entitled  to  relief  (either  by  abate- 
ment or  by  repayment)  from  any  amount  of  In- 
come Tax  which  may  be  assessed  upon  them  in 
respect  of  the  annual  value  of  such  rates,  taxes, 
assessments,  and  public  burdens,  as  may  be  charged 
upon  them  and  not  charged  upon  landlords  in 
England. 


MESSENGEBS    AT    ARMS. 
[Notaries  Public  are  indicated  by  n,  Agents  or  Procurators  by  a.] 


ABERDEENSHIRE. 

Aberdeen — Alexander  Leslie,  John 

Milne. 
Frazerburgh — Wm.  Rushmore. 
Huntly — James  M'Kinnon. 
Turriff—  James  D.  M'Nee. 

ARGYLLSHIRE. 

Oban — Robert  Macfarlane. 

AYRSHIRE. 

Ayr — Robert  Fergusson,  William 

Dunlop. 
Kilmarnock — D.  A.  M'Burney,  A. 

Carmichael. 

BANFFSHIRE. 

Keith — George  Taylor. 

CAITHNESS-SHIRE. 

Thurso — James  Cunn. 
Wick — Robert  Sinclair. 

DUMBARTONSHIRE. 

Dumbarton — John  Dewar. 

DUMFRIESSHIRE. 

Dumfries—  Charles  M'Kie. 

EDINBURGHSHIRE. 

Edinburgh  —  Andrew       Webster, 
Robert  Gardiner,  George  Nicol- 


son,  Henry  A.  Dewar,  J.  Hogg, 
W.  M.  MacQueen. 

ELGINSHIRE. 

Elgin — W.  Minty. 

FIFESHIRE. 

Cupar-Fife— H.  C.  Clark. 

FORFARSHIRE. 

Dundee — James    S.    Mills;    John 

Matthew,  James  M'Donald. 
Arbroath — John  Herald. 
Montrose — D.  D.  Batchelor. 
Forfar — John  Gowns. 

INVERNESS-SHIRE. 

Grantown — John  Grant. 
North  Uist— Rod.  M'Donald. 
Inverness — Jas.  Cameron,  Donald 
Bain,  Alexander  Macdonald. 

KINCARDINESHIRE. 

Stonehaven — John  Brown. 

KIRKCUDBRIGHT  STEWARTRY. 

Kirkcudbright — W.  Nicholson. 

LANARKSHIRE. 

Lanarh — John  Currie. 
Airdrie — George  Gentles. 
Coatbridge — Henry  M'Lachlan. 


Glasgow — Peter  Peterson,  Johr 
W.  Beale,  Donald  M'Tavish, 
Hugh  Freeland,  James  Rule. 
Gilbert  Fleming,  John  Ewing, 
John  B.  Anderson,  A.  Lamont, 
P.  Scott,  R.  Morgan.  D.  Mac- 
donald, A.  Morton,  J.  T.  Smith, 
Angus  M'Lachlan,  Jn.  Fenwick. 

Hamilton — George  Kemp. 

Wishaw — William  Thomson. 

PERTHSHIRE. 

Dunblane— T.  M'Cullocb. 
Perth — Jas.  Rollo,  Jas.  Hutton. 

RENFREWSHIRE. 

Greenock — W.  Shearer,  W.  Munro, 

Alex.  Scott. 
Newton-Meams — W.  C.  Mackie. 
Paisley — Alex.  M'Kechnie. 

ROSS-SHIRE. 

Dingwall — John    Macrae,    Alex 

Munro. 
Tain — D.  Macdonald. 

ROXBURGHSHIRE     AND 
SELKIRKSHIRE. 

Jedburgh — H.  A.  Carruthers,  W 
Melville. 

STIRLINGSHIRE. 

Falkirk — James  Lindsay. 


RE-DIVIDED   AND   ALTERED  WARDS  OF  TEE  CITY  AND  ROYAL  BURGH  OF  GLASGOW, 

And  the  order  in  which  each  of  the  Re-arranged  or  Altered  Wards  has  been  substituted 
for  each  of  the  existing  Wards,  in 
Returning  Members  to  the  Town  Council  in  lieu  of  those  who  Retire  by  rotation. 

Note. — The  Boundaries  of  the  existing  or  former  Wards  for  Parliamentary  Election  Purposes  have  not  been 

altered  by  this  Re-division. 


FIRST  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  compre- 
hended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the  centre 
of  London  Road  where  the  same  is  intersected  by  the 
Eastern  Parliamentary  Franchise  Boundary  Line, 
Westward  along  the  centres  of  London  Road,  Canning 
Street,  and  Great  Hamilton  Street,  to  a  point  oppo- 
site the  centre  of  the  North  end  of  Binnie  Place  ; 
thence  South-westward  in  a  straight  line  along  Bin- 
nie Place  and  through  Glasgow  Green  to  a  point  in 
the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde,  where  the  same  is 
intersected  by  the  centre  of  the  line  of  St.  Andrew's 
Suspension  Bridge  ;  thence  up  the  centre  of  the  River 
Clyde  to  a  point  opposite  where  the  same  is  joined  by 
Harvie's  Dyke ;  thence  in  a  straight  line  along  the 
Parliamentary  Franchise  Boundary  Line  to  a  point 
where  the  same  intersects  the  centre  of  London  Road, 
the  point  first  before  described. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

SECOND  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  Carntyne  Road  where  the  same  is  intersected 
by  the  Eastern  Parliamentary  Franchise  Boundary 
Line,  Westward  along  the  centres  of  Carntyne  Road 
and  Duke  Street  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of 
Bellgrove  Street ;  thence  Southward  along  the  centres 
of  Bellgrove  Street,  Abercromby  Street,  and  Clyde 
Street,  to  the  centre  of  Canning  Street;  thence  East- 
ward along  the  centres  of  Canning  Street  and  London 
Road  to  a  point  where  London  Road  is  intersected  by 
the  Eastern  Parliamentary  Franchise  Boundary  Line ; 
thence  North-eastward  along  said  Boundary  Line  to  a 
point  on  the  Road  to  Edinburgh,  by  Airdrie,  which  is 
distant  one  hundred  yards,  measured  along  said  Road 
to  the  East  of  the  point  at  which  the  same  is  joined 
by  the  Road  to  Edinburgh  through  the  Village  of 
Westmuir;  thence  North-westward  along  said  Boun- 
dary Line  to  a  point  where  the  same  intersects  the 
centre  of  Carntyne  Road,  the  point  first  before 
described. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

THIRD  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  Election  Purposes  only. 
That  portion  oi  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 


prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  the  Cross  of 
Glasgow,  Eastward  along  the  centre  of  Gallowgate 
Street  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  Bellgrove 
Street ;  thence  Northward  along  the  centre  of  Bell- 
grove Street  to  the  centre  of  Duke  Street ;  thence 
Eastward  along  the  centres  of  Duke  Street  and  Carn- 
tyne Road  to  a  point  where  Carntyne  Road  is  in- 
tersected by  the  Eastern  Parliamentary  Franchise 
Boundary  Line  ;  thence  North-westward  along  said 
Boundary  Line  to  a  point  in  the  centre  of  the  Low 
Garngad  Road,  which  is  distant  one  hundred  and  fifty 
yards,  measured  along  said  Road  to  the  East  of  the 
Bridge  over  the  Germiston  Burn ;  thence  Westward 
along  said  Boundary  Line  in  the  centre  of  the  Low 
Garngad  Road  to  the  centre  of  the  Bridge  over  the 
Cut  of  Junction  Canal  in  the  line  of  Castle  Street ; 
thence  Southward  along  the  centre  of  said  Bridge, 
Castle  Street,  Kirk  Street,  and  High  Street,  to 
the  Cross  of  Glasgow,  the  point  first  before 
described. 

(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  for  Parliamentary 
Election  Purposes  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

For  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 

That  portion  of  the  Parliamentary  Burgh  of  Glas- 
gow immediately  before  described  as  the  Third  Ward 
or  District  for  Parliamentary  Election  purposes,  to- 
gether with  those  portions  of  the  City  and  Royal 
Burgh  comprehended  within  the  following  Bounda- 
ries, viz. : — 

1st.  A  Line  drawn  from  a  point  on  the  Parliamen- 
tary Boundary,  situate  two  hundred  and  seventy-two 
yards  or  thereby,measuring  in  a  North-easterly  direction 
from  the  North-east  corner  of  North  Haghill  House, 
and  passing  in  a  Northerly,  Easterly,  and  Northerly 
direction  along  the  march  between  Alexandra  Park 
and  the  Lands  of  Easter  Kennyhill,  to  the  South  side 
of  the  Towing  path  of  the  Monkland  Canal;  thence 
along  the  South  side  of  the  Towing  path  in  a  Westerly 
direction  for  a  distance  of  five  hundred  and  ninety 
yards  or  thereby,  till  it  meets  the  Parliamentary 
Boundary ;  thence  along  the  Parliamentary  Boundary 
in  a  straight  line  in  a  South-easterly  direction  to  the 
point  first  described. 

2nd.  A  Line  drawn  from  a  point  on  the  Parlia- 
mentary Boundary  of  Glasgow,  situate  in  Low  Garngad 
Road,  where  the  Garngad  or  Germiston  Burn  crosses 
that  Road,  and  following  the  Boundary  of  the  ancient 
Royalty  in  a  Northerly,  Easterly,  and  North-westerly 


RE-DIVIDED   AND   ALTERED   WARDS. 


49 


direction  till  it  reaches  tlie  centre  of  the  Road  leading 
from  Glasgow  to  Kirkintilloch  in  or  near  the  Village 
of  Springburn  ;  thence  in  a  Southerly  direction  along 
the  centre  of  the  Glasgow  and  Kirkintilloch  Road  to 
the  Bridge  over  the  Cut  of  Junction  Canal;  thence 
Eastward  along  the  centre  of  the  Low  Garngad  Road 
to  the  point  first  described. 

FOURTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  the  Cross  of 
Glasgow,  Southward  along  the  centres  of  Saltmarket 
Street  and  the  line  of  the  Albert  Bridge  to  a  point 
where  the  same  intersects  the  centre  of  the  River 
Clyde  ;  thence  up  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde  to  a 
point  where  the  same  is  intersected  by  the  centre  of 
the  line  of  St.  Andrew's  Suspension  Bridge ;  thence 
North-eastward  in  a  straight  line  to  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  Great  Hamilton  Street,  opposite  the  centre 
of  the  North  end  of  Biunie  Place ;  thence  Eastward 
along  the  centres  of  Great  Hamilton  Street  and  Can- 
ning Street  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  Clyde 
Street ;  thence  Northward  along  the  centres  of  Clyde 
Street  and  Abercromby  Street  to  the  centre  of  Gal- 
lowgate  Street ;  thence  Westward  along  the  centre  of 
Gallowgate  Street  to  the  Cross  of  Glasgow,  the  point 
first  before  described. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

FIFTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  Election  Purposes  only. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  the  line  of  Bridge  over  the  Cut  of  Junction 
Canal  in  the  line  of  Castle  Street,  where  the  same  is 
intersected  by  the  Northern  Parliamentary  Franchise 
Boundary  Line,  Westward  along  said  Boundary  Line 
in  the  centre  of  the  Cut  of  Junction  Canal  to  a 
point  opposite  the  centre  of  the  Stair  leading  from 
Canal  Bank  to  Port-Dundas  Road  ;  thence  Southward 
along  the  centres  of  said  Stair,  Port-Dundas  Road, 
and  Buchanan  Street,  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre 
of  Cathedral  Street ;  thence  Eastward  along  the 
centre  of  Cathedral  Street  to  the  centre  of  John 
Street ;  thence  Southward  along  the  centre  of 
John  Street  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  Rot- 
tenrow  Street ;  thence  Eastward  along  the  centre  of 
Rottenrow  Street  to  the  centre  of  the  line  of  High 
Street  and  Kirk  Street ;  thence  Northward  along  the 
centre  of  Kirk  Street,  Castle  Street,  and  the  Bridge 
over  the  Cut  of  Junction  Canal,  to  a  point  where 
said  Bridge  is  intersected  by  the  Northern  Parliamen- 
tary Franchise  Boundary  Line,  the  point  first  before 
described. 

(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  for  Parliamentary 
Election  Purposes  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

For  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  Parliamentary  Burgh  of  Glas- 
gow immediately  before  described  as  the  Fifth  Ward 
or  District  for  Parliamentary  Election  purposes,  to- 
gether with  that  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh 
comprehended  within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in 
the  centre  of  the  Bridge  over  the  Cut  of  Junction 
Canal  on  the  Glasgow  and  Kirkintilloch  Road  or 
Castle  Street,  in  a  Northerly  direction  along  the  centre 


of  said  Road  to  the  Boundary  Line  of  the  ancient 
Royalty  in  or  near  the  Village  of  Springburn  ;  thence 
following  the  Boundary  of  the  ancient  Royalty  in  a 
North-westerly,  Southerly,  and  Westerly  direction 
until  it  reaches  a  point  two  hundred  and  thirty  yards 
or  thereby,  measuring  in  a  North-westerly  direction 
from  the  North-west  corner  of  Cowlairs  Mansion 
House ;  thence  (leaving  the  said  Royalty  Boundary) 
in  a  Westerly  direction  in  a.  straight  line  for  a  dis- 
tance of  five  hundred  and  forty-three  yards  or  thereby 
till  it  again  meets  the  said  Royalty  Boundary  at  a 
point  ninety-three  yards  or  thereby,  measuring  in  a 
Northerly  direction  from  the  North-west  corner  of 
Craigbank  House  ;  thence  following  the  said  Royalty 
Boundary  in  a  Westerly  direction  to  the  centre  of  the 
Craighall  Road ;  thence  along  the  centre  of  the  Craig- 
hall  Road  in  a  Southerly  direction  to  the  Parliamen- 
tary Boundary,  in  the  centre  of  the  Bridge  over  the 
Forth  and  Clyde  Canal,  otherwise  called  the  Great 
Canal,  opposite  the  Northern  end  of  Ann  street;  thence 
following  the  Parliamentary  Boundary  in  an  Easterly, 
Southerly,  and  Easterly  direction  along  the  Great 
Canal  and  Cut  of  Junction,  to  the  point  first  de- 
scribed. 


SIXTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  the  centre  of  the 
line  of  the  Albert  Bridge  where  the  same  intersects 
the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde,  Northward  along  the 
centres  of  said  line  of  Bridge,  Saltmarket  Street,  and 
High  Street,  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  Rotten- 
row  Street ;  thence  Westward  along  the  centre  of 
Rottenrow  Street  to  the  centre  of  John  Street;  thence 
Southward  along  the  centre  of  John  Street  to  the 
centre  of  Ingram  Street ;  thence  Westward  along  the 
centre  of  Ingram  Street  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre 
of  Glassford  Street;  thence  Southward  along  the 
centres  of  Glassford  Street,  Stockwell  Street,  and  the 
line  of  Victoria  Bridge,  to  a  point  where  the  same  in- 
tersects the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde ;  thence  up  the 
centre  of  the  River  Clyde  to  the  centre  of  the  line  of 
the  Albert  Bridge,  the  point  first  before  described. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 


SEVENTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  the  line  of  Victoria  Bridge  where  the  same 
intersects  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde,  Northward 
along  the  centres  of  said  Bridge,  Stockwell  Street, 
and  Glassford  Street,  to  the  centre  of  Ingram  Street; 
thence  Eastward  along  the  centre  of  Ingram  Street  to 
a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  John  Street ;  thence 
Northward  along  the  centre '  of  John  Street  to  the 
centre  of  the  line  of  Stirling's  Road  and  Cathedral 
Street;  thence  Westward  along  the  centre  of  Cathedral 
Street  to  the  centre  of  Buchanan  Street ;  thence 
Southward  along  the  centres  of  Buchanan  Street,  St. 
Enoch  Square,  and  Dixon  Street,  and  prolonged  to 
the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde ;  thence  up  the  centre 
of  the  River  Clyde  to  the  centre  of  the  line  of  Victoria 
Bridge,  the  point  first  before  described. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 


50 


EE-DIVIDED   AND   ALTERED    WARDS, 


EIGHTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  the  River  Clyde  opposite  the  centre  of  the 
line  of  Dixon  Street,  Northward  along  the  centres  of 
Dixon  Street,  St.  Enoch  Square,  and  Buchanan  Street 
to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  Renfrew  Street ; 
thence  Westward  along  the  centre  of  Renfrew  Street 
to  the  centre  of  Hope  Street;  thence  Southward  along 
the  centre  of  Hope  Street  to  the  centre  of  Argyle 
Street;  thence  Westward  along  the  centre  of  Argyle 
Street  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  Oswald  Street ; 
thence  Southward  along  the  centre  of  Oswald  Street, 
and  prolonged  to  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde ;  thence 
up  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde  to  a  point  opposite 
the  centre  of  the  line  of  Dixon  Street,  the  point  first 
before  described. 

(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 


NINTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended withiD  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  the  River  Clyde  opposite  the  centre  of  the 
line  of  Oswald  Street,  Northward  along  the  centre  of 
Oswald  Street  to  the  centre  of  Argyle  Street;  thence 
Eastward  along  the  centre  of  Argyle  Street  to  a  point 
opposite  the  centre  of  Hope  Street ;  thence  Northward 
along  the  centre  of  Hope  Street  to  the  centre  of  Ren- 
frew Street;  thence  Westward  along  the  centre  of 
Renfrew  Street  to  the  centre  of  Scott  Street ;  thence 
Southward  along  the  centres  of  Scott  Street  and  Pitt 
Street  to  the  centre  of  Argyle  Street ;  thence  West- 
ward along  the  centre  of  Argyle  Street  to  a  point 
vhere  the  line  of  Argyle  Street  and  Main  Street, 
Anderston,  is  intersected  by  the  Western  Royalty 
Boundary  Line,  opposite  the  Royalty  Stone  No.  209, 
which  is  distant  thirty-eight  yards  or  thereby,  mea- 
sured along  Argyle  Street  to  the  West  of  the  centre 
of  M'Alpine  Street;  thence  Southward  along  said 
Boundary  Line  to  its  Southern  extremity  in  the  centre 
of  the  River  Clyde ;  thence  up  the  centre  of  the  River 
Clyde  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  the  line  of 
Oswald  Street,  the  point  first  hefore  described. 

(No  Alteration  on  aoove  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 


TENTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  Election  Purposes  only. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  Possil  Road  where  the  same  is  intersected 
by  the  centre  of  the  Great  Canal,  Southward  along 
the  centre  of  the  Possil  Road  to  the  centre  of  Garscube 
Road  ;  thence  Westward  along  the  centre  of  Garscube 
Road  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  St.  George's 
Road;  thence  Southward  along  the  centre  of  St. 
George's  Road  to  the  centre  of  New  City  Road  ;  thence 
Eastward  along  the  centre  of  New  City  Road  to  a 
point  opposite  the  centre  of  Cambridge  Street;  thence 
South-eastward  and  Southward  along  the  centre  of 
Cambridge  Street  to  the  centre  of  Renfrew  Street; 
thence  Eastward  along  the  centre  of  Renfrew  Street 
to  the  centre  of  Buchanan  Street ;  thence  Northward 


along  the  centres  of  Buchanan  Street,  Port-Dundas 
Road,  and  the  Stair  leading  from  said  Road  to  Canal 
Bank,  and  prolonged  to  the  centre  of  the  Forth  and 
Clyde  Canal ;  thence  Westward  and  Northward  along 
the  centre  of  said  Canal  to  a  point  where  it  intersects 
the  centre  of  Possil  Road,  the  point  first  before  de- 
scribed. 

(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  for  Parliamentary 
Election  Purposes  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

For  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 

That  portion  of  the  Parliamentary  Burgh  of  Glas- 
gow immediately  before  described  as  the  Tenth  Ward 
or  District  for  Parliamentary  Election  purposes,  to- 
gether with  that  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh 
of  Glasgow,  comprehended  within  a  line  drawn  from 
a  point  on  the  Parliamentary  Boundary,  in  the  line  of 
the  Forth  and  Clyde  Canal,  where  that  Canal  is 
crossed  by  the  Bridge  opposite  the  end  of  Ann  Street, 
in  a  Northerly  direction  along  the  centre  of  Craighall 
Road,  till  the  said  Road  is  intersected  by  the  Northern 
Boundary  Line  of  the  aneient  Royalty  at  a  point  im- 
mediately to  the  West  of  the  North-west  corner  of  the 
Grounds  of  Craigbank  House ;  thence  following  the 
said  Royalty  Boundary  in  a  Westerly  and  South-west- 
erly direction  till  it  meets  the  Parliamentary  Boundary 
at  a  point  in  the  centre  of  the  Forth  and  Clyde  Canal, 
situate  one  hundred  and  seventy-six  yards  or  thereby, 
measuring  in  a  Northerly  direction  from  a  point  in 
the  centre  of  Garscube  Road,  opposite  the  centre  of 
Well  Road ;  and  thence  along  the  Parliamentary 
Boundary  in  a  South-easterly  and  Southerly  direction 
along  the  Forth  and  Clyde  Canal,  to  the  point  first 
described. 


ELEVENTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  Election  Purposes  only. 

That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  the  Bridge  over  the  River  Kelvin  on  the 
New  Dumbarton  Road,  where  the  same  intersects  the 
centre  of  said  River,  South-eastward  along  the  centre 
of  said  Bridge  and  Dumbarton  Road  to  a  point  opposite 
the  centre  of  Kelvingrove  Street ;  thence  Northward 
along  the  centre  of  Kelvingrove  Street  to  the  centre  of 
the  line  of  Sandyford  Street  and  Sauchiehall  Street  ; 
thence  Eastward  along  the  centre  of  Sauchiehall 
Street  to  the  centre  of  the  line  of  Pitt  Street  and  Scott 
Street ;  thence  Northward  along  the  centre  of  Scott 
Street  to  the  centre  of  Renfrew  Street ;  thence  East- 
ward along  the  centre  of  Renfrew  Street  to  the  centre 
of  Cambridge  Street ;  thence  Northward  and  North- 
westward along  the  centre  of  Cambridge  Street  to  the 
centre  of  New  City  Road  ;  thence  Westward  along  the 
centre  of  New  City  Road  to  the  centre  of  St.  George's 
Road;  thence  Northward  along  the  centre  of  St. 
George's  Road  to  the  centre  of  Garscube  Road ;  thence 
Eastward  along  the  centre  of  Garscube  Road  to  a 
point  opposite  the  centre  of  Possil  Road ;  thence 
Northward  along  the  centre  of  Possil  Road  to  a  point 
where  the  same  is  intersected  by  the  centre  of  the 
Forth  and  Clyde  Canal;  thence  Westward,  North- 
ward, and  Southward  along  the  centre  of  the  Forth 
and  Clyde  Canal  to  a  point  which  is  distant,  measured 
along  said  Canal,  one  hundred  yards  below  Derry 
Bridge;  thence  South-westward  in  a  straight  line 
along  the  Parliamentary  Franchise  Boundary  Line  to 


RE-DIVIDED    AND   ALTERED    WARDS. 


51 


a  point  in  the  centre  of  the  River  Kelvin,  which  is 
distant  one  hundred  and  fifty  yards,  measured  along 
said  River,  above  the  point  at  which  the  same  is  met 
by  the  Park  Wall,  which  comes  down  thereto  from 
Woodside  Road ;  thence  Southward  and  Westward 
along  the  centre  of  the  River  Kelvin  to  a  point  where 
it  is  intersected  by  the  centre  of  the  Bridge  over  said 
River  on  the  New  Dumbarton  Road,  the  point  first 
before  described. 

fNo  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  for  Parliamentary 
Election  Purposes  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

For  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  Parliamentary  Burgh  of  Glas- 
gow immediately  before  described  as  the  Eleventh 
ward  or  District  for  Parliamentary  Election  Purposes, 
together  with  that  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal 
Burgh  comprehended  within  a  line  drawn  from  a 
point  on  the  Parliamentary  Boundary,  situate  in  the 
centre  of  the  River  Kelvin,  and  on  the  line  of  the 
North-east  side  of  the  Bridge  which  carries  the  Glas- 
gow and  Yoker  Road,  commonly  called  the  Dumbar- 
ton road,  across  the  Kelvin,  and  passing  in  a  Northerly 
and  Westerly  direction  alongtheNorth-east  and  North 
side  of  said  Road,  till  it  reaches  a  point  one  hundred 
and  fourteen  yards  or  thereby,  measuring  in  an  East- 
erly direction,  from  the  South-east  corner  of  Church 
Street  and  Dumbarton  Road  ;  thence  in  a  Northerly 
direction  for  a  distance  of  one  hundred  and  one  yards 
or  thereby;  thence  in  a  Westerly  direction  and  at 
right  angles  to  the  line  last  described  to  a  point 
distant  fifty-six  yards  from  the  East  side  of  Church 
Street ;  thence  in  a  Northerly  direction  and  in  a  line 
parallel  to  Church  Street  till  it  meets  the  Hillhead 
Road ;  thence  along  the  South  side  of  the  Hillhead 
Road  till  it  meets  the  march  between  the  Lands  of 
Gilmorehill  and  Westbank ;  thence  Eastward  along 
and  in  continuation  of  the  line  of  such  march  till  it 
meets  the  Parliamentary  Boundary  in  the  centre  of 
the  River  Kelvin ;  thence  Southward  and  Westward 
along  the  centre  of  the  River  Kelvin,  to  the  point 
first  described. 


TWELFTH  WAKD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  Argyle  Street  opposite  the  centre  of  Pitt 
Street,  Northward  along  the  centre  of  Pitt  Street  to 
the  centre  of  Sauchiehall  Street;  thence  Westward 
along  the  centre  of  Sauchiehall  Street  to  the  centre 
of  Kelvingrove  Street;  thence  Southward  along  the 
centre  of  Kelvingrove  Street  to  the  centre  of  Dumbar- 
ton Road;  thence  Eastward  along  the  centres  of 
Dumbarton  Road,  Main  Street,  Anderston,  and  Argyle 
Street,  to  a  point  opposite  the  centre  of  Pitt  Street, 
the  point  first  before  described. 
/•No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

THIRTEENTH  "WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  the  River  Clyde  immediately  opposite  the 
Royalty  Stone  No.  210,  which  is  distant  thirty-six 
yards  or  thereby,  measured  along  Broomielaw  Street, 
to  the  West  of  the  centre  of  M 'Alpine  Street,  North- 


ward along  the  Royalty  Boundary  Line  to  the  centre 
of  the  line  of  Argyle  Street  and  Main  Street,  Anders- 
ton  ;  thence  Westward  along  the  centres  of  Main 
Street,  Anderston,  Dumbarton  Road,  and  the  Bridge- 
over  the  River  Kelvin  on  the  New  Dumbarton  Road, 
to  a  point  where  the  same  intersects  the  centre  of  the 
River  Kelvin ;  thence  down  the  centre  of  the  River 
Kelvin  to  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde  ;  thence  up  the 
centre  of  the  River  Clyde  to  the  Southern  extremity 
of  the  Western  Royalty  Boundary  Line  opposite  the 
Royalty  Stone  No.  210,  the  point  first  before  de- 
scribed. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 


FOURTEENTH  WARD  OR  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  and  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 
That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  on  the 
South  side  of  the  River  Clyde  situated  to  the  East  of 
a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the  centre  of  the  River 
Clyde  opposite  the  centre  of  the  line  of  Thistle  Street, 
Hutchesontown,  Southward  along  the  centre  of  Thistle 
Street  to  the  centre  of  Caledonia  Road;  thence  East- 
ward along  the  centre  of  Caledonia  Road  to  the  centre 
of  Crown  Street ;  thence  Southward  along  the  centres 
of  Crown  Street  and  Cathcart  Road  to  a  point  where 
the  said  Road  is  intersected  by  the  Southern  Parlia- 
mentary Franchise  Boundary  Line. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 


FIFTEENTH  WARD  OE  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  Purposes  only. 

That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh^  com- 
prehended within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the 
centre  of  the  line  of  Glasgow  Bridge  where  the  same 
intersects  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde,  Southward 
along  the  centre  of  said  Bridge,  Bridge  Street,  Eglin- 
ton  Street,  and  Pollokshaws  Road,  to  a  point  where 
the  said  Road  is  intersected  by  the  Southern  Parlia- 
mentary Franchise  Boundary  Line ;  thence  Eastward 
along  said  Boundary  Line  in  the  centre  of  Butterbig- 
gins  Road  to  a  point  where  the  same  intersects  the 
centre  of  the  Cathcart  Road ;  thence  Northward  along 
the  centres  of  Cathcart  Road  and  Crown  Street  to 
the  centre  of  Caledonia  Road;  thence  Westward  along 
the  centre  of  Caledonia  Road  to  a  point  opposite  the 
centre  of  Thistle  Street;  thence  Northward  along  the 
centre  of  Thistle  Street,  and  prolonged  to  the  centre 
of  the  River  Clyde;  thence  down  the  centre  of  the 
River  Clyde  to  a  point  where  the  same  is  intersected 
by  the  centre  of  the  line  of  Glasgow  Bridge,  the  point 
first  before  described. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 

For  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 

That  portion  of  the  saH  City  and  Royal  Burgh  of 
Glasgow  comprehended  within  a  line  drawn  from  a 
point  on  the  centre  line  of  Glasgow  Bridge  where  the 
same  intersects  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde,  South- 
ward along  the  centre  of  said  Bridge,  Bridge  Street, 
Eglinton  Street,  and  Pollokshaws  Road  to  a  point 
where  the  said  Road  is  intersected  by  the  Southern 
Parliamentary  Boundary  of  Glasgow;  thence  Eastward 
along  said  Boundary  Line  to  a  point  where  the  same 
intersects  the  centre  of  Victoria  Road;  thence  South- 


52 


KE-DIVIDED  AND   ALTERED  WARDS. 


ward  along  the  centre  of  Victoria  Road  to  a  point 
where  the  same  is  intersected  by  a  line  parallel  to  the 
buildings  erected  on  the  South  Side  of  the  Statute 
Labour  Road,  now  called  Allison  Street,  and  distant 
from  said  South  Side  of  Allison  Street  130  feet  or 
thereabouts  to  the  Northward ;  thence  Eastward  along 
said  last-mentioned  line  to  a  point  where  the  same  is 
intersected  by  the  Boundary  between  the  property 
feued  by  the  Trustees  of  the  late  William  Dixon,  Esq., 
of  Govanhill,  to  William  Weir,  and  the  property  of 
the  Incorporation  of  Hutcheson's  Hospital;  thence 
Northward  and  North-eastward  along  the  said  Boun- 
dary to  a  point  where  the  same  is  intersected  by  a 
line  parallel  to  and  105  feet  or  thereabouts  West  of 
the  central  line  of  the  Statute  Labour  Road,  now 
called  Langside  Road;  thence  Northward  along  the 
last-mentioued  line  to  a  point  where  the  same  is 
intersected  by  a  line  parallel  to  and  110  feet  or  there- 
abouts North  of  the  central  line  of  the  street  called 
Calder  Street,  sixty  feet  wide ;  thence  Eastward  along 
the  last-mentioned  line  to  a  point  where  the  same  is 
intersected  by  a  line  parallel  to  and  110  feet  or  there- 
abouts West  of  the  central  line  of  a  street  sixty  feet 
wide  agreed  to  be  formed  by  the  Trustees  of  the  late 
William  Dixon,  of  Govanhill,  and  the  Incorporation 
of  Hutcheson's  Hospital,  conform  to  contract  of  ex- 
cambion  between  them ;  thence  Northward  along  the 
last-mentioned  line  to  a  point  where  the  same  inter- 
sects the  Southern  Parliamentary  Boundary  of  Glas- 
gow; thence  Eastward  along  the  last-mentioned  line 
to  a  point  where  the  same  intersects  the  centre  of 
Cathcart  Road;  thence  Northward  along  the  centres 
of  Cathcart  Road  and  Crown  Street  to  the  centre  of 
Caledonia  Road;  thence  Westward  along  the  centre 
of  Caledonia  Road  to  the  centre  of  Thistle  Street; 
thence  Northward  along  the  centre  of  Thistle  Street, 
and  prolonged  to  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde ;  thence 
down  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde  to  a  point  where 
the  same  is  intersected  by  the  centre  line  of  Glasgow 
Bridge,  the  point  first  before  described. 


SIXTEENTH  WARD   OK  DISTRICT. 

For  Parliamentary  Purposes  only. 

That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  on  the 
South  Side  of  the  River  Clyde  situated  to  the  West  of 
a  line  drawn  from  a  point  in  the  centre  of  the  line  of 
Glasgow  Bridge  where  the  same  intersects  the  centre 
of  the  River  Clyde,  Southward  along  the  centre  of  said 
Bridge,  Bridge  Street,  Eglinton  Street,  and  Pollok- 
shaws  Road,  to  a  point  where  the  same  is  intersected  by 
the  Southern  Parliamentary  Franchise  Boundary  Line. 
(No  Alteration  on  above  Boundaries  as  fixed  in  1869.) 
For  Municipal  Election  Purposes. 

That  portion  of  the  City  and  Royal  Burgh  of  Glas- 
gow comprehended  within  a  line  drawn  from  a  point 
on  the  centre  line  of  Glasgow  Bridge,  where  the  same 
intersects  the  centre  of  the  River  Clyde,  down  the 
centre  of  the  River  Clyde  to  a  point  on  the  Parlia- 
mentary Boundary  of  Glasgow  opposite  where  the 
River  Clyde  is  joined  by  the  Plantation  Burn;  thence 
in  a  South-easterly  direction  along  the  said  Parlia- 
mentary Boundary  to  the  Kinninghouse  Burn  or 
Boundary  between  the  Counties  of  Lanark  and  Ren- 
frew ;  thence  Southward  and  Eastward  along  the  said 
County  Boundary  till  the  same  is  intersected  by  the 
South  Side  of  the  Statute  Labour  Road,  now  called 
Allison  Street;  thence  Northward  for  a  distance  of 
130  feet  or  thereabouts  along  a  line  at  right  angles 
to  the  buildings  erected  on  the  South  Side  of  Allison 
Street  to  a  point  where  the  said  line  is  intersected  by 
a  line  parallel  to  the  said  buildings;  thence  Eastward 
along  the  last-mentioned  line  to  a  point  where  the 
same  is  intersected  by  the  central  line  of  Victoria 
Road;  thence  Northward  along  the  centre  of  Victoria 
Road  to  the  Southern  Parliamentary  Boundary  of 
Glasgow;  thence  Westward  along  said  Parliamentary 
Boundary  to  the  centre  of  Pollokshaws  Road;  thence 
Northward  along  the  centres  of  Pollokshaws  Road, 
Eglinton  Street,  Bridge  Street,  and  Glasgow  Bridge 
to  the  point  first  described. 


GErlEB-AL    STATISTICS    OF    GLASGOW. 


THE  CITY  OF  GLASGOW, 

The  City  Chamberlain  estimated  the  population 
of  the  City  and  Suburbs,  at  Midsummer  of  1877,  as 
follows : — Total  population  situated  within  the  par- 
liamentary boundary,  538,000 ;  outside  of  the  par- 
liamentary city,  but  now  forming  part  of  the  munici- 
pal city,  18,000  ;  so  that  the  municipal  city  of 
Glasgow  contained  at  midsummer  of  1877  a  popula- 
tion of  556,000.  The  municipal  city  may  be  esti- 
mated to  have  contained  in  the  middle  of  1878  a 
population  of  567,000. 

We  may  therefore  regard  the  population  of  the  city 
and  its  adjuncts  as  standing  thus : — Municipal  city, 
middle  of  1877,  estimated  population,  as  previously 
stated,  556,000 ;  suburban  districts,  at  same  date, 
north  side  of  river — Partick  and  Hillhead,  36,610  ; 
Maryhill  and  Milngavie,  20,060 ;  Shettleston  and 
Tollcross,  7750:  total,  64,420.  South  side  of  river 
— Govan,  42,565  ;  Pollokshields,  Kinning  Park,  and 
Paisley  road,  21,555  ;  Crosshill,  Langside,  and  Cath- 
cart, 18,240;  Shawlands,  Pollokshaws,  and  Thornlie- 
bank,13,525:  total,  95,885.  Thus  the  City  of  Glasgow, 
including  its  connected  and  closely  contiguous  subur- 
ban districts,  represented,  in  the  middle  of  1877,  a 
united  population  of  as  nearly  as  may  be,  716,305. 


NATURAL  INCREASE  OF  THE  POPULATION, 

1866-187S. 


Year. 

Births. 

Deaths. 

Nat.  In 

1866 

18,287 

12,826 

5,461 

1867 

18,356 

12,578 

5,773 

1868 

18,609 

13,825 

4,784 

1869 

18,490 

15,640 

2,850 

1870 

19,359 

13,952 

5,407 

1871 

18,856 

15,785 

3,071 

1872 

20,144 

14,047 

6,097 

1873 

19,493 

14,494 

4,999 

1874 

20,038 

15,841 

4,197 

1875 

20,828 

15,357 

5,471 

1876 

20,963 

13,759 

7,204 

1877 

21,092 

13,823 

7,269 

1878 

20,614 

14,148 

6,466 

Total  of  18  years,  340,412  births,  249,489  deaths, 
90,923  natural  increase.  Average  of  18  years, 
18,912  births,  13,860  deaths,  5,052  natural  increase. 

Parliamentary  representatives — Charles  Cameron, 
LL.D.,  George  Anderson,  and  Alex  .Whitelaw. 

Parliamentary  constituency,  61,069;  Municipal 
constituency,  63,777 ;  School  Board  constituency, 
112,897. 


ALPHABETICAL  LIST  OF  STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLAGES,  &C, 

WITH    REFERENCE   TO  THEIR    SITUATION. 

Re-arranged  Eegistration  Districts  in  the  City  as  extended  by  the  Glasgow  Municipal  Act  of  1872, 
including  certain  Suburban  Districts,  as  fixed  and  determined  by  the  Sheriff  of  Lanarkshire,  to  take  effect 
from  2nd  January,  1875. 


DISTRICTS. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 


Bridgeton, 

Camlacbie, 

Dennistoun, 

Calton, 

Blackfriars, 

St.  Rollox, 

Blythswood, 

Milton, 

Kelvin, 

Anderston, 

Hutchesontown, 

Gorbals, 

Tradeston, 

Kinning  Park, 


REGISTRARS. 


James  Tait, 
Daniel  Sinclair, 
Peter  Ferguson, 
Alexander  Waddel, 
Jas.  Moncrieff  Thomson, 
Gavin  Millar  Buchanan, 
James  Struthers, 
Alexander  Dewar, 
"William  Buchanan, 
John  Hamilton, 
Donald  Hamilton, 
Nicol  Macdougall, 
John  Brown, 
Alexander  Wilson, 


OFFICES. 


27  Mordaunt  Street. 

62  Waterloo  Street,  East. 

Cathedral  Lodge,  High  Church. 

44  Canning  Street,  Calton. 

70  Bell  Street. 
121  Kennedy  Street. 

52  West  Nile  Street. 

21  Crossburn  Street. 
173  Shamrock  Street. 

8  Minerva  Street. 
395  Crown  Street. 

94  South  Portland  Street. 

92  Gloucester  Street. 
193  Pollok  Street. 


EEGISTRATION  DISTRICTS  IN  THE  SUBURBS. 


15 
16 
17 

18 


Govan  Church, 
Partick, 
Cathcart, 
Maryhill, 


Thomas  Steel, 
Gavin  Paisley, 
Andrew  Carnduff, 
John  Russell, 


2  Osbom  Place,  Govan. 
314  Dumbarton  Road,  Partick. 

9  Iona  Place,  Mount  Florida. 
260  Main  Street,  Marvhill. 


Office  hours  in  the  city,  from  9  till  3,  and  from  9  till  12  on  Saturdays. 

Office  hours  in  Govan,  from  9  till  3.  Saturdays,  9  till  12.    Partick,  from  10  to  3.  Saturdays,  10  to  12. 

Office  hours  in  Cathcart,  8.30  till  10  a.m.,  6  till  8  p.m.     Saturdays,  8.30  till  10  a.m. 

Office  hours  in  Maryhill,  10  till  12  a.m.,  6  till  9  p.m.     Saturdays,  10  till  12  a.m. 

By  Act  17  &  18  Vict,  cap.  80,  it  is  enacted  that  a  Birth  must  be  registered  within  twenty-one  days, 
a  Marriage  within  three  days,  and  a  Death  within  eight  days,  respectively,  thereafter. 

N.B. — In  the  latter  case,  however,  it  is  usual,  and  saves  considerable  trouble  to  parties,  to  get  a  Death 
registered  previous  to  the  interment. 

Penalties  are  exigible  if  the  above  rules  are  not  complied  with. 


the  italic  letters  at  beginning  of  line  denote  the  position  of  the  street  on  the  map, 
and  the  numbers  at  end  denote  the  registration  district  in  which  each  street  is 
situated. 


E  c   Abercom  St.,  from  New  City  rd.  to  Grove  st.  8. 

Abercromby  PL,  169  to  195  W.  George  st.      7. 
H  e  Abercromby  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Stevenson  st.  4. 

Abercromby  Terrace,  Paisley  road.     15. 
Df  Abbeygreen  PL,  Houston  st.  and  Watt  st.     14. 


F  f  Abbotsford  La.,  f.  Bedford  st.  to  Cavendish  st.  12. 
i^/Abbotsford  Place,  so.  of  Portland  st.     12. 

Abbotsford  Place,  Govan.     15. 

Abington  Place,  Clifford  st,  Paisley  road.  15. 
E  b  Abington  St.,  f.  Cameron  st,  W.  N.  City  rd.  9. 

Abyssinia  Place,  Lanabhill  st.,  Paisley  rd.  15. 
G  f  Academy  Court,  65  Crown  street.     11. 


•54 


STREETS,   SQUARES,  PLACES,   &c. 


/  c    Acrehill,  foot  of  Garngad  road.     3. 

Gf  Adam's  Court,  36  Rose  street,  south.     11. 

F  e    Adam's  Ct.  Lane,  185  Argyle  st.  to  Howard  st.  7. 

H  b  Adamswell  Street,  Springburn. 

E  d  Adelaide  Place,  f.  202  Bath  St.  to  Pitt  st.     7. 

Adelaide  Place,  New  Cathcart. 
Iff    Adelphi  St.  Bridgeton,  south  end  of  Reid  st.    1. 
Ff  Adelphi  St.,  Hutchesontown,  fronting  river,  east 
of  Crown  st.     11.     West  of  Do.     12. 

Adelphi  Place,  4  Adelphi  street.     11. 
Gf  Adelphi  Terrace,  Adelphi  street,  south.     11. 
C ' f  Afton  Crescent  and  Terrace,  Clifford  street. 

Agnes  Street,  off  Kelvinside  Avenue.     18. 
F  d  Agnew  Place,  60  Hill  street,  Garnethill.     9. 

Agnew  Place,  Albert  road,  Crossbill.     17. 

Ailsa  Ter.,  f.  Byars'  rd.  to  Kersland  st.     16. 
G  e  Aird's  Lane,  off  Goosedubs,  Bridgegate.     7. 

Airlie  Ter.,  St.  Andrew's  rd.,  Pollokshields.  15. 

Aitchison's  Ct.,  113  Main  st.,  Bridgeton.     1. 
Ee   Aitken  Place,  cor.  of  Douglas  and  Argyle  sts.     7. 
F ff  Aitkenhead  Road,  from  293  Cathcart  road  to 

County  Boundary.     11. 
E  d  Albany  PL,  502  Sauchiehali  st,  West  end.     9. 
D  b  Albany  Street,  off  Percy  street.     16. 
If   Albany  Street,  off  Baltic  street.     1. 
E  d  Albany  Terrace,  286  Renfrew  street.     9. 
Gf  Albert.  Bridge,  North  half,     5  ; 

South  half,  East  side  do.  11.    West  side.   12. 
E  h  Albert  Drive,  off  Victoria  street,  Crossbill.     17. 
F  e   Albert  Place,  Milton  st.  and  Maitland  st.     8. 
F  d  Albert  Place,  40  Hill  street,  Garnethill.     9. 
E  f  Albert  Place,  Dundas  street,  south  side,  13. 
£>  d  Albert  Place,  Dover  st.  and  St.  Vincent  st.     9. 

Albert  Place,  Caledonia  road,  east  end.     11. 
D  i  Albert  Road,  Langside. 
F  h  Albert  Road  and  Villas,  Crossbill.     17. 

Albert  Road,  Hillhead.     16. 
D  ff  Albert  Road,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields.     14. 
G  d  Albert  Street,  off  Glebe  street.     6. 
F  h  Albert  Street,  Possil  road.     8. 
E  d  Albert  Street,  Govan.     15. 
E  ff  Albert  Street,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields. 

Albert  Terrace,  Dowanhill  gardens.     16. 
Co   Albert  Terrace,  Ruthven  St.,  Kelvinside.     16. 
F  a  Albert  Terrace,  177  to  199  Renfrew  st.     9. 

Albert  Terrace,  Caledonia  road.     11. 

Albert  View,  Caledonia  road.     11. 
G  e  Albion  Buildings,  116  George  street.     5. 
G  e*  Albion  Court,  41  North  Albion  street.     5. 
C  b  Albion  Crescent,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Ff  Albion  Place,  Buchan  street,  South  side.     12. 
G  e  Albion  St.  (South),  f.  Bell  st.to  Canon  st.     5. 
G  e  Albion  St.  (North),  f.  Canon  st.  to  George  st.  5. 
Gf  Albyn  Street,  east  from  Adelphi  street.     11. 

Albyn  Terrace,  east  from  Mathieson  street.     1 1 . 
/  d    Alexandra  Parade  to  Alexandra  Rail.  Station. 

Alexandra  Place,  85  to  97  Shields  road.     14. 

Alexandra  Place,  Albert  road,  Crosshill.     17. 
11/  Alexandra  Terrace,  Greenhead  street.     1. 

Alexander  Row,  off  Cathcart  road.     11. 

Alexander  Street,  off  Dumbarton  Road.     9. 
Alfred  Place,  St.  Vincent  street,  West-end.       9 

Alfred  Terrace,  Gt.  Western  rd.,  Hillhead.     16 
F  li  Alice  Place,  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill.     12. 
D  e  Allan  Place,  M'Lean  street,  Paisley  road.     15. 
E  d  Allan  Place,  Douglas  street,  near  Argyle  st.    7. 
I  g    Allan  Street,  off  Dalrnarnock  road. 
F  a  Allander  St.,  f.  Carbeth  st.  to  Ashfield  st.     18. 
F  h  Allanton  Ter.,  Langside  rd.,  Govanhill.     12. 


Fh  Allison  Street,  Victoria  road,  Govanhill.       East 
of  Victoria  road.     12.     West  of  do.     13. 

Alma  Place,  Cranston  street  and  Port  street, 
Cranstonhill.     10. 

Alma  Place,  246  to  280  Paisley  road.     14. 

Alma  Place,  off  Govan  road,  Govan.     15. 
B  e  Alma  Street,  Govan.     15. 
H  f  Alston  Lane,  off  Risk  street.     4. 
C  c  Alton  Street,  Dowanhill.     16. 

Alva  Terrace,  Allison  street,  Govanhill. 

Amberley  PI.,  192  to  214  N.  Woodside  rd.     9. 

America  Court,  24  Adelphi  street.     12. 

Anderson's  Court,  145  Main  st.,  Bridgeton.     1. 
B  e  Anderson  Street,  off  Gallowgate.     4. 
Df  Anderson  St.,  off  W.  Scotland  street,  Kinning 

Park.     14. 
B  c  Anderson  St.,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 
E  e   Anderston  Quay,  M'Alpine  st.  to  Lancefield.  10. 
H  d  Ann  PI.,  east  end  Parliament,  rd.  north  side.  6. 
II  c/  Ann  Street,  Main  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 
F  e   Ann  Street,  f.  Jamaica  st.  to  Oswald  st.     7. 
F  c   Ann  St.,  f.  Cowcaddens  to  Port  Dundas.     8. 
D  b  Ann  St.,  Hillh.,  f.  G.  W.  rd.  toSaugbfield  rd.    16. 
F  h  Annette  Street,  off  Allison  st.,  Govanhill.     12. 

I  e    Annfield  Place,  295  Duke  street.     3. 

II  e  Annfield  Street,  f.  Duke  st.  to  Gallowgate.     3. 
E  b   Annfield  Terrace,  Annfield  road,  Partick.     16. 
F.  h  Anson  Place,  Allison  street,  Govanhill.     12. 
G  e   Antigua  Place,  33  Nelson  street.     5. 

Ff  Apsley  Place,  head  of  Warwick  street.     12. 

Apsley  Place,  Great  Western  road,  east  end,    9. 

Arden  Street,  off  Gairbraid  street.     18. 

F  e   Arden  Street,  f.  Dunlop  to  Maxwell  street.      7. 

Ef  Ardgowan  St.,  Crookston  st.  to  Shields  rd.    14. 

Ardine  Terrace,  Langside  rd.,  Govanhill,  Nos.  1 

to  9.  12.     Remainder.     17. 

Fa  Ardoch  St„  f.  Bardowie  st.  to  Allander  st.     18. 

Fe  Argyle  Arcade,  100  Argyle  st.  &  30  Buchanan 

street.     7. 
E  e  Argyle  Bids.,  c.  of  M  Alpine  st.  &  Argyle  st.    7. 
Fe  Argyle  Court,  90  Argyle  street.     7. 

Argyll  Place,  Springburn  road,  Springburn. 
B  c   Argyll  Place,  off  Hyndland  st.,  Partick.     16. 

Argyll  Place,  New  Cathcart. 
F  e   Argyle  Street,  from  Stockwell  st.  to  Anderston. 
Both  sides  of  do.  fr.  Ghtssford  street  and  Stock- 
well  st.  to  M'Alpine  st.  and  Pitt  st.     7. 
Both   sides  of  do.  from  M'Alpine  street  and 
Pitt  street  to  Main  street,  Anderston.     10. 
Argyll  Street,  Marybill. 
F  h  Argyll  Terrace,  Albert  road,  Crosshill.     17. 
Ee  Ark  Lane,  Duke  street.     3. 

Arlington  Place,  100  AVoodlands  road.     9. 
E  c  Arlington  Street,  off  Woodlands  road.     9. 
/  e    Armadale  St.,  f.  Duke  st.  to  Alexandra  par.     3. 
H  e  Armour  St.,  from  Barrack  st.  to  Moore  st.     3. 

Arthur  Place,  Govan.     15. 
Iff    Arthur  Street,  foot  of  Swanston  street.     1. 
C  d  Arthur  St.,  Overnewton,  off  Old  Dumb.  rd.    10. 
Iff    Arthur  Street,  Bridgeton. 
F  d  Ashburton  Place,  135  Renfrew  street.     7. 
D  c  Ashfield  Place,  Smith  street,  Hillhead.     16. 

Ashfield  St.,  f.  Allander  st.  rail.,  Possilpark.  18. 
D  c  Ashfield  Ter.,  Gibson  street,  Hillhead. 

Ashgrove  Terrace,  Paisley  road  Toll.     14. 
C  c   Ashton  Place,  Byars'  road.     1&. 
C  c  Ashton  Terrace,  Parkville  rd.  Dowanhill.     16. 
E  c  Ashton  Vale,  west  end  of  Buccleuch  street     9. 
H  a  Ashvale  Row,  off  Cowlairs  road.     6. 


STREETS,   SQUARES,   PLACES,  &c. 


55 


C  c  Athole  Gardens,  Roxburgh  St.,  Kelvinside.  16.  F  h 
E  d  Athole  Place,  179  Bath  street.     7. 

Athole  Ter.,  Victoria  rd.,  Crossbill,  Nos.  1  &  2. 
13.     Remainder.     17. 
II  b  Auehentoshan  Terrace,  194  Springburn  road.  3.     F  f 
H  a  Avenue  Road,  off  534  Springburn  road. 

If  Avenue  St.,  f.  Fordneuk  st.  to  Crowupoint  st.  2.  Ff 

F  d  Avon  House,  194  Renfrew  street.  S  b 
D  f  Avon  St.,  from  Watt  st.  to  Shields  road.     14. 

Avonbank  Terrace,  182  Scotland  street.     14. 

Of  Avondale  Place,  Paisley  road,  west.     15.  \  D  d 

Avondale  Terrace,  Paisley  road.     15.  \  D  c 

B  b   Aylesford  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16.  D  c 

E  c  Ayr  Place,  Carnarvon  street.     9.  'Ed 

G  e  Ayton  Court,  62  Old  Vennel.     5.  \  F  d 

G  e  Ayton  Place,  52  Old  Vennel.     5.  \Cb 

G  e  Ayton  Street,  off  Blackfriar's  street.     5,  \  G  e 

D  g  Aytoun  Road,  Pollokshields.      14.  77  g 

He 

B  \Fh 
j  Fh 

K  e  Back  Causeway,  Westmuir,  Parkhead.     2.  I  e 

G  e  Back  Wynd,  109  Trongate  to  Bridgegate.     7.  I  e 

F  c  Bain's  Court,  66  Ann  street,  Port  Dundas.  8.  He 
E  e   Bain's  Court,  46  Clyde  street,  Auderston.     10. 

II  e  Bain  Street,  off  Gallowgate.     4.  He 

G  c  Baird  Street,  off  Glebe  street.     6.  C  a 

Baird  Street,  Westmuir,  Parkhead.     2. 

Balgray  Bank  St.,  of  Avenue  road,  Springburn.  D  b 

77  a  Balgray  Brae,  Springburn.  6.  D  b 
B  a  Balgray  Road,  North,  off  Gt  Western  rd.     16. 

F  h  Ballochmyle  Place,  Allison  Street,  Govanhiil.  Kg 

Ballochmyle  Ter.,  Montgomery  St.,  Kelvinside. 
G  e  Balmano  Place,  from  George  st.  to  Shuttle  st.  5. 
G  d  Balmano  St.,  fr.  George  st.  to  Rottenrow.     5. 

Ff  Balmoral  PI.,  Caledonia  rd.  and  Hospital  st.  12.  Fe 

E  c    Balmoral  Place,  188  St.  George's  road.     9.  D  d 

F  d  Balmore  Street,  off  Saracen  st.,  Possilpark.     18.  D  d 

I  e    Baltic  Street,  off  Oswald  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 

Bank  Place,  Govan.     15. 
D  c  Bank  Street,  Hillhead.     16. 

F  c   Bank  Street,  off  Forth  st,  Port  Dundas.     6.  I  c 

II  e  Bankier  St.,  fr.  Claythorn  St.  to  Green  st.  4.  G  g 
II  e  Barclay's  Court,  14  Main  street,  Calton.  4.  II  f 
F  a  Bardowie  Street,  off  Carbeth  street,  Possil.  18.  H  f 
Fa   Barloch  Street,  off  Bardowie  street.     18. 

lb    Barnhill  Poorhouse,  off  216  Springburn  rd.     3.  Fc 

Barony  Glebe,  Townhead.     6.  Ed 

I  b    Barony  Poor  House,  Barnhill.  F  c 

G  d  Barony  St.  and  PI.,  east  end  of  Stirling  rd.     6.  G  d 

Barr  Street,  off  Garscube  road.      8.  D  e 

He  Barrack  Street,  from  Gallowgate  to  Duke  street.  II f 

East  side.    3.  West  side.  5.  G  d 

C  d  Barracks,  Infantry,  Maryhill.  F  e 

D  c  Barrington  Street,  off  Great  Western  road.     9.  j  Hf 

le     Barrowfield  Street,  off  Avenue  st.,  Bridgeton.  2.  F  d 

Ig    Bartholomew  Street,  off  Dalmarnock  road.     1.  Hb 

E  d  Bath  Crescent,  Bath  street,  near  West  end.     9.  K  c 

F  d  Bath  La.  (East),  Bath  st.  to  Sauchiehall  st,    7. 

E  d  Bath  Street,  fr.  221  Buchanan  st.  to  North  st. 

Both  sides  to  Pitt  st.  7.    fr.  Pitt  st.  to  North  I  c 

street.    9.  D  c 
F  d  Bath  St.  La.,  f.  W.  Nile  st.  to  Blythswood  sq.  7. 

F  g   Batson  Street,  off  Aitkenhead  road.  E  d 

F  i    Battlefield,  Mount  Florida.     17.  E  d 

Battlefield  Crescent,  Mount  Florida.     17.  I  e 
G  e  Bazaar,  72  Candleriggs.     5. 

B  c  Beaconsfield  St.,  off  Hyndland  st.,  Partick.  16.  Ef 
B  b  Beaconsfield  Terrace,  Dowanhill.      16. 


Beaufort  Gardens,  Allison  st.,  Govanhiil. 
Beaufort  Place  and  Terrace,  Govanhiil. 
Beauly  Terrace,  Montgomerie  St.,  Kelvinside. 
Beaver  Court,  45  King  street,  Tradeston.     13. 
Bedford  Lane,  from  Main  st.  to  Surrey  st.     12. 
Bedford  PL,  158  to  172  Renfrew  St.,  Garnethl.  7. 
Bedford  Street,  fr.  Surrey  st.  to  Eglinton  st.  12. 
Bedlay  Street,  Springburn  road.     3. 
Belch  Place,  corner  of  Elderslie  street.     10. 
Belfort  Street,  off  Gairbraid  street.     18. 
Belgrave  Place,  top  of  Finnieston  street.     10. 
Belgrave  Place,  Wilson  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
Belgrave  Ter.,  Gt.  Western  rd.,  Hillhead.     16. 
Belgrave  St.,  fr.  St.  Vincent  st.  to  Kent  rd.     9. 
Belhaven  Place,  fr.  Scotia  pi.  to  Newton  st.     9. 
Belhaven  Ter.,  Gt.  Western  rd.,  Kelvinside.    16. 
Bell  Street,  from  Candleriggs  to  High  street.  5. 
Bell  Street,  Bridgeton,  off  Ann  street.     1. 
Bell  St.,  Calton,  f.  Stevenson  st.  to  Millroad  st,  4. 
Belleisle  Gardens,  Dixon's  avenue,  Govanhiil. 
Belleisle  Terrace,  Annette  street,  Govanhiil. 
Bellfield  Place,  Thomson  st.,  off  Duke  st.     3. 
Bellfield  Street,  off  Gallowgate.     3. 
Bellfield  Terrace,  348  to  354  Duke  street.     3. 
Bellgrove  Place,  51  to  69  Bellgrove  street.     3. 
Bellgrove  Street,  fr.  Gallowgate  to  Duke  st.     3. 
Bellshaugh  Road. 
Belmar  Ten-ace,  Pollokshields. 
Belmont  Crescent,  Hillhead.      16. 
Belmont  Street,  Hillhead.     16. 
Belmont  Ter.,  Gt.  Western  road,  Hillhead.    16. 
Belvedere,  London  road.     1. 
Bellevue  Place,  202  Garngad  hill.     3. 
Bellevue  Ter.,  off  Balgray  Brae,  Springburn. 
Bengal  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
Bennie's  Court,  285  Argyle  street.     7. 
Bentinek  Street,  off  Kelvingrove  street.     9. 
Berkeley  Street,  off  North  street.     9. 
Berkeley  Terrace,  Berkeley  st.,  off  North  st.     9. 
Berlin  Place,  Pollokshields. 
Berlin  Terrace,  Leven  street,  Pollokshields. 
Bernard  St.,  off  Queen  Mary  St.,  Bridgeton.     1. 
Bilboa  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
Bilsland  Open,  56  Kirk  street,  Calton.     4. 
Binnie  PI.,  f.  Monteith  row  to  G.  Hamilton  st.  4. 
Birnam  Terrace,  off  Albert  drive,  Crossbill.   17. 
Bishop  PI.,  no.  end  of  Bishop  St.,  P.  Dundas.  6. 
Bishop  St.,  Main  st.,  And.,  to  Greenhill  st.     1U. 
Bishop  Street,  Port  Dundas.     6. 
Black  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.     6. 
Blackburn  Street,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 
Blackfauld's  Place,  off  Canning  st.,  Calton.     4. 
Blackie  Street,  off  Old  Dumbarton  rd.     10. 
Blair's  Court,  23  Jamaica  street.     7. 
Blair's  St.,  from  Tobago  st.  to  Cumberland  st.    4. 
Blenheim  Place,  Campbell  street,  west.     7. 
Blenheim  Street,  off  500  Springburn  road. 
Blochairn,  east  from  Garngadhill.     3. 
Bloomfield  Place,  Hillhead.     16. 
Bloomfield  Place,  Govan.     15. 
Bluevale  St.,  fr.  Whitevale  to  Drygate  toll.     2. 
Blythswood  Drive,  off  So.  Woodside  road.      9. 
Blythswood  Place,  140  to  172  St.  Vincent  st.  7. 
Blythswood  Sq.,  west  end  of  W.  George  st.      7. 
Blythswood  Ter.,  102  to  138  Bothwell  street.  7. 
Boden  Street,  off  London  road.     1. 
Bolton  Drive,  Mount  Florida. 
Bolton  St.,  fr.  Houston  st.  to  Ardgowan  st.    14. 
Bonnington  Gardens,  Dixon  avenue,  Govanhiil. 


56 


STREETS,   SQUARES,   PLACES,   &c. 


Bonnington  Terrace.  Garturk  st,  Govanhill. 
G  c  Borron  Street,  Port  Dundas.     6. 
Cb   Botanic  Gardens,  Great  Western  rd.     16. 
E  d  Bothwell  Circus,  west  end  of  Both  well  st.     10. 

Bothwell  PI.,  Hillhead,  off  G.  Western  road.  16. 

Bothwell  Place,  93  Pitt  street.     10. 
E  d  Bothwell  St.,  from  Hope  street,  westwards.     7. 
E  d  Bothwell  La.,f.  W.  Campbell  st.  to  Mains  st.  7. 
E  d  Bothwell  St.,  And.,  f.  Greenhill  to  Northst.    10. 
D  c  Bothwell  Terrace,  Bank  street,  Hillhead.     16. 

Bouverie  Street,  off  Farie  street,  Rutherglen. 
If  Bowling  Green  Terrace,  Walkinshaw  street.     1. 

Bowmont  Gardens,  Kelvinside.     16. 
E  e  Boyd  Terrace,  Springfield  Lane. 
E  e  Braco  St,  f.  Raglan  st.  to  St.  George's  rd.     8. 
G  g  Braehead  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 

Braemar  Terrace,  144, 146  Buccleuch  street.    7. 

Braeside  Terrace,  Maxwell  st.,  Pollokshields. 
E  c  Braid  Street,  off  Grove  street.     8. 

Brandon  Place,  East,  off  Bellgrove  street.     3. 

Brandon  Place,  204  to  260,  and  201  to  261 
West  George  street.     7. 
B  e  Brandon  Street,  off  Bellgrove  street.     3. 

Branford  Place,  179  to  185  Thomson  street.    3. 
E  c  Breadalbane  PI.,  Steven  st.  and  N.  City  rd.     9. 

Breadalbane  PI.,  Pollokshaws  rd.,  Strathbungo. 
D  d  Breadalbane  Street,  off  Dumbarton  road.     9. 
E  d  Breadalbane  Ter.,  97  to  113  Hill  st.,  Garneth.  7. 
D  b  Brentwood  Terrace,  Belmont  St.,  Hillhead. 

Brewers'  Open,  Parkhead.     2. 
II  e  Brickfield  Open,  30  Main  street,  Calton.     4. 
G  e  Bridgegate,  from  Stockwell  st.  to  King  st.    7. 
Do.       From  King  st.  to  Saltmarket.     5. 
Bf  Bridgeton  Cross,  East  side.  1.     West  side.  4. 

Bridge  Place  and  Street,  Maryhill.     18. 
Fe   Bridge  St.,  fr.  Glasgow  Bridge  to  Eglinton  st. 

East  side  of  do.     12.  ;  West  side,  13. 
C  c   Bridge  Street,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 

Briery  Place,  Paterson  street,  Kingston.     13. 

Bright  Place,  Paisley  road.     15. 
B  c  Bright  Street,  off  Garngad  road.     3. 

Brighton  Place,  Scotia  street,  N.  City  rd.     9. 
B  e  Brighton  PL,  Copeland  rd,  Govan.     15. 

Brighton  Place,  Gairbraid  street,  Maryhill  road. 
B  e   Brighton  Street,  Govan.     15. 

Brighton  Terrace,  Copeland  road,  Govan.     15. 
G  e  Broad  Close,  167  High  street.     5. 
//   Broad  Street,  Mile-end.     2. 
K  e  Broad  Street,  Great  Eastern  road.     2. 
If  Brook  St.,  f.  Crownpoint  rd.  to  London  rd.     2. 

Broomhall  Street,  off  West  Scotland  st.     14. 

Broomhill  Avenue,  off  Broomhill  drive.     16. 

Broomhill  Drive,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
Fc   Broomhill  St.,  off  Canal  St.,  Port-Dundas.     6. 

Broomhill  Terrace,  off  Broomhill  avenue.  16. 
E  e  Broomielaw,  west  of  Glasgow  Bridge. 

Do.     from  Jamaica  st.  to  M'Alpine  st.     7. 
Do.     from  M'Alpine  st.  to  the  end  of  do.  10. 

Broomloan  Road,  Govan.     15. 
I  d    Broompark  Circus  street,  Dennistoun.     3. 
B  d  Broompark  Drive,  Ark  lane  to  Craigpark  st.  3. 

Broompark  Terrace,  Dennistoun.     3. 

Broom  Terrace,  Cameron  st.,  off  Well  road.  9. 
Bf  Broomward  Street,  M'Kechnie  st.,  Calton.  4. 
F  d  Brougham  Place,  Renfrew  st.  and  Hope  st.     7. 

Brougham  Terrace,  Victoria  st.,  Crosshill. 

Brown  Place,  Clarendon  street,  Partick.  16. 
E  e  Brown  Street,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Broomielaw.  7. 
Bf  Brown  Street,  Bridgeton,  off  Musiin  street.     1. 


F  c  Brown  Street,  fr.  Corn  st.  to  Dobbie's  loan.     8. 

Bruce  Place,  Dumbarton  road,  Partick.     16. 
D  g  Bruce  Road,  off  Shields  road,  Pollokshields.    14. 
D  b  Bruce  Street,  off  Ann  street,  Hillhead.     16. 

Bruce  St.,  off  Keppochhill  rd.,  Springbum.  6. 
G  e  Brunswick  Court,  120  Brunswick  st.  and  109 

Candleriggs.     7. 
G  e  Brunswick  La.,  f.  Brunswick  st.  to  Melville  pi.  7. 
G  e  Brunswick  Place,  44  Brunswick  street.     7. 
G  e   Brunswick  St.,  from  Trongate  to  Ingram  st.     7 
B  b   Buccleugh  Gardens,  Dowanhill.     16. 
E  c  Buccleuch  St.,  fr.  Cambridge  st.  to  Scott  st.     7. 
Do.     From  Scott  st.  to  St.  George's  rd.     9. 
Ff  Buchan  St.,  Gorbals,  f.  Clyde  ter.  to  Malta  st.  12. 
G  e  Buchanan  Court,  75  Candleriggs.     7. 
Fe  Buchanan  Ct.  &  Buildings,  105  Stockwell  st.  7. 
F  e  Buchanan  Court,  75  Argyle  street.     7. 
Ff  Buchanan  Court,  off  Eglinton  street.     12. 
C   e   Buchanan  Court,  44  Trongate.     5. 
/'o  Buchanan  Court,  16  Broomielaw.     7. 

Buchanan  Lane,  Bell  street,  Calton.     4. 
F  c   Buchanan  Street,  west  side,  from  Argyle  street 
to  Cowcaddens  street.     7. 

Buchanan  Street,  east  side,  from  Argyle  st.  to 
Cathedral  street.    7. 

Buchanan  Street,  from  Cathedral  stteet  to  Port 
Dundas  road.     6. 

Buchanan  St.,  off  Dowanhill  st,  Partick.     16. 
F  d  Buckingham  Place,  corner  of  Parliamentary  rd. 
and  Buchanan  street.     6. 

Buckingham  Place,  off  Eglinton  street.     13. 

Buckingham  Square,  Copeland  rd.,  Govan.  15. 
D  b  Buckingham  St.,  G.  West.  rd.  to  Hamilton  dr.  16. 
D  b  Buckingham  Ter.,  Gt.  Western  rd.,  Hillhd.     16. 

Buckingham  Ter.,  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
Kf  Burgher  St.,  off  Gt.  Eastern  rd.,  Parkhead.     2. 

Burn  Road,  off  Gt.  Eastern  road,  Parkhead.     2. 

Burn  Road,  Rutherglen. 

Burnbank,  Cumbernauld  road.     3. 
E  c  Burnbank  Gardens,  Great  Western  road.     9. 

Burnbank  PL,  170  to  174  Great  Western  rd.  9. 

Burnbank  Row,  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
B  d  Burnbank,  Townmill  road.     3. 
E  c   Burnbank  Ter.,  f.  Gt.  West.  rd.  to  N.  City  rd.    9. 
B  e  Burndyke  Street,  off  Govan  road,  Govan.     15. 
B  i   Burnhill  Street,  Rutherglen. 
F  e   Burnside  Buildings,  Burnside  street.     8. 

Burnside  Lane,  Duke  street.     5. 

Burnside  Place,  Garscube  road.     8. 

Burnside  Road,  Rutherglen. 

Burnside  St.,  fr.  Duke  st.  to  New  Vennel.     5. 
F  c   Burnside  Street,  off  Garscube  road.     8. 
G  e  Burrell's  Lane,  from  Duke  st.  to  High  st.     5. 
E  k  Bute  Ter.,  Pollokshaws  rd.,  Strathbungo. 
F  g  Butterbiggins  Road,  from  Victoria  road  to  Cath- 

cart  road.     12. 
C  c  Byar'sRd.,  fr.  Gt.  Western  rd.  to  Partick.     16. 

c 

Eg  Cadder  Street,  Pollokshields.     13. 

E  e  Cadogan  St.,  from  Wellington  st.  to  Pitt  st.     7. 

E  d  Cadzow  St.,  fr.  Bothwell  st.  to  Richard  st.    10. 

F  c  Caithness  Street,  off  Garscube  road.     8. 

G  h  Calder  Street,  Govanhill.     12. 

Fh  Do.  East  side  of  Cathcart  road.     11. 

Calder  Terrace,  Albert  road,  Langside. 
F  d  Calderwood  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.     6. 

Caledonian  Buildings,  228  Broomielaw.    10. 


STKEETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


57 


G  g  Caledonia  Ed.,  fr.  Cathcart  rd.  to  Crown  st.  12. 
Do.,  from  east  side  of  Crown  st.  to  Rutherglen 
road.     11. 
Fg  Callander  Place,  Cathcart  rd.,  Govanhill.     12. 
H  e  Calton  Entry,  f.  Gallowgate  to  New  st.  Calt.     4. 
H  e  Calton  Mouth,  f.  Gallowg.  to  King  st.,  Calt.   4. 
F  c   Cambridge  Lane,  f.  Cambridge  st.  to  Cowcad.  7. 
F  c   Cambridge  Street,  off  Sauchiehall  street     7. 
F  f  Camden  St.,f.  Cumberl'd.  st.  to  Caledonia  rd.  11. 
E  d  Cameron's  Court,  126  Main  st.,  Anderston.    10. 
E  d  Cameron's  Place,  27  North  street.     10. 
E  b  Cameron  Street,  off  Well  road.     9. 

Camlachie,  east  end  of  Gallowgate,  Parkhead.  2. 
G  e  Campbell's  Court,  40  Candleriggs.     5. 
F  c  Campbell's  Place,  corner  of  Maitland  street  and 

Stewart  street.     8. 
F  d  Campbell  St.  (W.),  Argyle  st.  to  Sauchie.  st.  7. 
G  e  Campbell  St.  (East),  f.  Gallowg.  to  Grseme  st.  5. 
i"  e    Campbellfield  Street,  off  Gallowgate.     2. 

Camperdown  Street,  off  Garscube  road.     9. 
Ef  Camphill  Avenue,  Langside. 

Campside  Terrace,  Millbrae  rd.,  Langside.     17. 
G  c  Canal  Basin,  Port  Dundas.     8. 
F  c  Canal  Street,  f.  Dobbie's  loan  to  Canal  bank.   6. 
Ef  Canal  Street,  off  Eglinton  street.     13. 
G  e  Candleriggs,  from  Trongate  to  Ingram  street. 

East  side,  5  ;  west  side,  7. 
G  e  Candleriggs  Court,  63  Candleriggs.  7. 
G  d  Canning  Place,  off  85  and  91  Stirling  road.  6. 
Hf  Canning  St.  f.  G.  Hamilton  st.  to  Bridgeton  cr.  4. 
E  d  Canning  St.,  f.  Nth.  st.,  And.,  to  School  wyud.  10. 
G  e  Canon  Street,  f.  Candleriggs  to  N.  Albion  st.  5. 
E  d  Canonbury  Ter.,  74  to  94  Hill  st.,  Garneth.    9. 

Caprera  Place,  Paisley  Road.     14. 
F  a  Carbeth  St. ,  f.  Lennox  st.  to  Bardowie  st.,  Possil.  18 
F  h  Carfin  Street,  Govanhill,  off  Cathcart  road ;  east 

side,  11 ;  west,  12. 
G  b  Carlisle  Street,  Keppochhill.     8. 
F  e   Carlton  Court,  f.  Bridge  st.  to  S.  Portland  st.  12. 
F  e  Carlton  PI.,  fr.  Nicholson  st.  to  Bridge  st.    12. 
D  b  Carlton  Terrace,  Kelvinside,  north.     16. 
H  a  Carlyle  PI.,  end  of  Sprinburn  rd.,  Springburn. 
H  a  Carlyle  Street,  Springburn.     9. 
B  e  Carmichael  Street,  off  Govan  road,  Govan.     15. 
E  c   Carnarvon  Street,  off  St.  George's  road.     9. 

Carntyne  Place,  Great  Eastern  road.     2. 
he  Carntyne  Rd.  (Lower).  East  end  of  Duke  st.  2. 
E  e  Carrick  Street,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Broomielaw.     7. 

Carrickarden  Street,  off  Raeberry  street. 
E  c  Carrington  Street,  Great  Western  road.     9. 

CarswelPs  Court,  26  George  street.     5. 

Cartcraig's  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
II  d  Castle  Street,  from  Kirk  st.  to  Springburn  rd. 
East  side  of  do.  3  ;  West  side  of  do.,  fr.  Kirk 
st.  to  Mason  st.  5 ;  West  side  do.,  f.  Mason 
street  to  Springburn  road.     6. 

Castle  Street,  Rutherglen. 
B  c  Castlebank  Street,  Partick.     16. 

Castlemilk,  near  Rutherglen. 
F  f  Castlemilk  Place,  136  Hospital  street.     12. 

Castlemilk  PL,  335  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partk.    16. 

G  e  Castlepen's  Closes,  136  and  148  High  street.  5. 

F  g  Cathcart  Road  (South),  fr.  head  of  Crown  st.  to 

County  bound.  East  side,  11;  west  side,  12. 

Cathcart  Road,  Rutherglen. 
F  d  Cathcart  PL,  f.  Buchanan  st.  to  Sauchieh.  st.  7. 

Cathcart  Street  (South),  f.  Pollokshaws  rd.  to 
Crown  street.     12. 
I  i    Cathcart  Street,  off  Main  Street,  Rutherglen. 


E  f  Cathcart  St.,  f.  Houston  st.  to  Scotland  St.     14. 
F  d  Cathedral  Street,  fr.  Buchanan  st.  to  Stirling 

road ;  North  side,  6  ;  South  side,  7. 
E  d  Catherine  La.,  f.  Richard  st.  to  Bothwellst.  10. 
G  d  Catherine  Lane,  f.  Rottenrow  to  Stirling  rd.    5. 
E  d  Catherine  Place,  off  Catherine  street,  And.    10. 
Catherine  PL,  Montgomerie  st.,  Kelvinside.  16. 
G  d  Catherine  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.     6. 
Hf  Catherine  Street,  Tobago  street,  Calton.     4. 
E  d  Catherine  St.,  Cranston  st.  to  Stobcross  st.  10. 

Cathkin  Terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
H  e  Cattle  Market,  Graham  square,  Duke  st.     3. 
F  f  Cavendish  Place,  off  Cavendish  street.     12. 
Ff  Cavendish  St.,  from  Pollokshaws  rd.  to  Eglinton 

street.     12. 
Cf  Cecil  Place,  Paisley  road.     15. 

Cecil  Street,  Hillhead.     16. 
Cf  Cecil  Street,  south  side  Paisley  rd.  west  of  Park- 
house  toll  bar.     15. 
E  c  Cedar  Place,  off  Cedar  street.     8. 
E  c  Cedar  St.,  fr.  St.  George's  rd.  to  Garscube  rd 

East  side,  8  ;  west  side,  9. 
Ff  Centre  Street,  from  Clyde  pi.  to  Cook  st.     13. 
H  d  Centre  Street,  Springburn.     6. 
C  e  Cessnock  Road,  off  Govan  road.     15. 
Cf  Cessnock  Street,  Paisley  road,  Govan.     15. 
H  e  Chalmers  Street,  Claythorn  street.     4. 
Ff  Chapel  Close,  85  Main  street,  Gorbals.     12. 

Chapel  Street  and  Terrace,  Parkhead.     2. 
li     Chapel  Street,  Main  street,  Rutherglen. 
E  d  Charing  Cross,  Sauchiehall  st.,  west  from  North 

street.     9. 
Jlf  Charles  Street,  from  Orr  st.  to  Summer  st.     2. 
//  c  Charles  Street,  off  Castle  street,  St.  Rollox.     3. 
Hf  Charlie's  Close,  163  Canning  street.     4. 
G  e  Charlotte  Lane,  from  So.  St.  Mungo  st.  to  St 

Andrew's  lane.     5. 
Ff  Charlotte  Place,  off  Bedford  street.     12. 
G  e  Charlotte  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Low  Green  st.  5. 
Fc  fharlotte  St.,  Port  Dundas,  fr.  Dobbie's  loan  to 

Canal  bank.     6. 
G  d  Chatham  Place,  off  Stirling  road.     6. 
I  e    Chatworth  Place,  49  to  55  Whitevale  street.    2. 
E  e  Cheapside  St.,  from  Stobcross  st.  to  Anderston 

quay.     10. 
B  b  Chelmsford  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 
D  d  Chesham  Place,  Claremont  st.  and  Kent  rd.     9. 

Church  Place,  off  Garscube  road.     8. 
E  e  Church  Place,  68  Main  street,  Anderston.     10. 
C  c   Church  St.,  from  Dumbarton  rd.  to  Byar's  road, 

Partick.     16. 
Church  Street,  Maryhill.     18. 
H  d  Circus  Drive,  fr.  Ark  lane  to  Craigpark  st.     8. 
G  e  City  Buildings,  49  Ingram  street.     7. 
G  e  City  Hall,  90  Candleriggs.     5. 
G  d  Clanricarde  Place,  corner  of  Hopetoun  pi.  and 

Stirling  road.     5. 
D  d  Claremont  Gardens,  fr.  India  st.  to  Clifton  st.     9. 
D  d  Claremont  St.,  f.  Royal  ter.  to  Dumbarton  rd.  9. 
D  d  Claremont  Ter.,  west  end  of  Woodside  ter.     9. 
D  c  Claremont  Terrace  Lane,  off  India  st,  W.     9. 
F  d  Clarence  Place,  Sauchiehall  st.  and  Mains  st.  7. 
Ef  Clarence  St.,  f.  Gloucester  st.  to  Morrison  st.  13. 
E  c   Clarendon  Place,  Great  Western  road.     9. 
E  c   Clarendon  St.,  New  City  rd.  to  Windsor  ter.    9. 
Cc   Clarendon  St.,  fr.  Hyndland  st.  to  Victoria  St., 

Partick.     16. 
Clarinda  Terrace,  Prince's  street,  Pollokshields. 
Clark's  Buildings,  167  Upper  Main  street.     12 


58 


STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


Ff  Clark's  Court,  12  Bedford  lane.     12. 
E  e  Clarkson's  Court,  16  Kirk  street,  Calton.     4. 
Clark  Street,  Parkgrove,  off  Paisley  road.     14. 
Clay  brae,  Burnside  lane.     5. 
Clayslaps,  off  Dumbarton  road.     9. 
E  e  Claythorn  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  King  st.,  Cal.     4. 
/  d    Clayton  Terrace,  off  Duke  street.     3. 

Cleland  Place,  Paisley  road,  Govan.     15. 
F  f  Cleland  Street,  f.  Hospital  st.  to  Crown  st.    12. 
F  d  Cleland  Testimonial,  corner  of  Buchanan  street 
and  Cathcart  place.     7. 
Clelland's  Court,  239  Argyle  street.     7. 
Cleveland  Buildings,  off  North  street.     9. 
E  d  Cleveland  Street,  off  St.  Vincent  street.     9. 
Cleveland  Terrace,  off  St.  Vincent  street.     9. 
Cliff  Crescent,  West-end  park.     9. 
Cliff  Terrace,  West-end  park.     9. 
Cf  Clifford  Street,  Paisley  road.     15. 
D  d  Clifton  Place,  west  end  of  Clifton  street.     9. 
D  d  Clifton  Street,  west  end  of  Somerset  place.     9. 
Cliftongrove  Cres.,  west  end  of  Grove  street.    8. 
E  c  Cliftongrove  Street,  west  end  of  Royal  ter.     9. 
Fa  Closeburn  St.,  f.  Balmore  st.  to  Ashfield  st.  18. 

Clover  Bank,  236  Garngad  hill.     3. 
Cf  Clutha  Street,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 
Clydegrove  Terrace,  Govan  road.     15. 
E  e  Clyde  PL,  Tradn.,  f.  Bridge  st.  to  West  st.     13. 
F  e   Clyde  St.  (Gt.),  f.  Jamaica  st.  to  Stockwell  st.  7. 
G  e   Clyde  St.  (East),  f.  Stockwell  st.  to  Market  st. 
7.  Do.  from  Market  street  to  Saltmarket.   5. 
Clyde  St.  (Nor.),  f.  Main  st.  to  Stobcross  st.  10. 
E  e   Clyde  St.,  f.  Stobcross  st.  to  Anderston  qy.  10. 
Fc  Clyde  Street,  off  Port  Dundas  road.     8. 
Ef  Clyde  St.,  Calton,  f.  Canning  st.  to  Abercromby 

street.     4. 
A  c   Clyde  Street,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 
F  e   Clyde  Ter.,  f.  Victoria  bridge  to  Carlton  pi.   12. 
F  e    Clyde  Terrace  Court,  13  Clyde  terrace.     12. 
D  e   Clydebank,  south  end  of  Finnieston.     10. 
Clydeview,  Dumbarton  road,  Partick.     16. 
Clydeview,  Govan  road.     15. 
E g  Clydeview  Terrace,  Greenhead,  Bridgeton.     1. 
G  e   Coachwork  Close,  82  George  street.     5. 
K  e  Coalhill  Street,  Camlachie,  Parkhead.     2. 
F  c    Coatbridge  Street,  off  East  Milton  street.      6. 
F  i   Cobden  Place,  Mount  Florida.      17. 
3  c  Cobden  Street,  off  Garngad  road.     3. 
Ff  Coburg  Buildings,  10  to  12  No.  Cobnrg  st.     12. 
H  b  Coburg  Place,  by  St.  Rollox.     6. 
Ff  Coburg  St.  (South),  from  Norfolk  st.  to  Bedford 

street.     12. 
Ff  Coburg  St.  (North),  from  Oxford  st.  to  Norfolk 

street.    12. 
G  d  Cochrane  St.,  fr.  Montrose  st.  to  George  sq.     7. 
C  k  Cogan  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
D  b    Colebrooke  St.,  off  Gt.  West,  rd.,  Hillhd.     16. 

Coldstream  Street,  Keppochbill  road.     6. 
E  a  Colgrain  Terrace,  Springburn.     6. 
I)  c  College,  Gilmorehill,  Hillhead.     9. 
G  e  College  Street,  off  High  street.     5. 
E  e  College  St.  (West),  from  M'Alpine  st.  to  Brown 
street.     7. 
Colliers'  Row,  fr.  Backcauseway  to  Hart  st.     2. 
E  c  Columbia  Plaee,  21  Scotia  st.,  New  City  rd.     8. 
Comely  Park  PL,  off  22  and  30  Comely  Pk.  st.  3. 
le    Comely  Park  Street,  Gallowgate*o  Duke  st.   3. 
/  e    Comely  Park  Ter.,  off  33  Comely  Park  st.     3. 
Ff  Commerce  St.,  Tradeston,  from  Clyde  pi.  to  Cook 
street.     13. 


F  d  Commercial  Bank  Bldgs.,  8  to  12  Gordon  st.    7. 

G  e  Commercial  Court,  114  Candleriggs.     5. 

Gf  Commercial  Road,  from  Adelphi  st.  to  Govan- 

haugh.     11. 
Ef  Cook  Street,  fr.  Eglinton  st.  to  West  st.     13. 

Coomassie  Place,  Cathcart  rd.,  Govanhill.      11. 
B  e   Copeland  Road,  off  Govan  road.     15. 

Coplawhill,  Pollokshaws  rd.,  Strathbungo.     13. 
Fe    Corn  Exchange,  81  Hope  street.     7. 
F  e   Corn  Exchange  PI.,  13  to  23  Waterloo  st.     7. 
F  c  Corn  St. ,  fr.  Port  Dundas  to  Garscube  rd.     8.. 
G  d  Cornwall  Place,  Grafton  street.     6. 
Df  Cornwall  Street,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 
Ff  Coronation  Builds.,  fr.  So.  Coburg  st.  to  Eglinton 
street.    12. 
Corunna  Place,  227  Dumbarton  road.     10. 
D  d  Corunna  St.,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  sou.  side.     10. 
Coulter's  La.,  f.  Abercromby  st.  to  Little  st.     4. 
Coulter's  Sq.,  5  Marlborough  st.  and  33  Little 
street.     4. 
G  c  County  Buildings,  38  to  46  Wilson  street.     7. 
Couper  Place,  Couper  street.     6. 
Couper  Street,  off  Kennedy  St.,  St.  Rollox.     6. 
F  d  Cowcaddens  St.,  f.  junction  with  Buchanan  st.  to 
New  City  road.     North  side  of  do.  8  ;  South 
side  of  do.     7. 
G  a  Cowlairs  Cottages,  Cawlairs.     6. 
E  b  Cowlairs  Road,  north  of  Port  Dundas.    .6. 
F  b    Craigbank  Street,  off  Keppochbill  road. 
/  e     Craig  Park  St.,  f.  Duke  st.  to  Townmill  rd.    3. 
K  e   Craig  Street,  off  Duke  street. 

Craig  Street,  Kinning  park. 
F  c  Craighall  Road,  f.  Port  Dundas  to  Possil  rd.     8. 

West  side  of  do.     8  ;  East  side.     6. 
F  c   Craighall  Road  (High),  Port  Dundas.     6. 
D  e  Craigiehall  St.,  Plantation,  f.  Mair  st.  to  M'Lean 
street.     15. 
Craiglaw  Place,  Wilson  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
Ef  Craignestock  Place,  off  east  end  of  Gt.  Hamilton 

street.    4. 
Ef  Craignestock  St.,  east  end  of  Gt.  Hamilton  st.  4. 

Craigs  Street,  Kinning  Park. 
E  a  Craigton  Terrace,  Springburn.     6. 

Craigton  Terrace,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 
i"  e    Craig  Park  Street,  off  Duke  street.     3. 
D  d  Cranston  Hill,  west  end  of  Anderston.     10. 
D  d  Cranston  Place,  6  Cranston  st.,  Anderston.    10. 
D  d  Cranston  Street,  Main  street,  Anderston.     10. 
C  b   Cranworth  Street,  Hillhead.     16. 
G  d  Crawford  Place,  131  Rottenrow.     5. 
A  c   Crawford  St.,  355  and  361  Dumbarton  road. 

Partick.     16. 
F  c  Crawford  Street,  off  Forth  st.,  Port  Dundas.    6. 
/  e    Crawford  Street  (East),  off  Duke  street.     2. 
Ef  Crawford  Street,  off  Eglinton  street.     13. 
K  e   Croft  Street,  Parkhead.     2. 
E  c  Cromwell  St.,  f.  New  City  rd.  to  Great  Western 
road.    9. 
CrookstonPl.,  Pollok8hawsrd.,Strathbungo.  14. 
Ef  Crookston  Street,  fr.  Paisley  rd.  to  Scotland  st. 

East  side.     13  ;  West  side.     14. 
B  c   Cross  Street,  off  Hyndland  st.,  Partick.     16. 
Cross  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
Cross  Gibson  Street,  top  of  Gibson  street.     4. 
F  c   Crossburn  Street,  off  Braid  street.     8. 

Crossbill  Avenue  and  Villas,  off  Cathcart  road. 
Crossbill  Road,  off  Mill  street,  Rutherglen. 
B  a  Crossloan    Road,     off     Great     Western     road,. 
Kelvinside.     16. 


STREETS,   SQUARES,   PLACES,   &c. 


59 


A  b  Crow  Road,  fr.  Dumbarton  rd.  to  Balshagray, 

Partick.     16. 
C  b  Crown  Circus,  Dowanhill.     16. 
F  e   Crown  Court,  83  Virginia  street.     7. 
B  b  Crown  Gardens,  Dowanhill.     16. 

Crown  Place,  Crosshill.     17. 

Crown  Place,  174  to  196  Dumbarton  road.,  16. 
If  Crown  Point  Rd.,  off  Thomson's  la.,  Mile  end.  2. 
le  Crown  Point  St.,  f.  Gallowg.  to  Camlachiebn.  2. 
Ff  Crown  Street,  from  Adelphi  street,  south. 

Do.  East  side.     11 ;  West  side.     12. 
B  b  Crown  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 
F  e    Croy  Place,  f.  Turner's  court  to  Maxwell  st.    7. 
I  e    Cubie  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Crownpoint  rd.     2. 
G  e  Cumberland  Court,  168  Gallowgate.     5. 
Ff  Cumberland  Lane,  off  Cumberland  street.     12. 
Ff  Cumberland    Place,    from  -Eglinton    street   to 

Abbotsford  place.  12. 
Ff  Cumberland  St.  (S.),  f.  Eglintonst.  to  Crown  st.  12. 
Do.  from  Crown  street  eastwards.  11. 
H  f  Cumberland  Street,  Calton,  off  Canning  st.  4. 
E  c  Cumberland  St.  (West),  off  Woodlands  rd.  9. 
L  d  Cumbernauld  Road,  off  east  end  of  Duke  st.  3. 
F  h  Cnmbrae  Place,  Dixon  avenue,  Govanhill. 

D 

F  h  Daisy  Street,  off  Calder  St.,  Govanhill.  12. 
Eg  Dale  Street,  Main  st.  to  Dalmarnock  rd.  1. 
Ef  Dale  St.,  Tradeston,f.  Clyde  pi.  to  Cook  st.  13. 

Dalhousie  La.,  f.  Dalhousie  st.  to  Garnetb.  st.  7. 
E  c  Dalhousie  PI.,  1-21  Shamrock  st.,  N.  City  rd.  7. 
E  d  Dalhousie  Street,  fr.  New  City  rd.  to  Sauchie- 

hall  street.     7. 
K  h  Dalmarnock  Bridge. 

I  g    Dalmarnock  Rd.  (Old  and  New),  Bridgeton.  1. 
K  f  Dalmarnock  Street,  Parkhead.     2. 
Eg  Darnley  St.,  off  Nithsdale  rd.,  Polloksbields. 

Darnley  Ter.,  N.  Kilmarnock  rd.,  Shavvlands.  17. 
//   David  St.,  Gallowg.  to  Broad  St.,  Mile-end.     2. 
/  g    Davidson  Street,  off  Dalmarnock  road. 
H  e  Deacon's  Close,  22  Calton-mouth.     4. 
E  e  Deacon's  Lane,  43  Main  street,  Calton.     4. 

Dean  Place,  Govanhill  street,  Govanhill. 
G  d  Dean  Place,  112  Rottenrow.     5. 
G  d  Dean  Street,  off  Balmano  street.     5. 

Dean  Terrace,  Paisley  road.     14. 
G  d  Deanside  Lane,  f.  74  George  st.  to  Rottenrow.  5. 
G  d  Dempster  St.,  f.  west  side  of  N.  Frederick  st.  7. 

Denholm  Place,  27  to  41  Springfield  road.     1. 
F  a  Denmark  Street,  f.  Allander  st.  to  Gartmore  St. 
I  d    Dennistoun,  North  of  Duke  street. 
C  b   Derby  Crescent,  Kelvinside.     16. 
D  d  Derby  St.,  Dumbarton  rd.  to  Kelvingrove  pk.  9. 
D  d  Derby  Terrace,  Derby  street  to  Gray  street.     9. 
F  f  Devon  St.,  f.  Eglinton  st.  to  Pollokshaws  rd.  12. 
Eb   Dick  Street,  off  North  Woodside  road.     9. 
C  d  Dingwall  Street,  off  Kelvinhaugh  street.     10. 
E  e  Dinning's  Court,  47  Dale  st.,  Tradeston.     13. 
F  h  Dixon's  Avenue,  Govanhill,  f.  Victoria  rd.  east- 
wards to  County  boundary,  near  Kelburn  ter. 
12.     Eastwards  of  that.     17. 
F  e   Dixon  St.,  f.  Great  Clyde  st.  to  Howard  st.     7. 
F  c  Dobbie's  Loan,  f.  Castle  street  to  Garscube  rd. 

Do.     from  Castle  street  to  Pt.  Dundas  rd.  6. 
F  e   Dobbie's  Loan,  f.  P.  Dundas  rd.  to  Garscube  rd.  8. 
E  e    Dock  Lane,  off  Springfield  lane. 
C  d  Dock  Street,  off  Kelvinhaugh  street.      10. 

Doncaster  Street,  off  Well  road.     9. 


Dopn  Terrace,  Shields  road  and  Prince's  street, 
Pollokshields.     13. 
E  d  Dorset  St.,  f.  Cleveland  st.  to  Elderslie  st.     9. 
Douglas  Court,  192  Argyle  street.     7. 
Douglas  Place,  Langside  road,  Crosshill.     17. 
E  d  Douglas  Street,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Sauchieh.  st.     7. 
B  c   Douglas  Street,  off  Dumbarton  rd.  Partick.  16. 
D  b  Doune  PI.  and  Ter.,  Garrioch,  Kelvinside.     16. 
G  e  Dovehill,  Great,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Grasme  st.     5. 
G  e  Dovehill,  Little,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Graeme  st.     5. 
D  d  Dover  Street,  foot  of  Claremont  street.     9. 

Dowanhill  Gards.,  off Byars'  rd.  and  Partickh.  1 6. 
B  c  Dowanhill  PL,  f.  Dowanhill  st.  to  Mansfield  st.  16. 
C  c   Dowanhill  St.,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.    16. 
Be   Dowanvale  Ter.,  off  Hyndland  St.,  Partick.  16. 
Downie  Place,  from  446-454  Dumbarton  road, 
Partick.     16. 
E  a  Downs  Street,  off  Avenue  road,  Sprirjgbum. 
G  d  Drummond  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.     6. 
F  d  Drury  Street,  f.  West  Nile  st.  to  Renfield  st.    7. 
E  d  Drygate,  from  High  street  to  Ladywell  street. 

North  side.     3  ;  South  side.     5. 
H  d  Drygate  Lane,  f.  Barony  Church  to  Drygate.   S. 
Fa  Duchray  Street,  off  Bardowie  street.      18. 
E  e  Duke  Street,  from  High  street  to  Carntyne. 

Do.     North  side  f.  High  st.  to  Parkhouse  la.  5. 
Do.     from  Parkhouse  lane  to  Carntyne  rd.  3. 
Do.     South  side  fr.  High  st.  to  Barrack  st.  5. 
Do.     from  Barrack  street  to  Whitevale  st.   3. 
Do.     from  Whitevale  st.  to  Carntyne  rd.     2. 
B  c  Dumbarton  Rd.,  head  Main  st.,  Anderston,  west. 
North  side.  f.  Elderslie  st.  to  St.  Vincent  st. 
10.  From  St.  Vincent  st.  westwards.     9. 
South  side.     10. 
G  e  Duncan's  Close,  125  High  street.     5. 
E  c  Duncan  Street,  off  West  Prince's  street.     9. 
Ef  Duncan  Street,  Canning  street.     4. 
Ef  Duncan  St.,  f.  Marlborough  st.  to  Abercrom.  st.  4. 

Dunchattan  Buildings,  219  Duke  street.     3. 
H  e  Dunchattan  Street,  off  Duke  street.     3. 
Dunchattan  Terrace,  off  Duke  street.     3. 
Dundas  Hill,  north  of  Port  Dundas.    6. 
Fd  Dundas  Lane,  f.  Dundas  st.  to  Buchanan  st.    7. 
Ef  Dundas  Street,  Kingston,  from  Paisley  road  tc 

Scotland  street.     13. 
F  d  Dundas  St.,  f.  W.  Geo.  st.  to  Parliamentary  rd. 
Do.     from  W.  George  st.  to  Cathedral  st.    7. 
Do.     f.  Cathedral  st.  to  Parliamentary  rd.   6. 
Dundas  Terrace,  Langside  road.  Crosshill.     17. 
F  e  Dundas  Vale,  cor.  ofN.  City  and  Garscube  rds.  8. 
Dundonaid  Road,  Kelvinside. 
Dunedin  Place,  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill. 
E  C   Dunearn  S'.,  f.  Gt.  Western  rd.  to  W.  Prince's  st. 

Dunkeld  Place,  Victoria  street,  Dowanhill. 
Ef  Dunlop  Street,  fr.  Argyle  st.  to  E.  Howard  st.   7. 
Dnnlop  Street,  Maryhill.     18. 
Dunmore  Place,  Govan.     15. 
D  d  Dunmore  Terrace,  4  to  16  Derby  street.     9. 
Ig    Dunn  Street,  off  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 
Dunolly  Street,  off  Garngad  road.     3. 
Dunrobin  Place,  Paisley  road,  west.     15. 
Durham  Court,  47  King  street.     5. 
G  e   Dyer's  Lane,  off  St.  Andrew's  square.     5. 
Dyework  Road,  Bridgeton.     1. 

E 

D  e  Eaglesham  Street,  Paisley  rd.  to  Govan  rd.    15. 
Kf  Eastern  Rd.  (Great),  Camlachie,  Parkhead.     2. 


60 


STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


Eastfield  Place,  end  of  Springburn  road. 
//  a  Eastfield  Street,  off  Springburn  rd.  Springburn. 
G  c  East  Wharf,  Port  Dundas.     6. 

Easton  Terrace,  south  side  of  Paisley  road.     15. 

Edgefauld  Terrace,  off  Balgrae,  Springburn. 
II  e  Edmund  Street,  off  Ark  lane.     3. 
C  d  Edward  St.,  off  Lumsden  st,  Overnewton.     10. 
Ff  Edwin  Place,  head  of  Surrey  street.     12. 

Eglinton  Lane,  off  Eglinton  street.     12. 
Ff  Eglinton  Place,  off  Eglinton  street.     12. 
Ff  Eglinton  St.,  from  Bridge  st.  to  Pollokshaws  rd. 
East  side.     12 ;     West  side.     13. 

Eglinton  Terrace,  Victoria  rd.,  Govanhill.     13. 

Elba  Lane.     2. 

Elcho  Place,  Pollokshaws  road,  Strathbungo. 
H  e  Elcho  St.,  from  Millroad  st.  to  Gallowgate.     4. 

Elder  Street,  Govan.     15. 
D  d  Elderslie  St.,  from  Main  st.  to  St.  Vine.  st.    10. 
Do.     fr.  St.  Vincent  st.  to  Sauchiehall  st.    9. 

Eldon  Street,  South  Woodside.     9. 
B  c   Eldon  Ter.,  off  Hyndland  street,  Partick.     16. 
E  d  Elgin  PI.,  Sauchiehall  st.  to  corner  of  Pitt  st.   9. 

Elgin  Place,  Pollokshaws  rd.,  Strathbungo.  14. 

Elgin  Street,  off  Gallowgate.  2. 
Fff  Elgin  St.,  f.  Pollokshaws  rd.  to  Eglinton  st.  12. 
C  c  Elgin  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 

Elizavale  Street,  off  London  road.     2. 

Ellesmere  Place,  Hutcheson  square. 
D  e  Elliot  Street  and  Place,  from  Lancefield  quay 
to  Dumbarton  road.     10. 

Elliot  Street,  off  Byars'  road,  Hillhead.     16. 
G  g  Elm  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
E  d  Elmbank  Ores.,  f.  Elmbank  pi.  to  North  st.     9. 

Elmbank  Lane,  back  of  Elmbank  place.     9. 
E  d  Elmbank  PL,  1  to  35  and  2  to  30  Elmbank  st.  9. 
E  d  Elmbank  St.,  f.  Sauchiehall  st.  to  St.  Vin.  st.   9. 
Gg  Elmfoot  Street,  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
E  d  Elmgrove  PI.,  Jane  st.  and  Holland  street.     9. 
E  a  Elmvale  Row  (East),  Springburn.     6. 
H  a  Elmvale  St.,  off  Springburn  rd.,  Springburn.    6. 
Ff  Elphinstone  Place,  Gorbals  cross. 

Elphinstpn  Street,  Govan.     15. 
F  d  Elphiston  Place,  40-48  Cambridge  street.     7. 
le    Emily  Place,  off  Sword  street,  Gallowgate.     3. 

Engine  Row,  off  Cathcart  road.     11. 

English  (Lower)  Buildings,  off  Cathcart  rd.    11. 
Gf  Errol  St.,  off  Shamrock  st.  Hutchesontown.     11. 

Eton  Gardens,  Wilson  street,  Hillhead.      16. 
D  c  Eton  Place,  Wilson  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
D  c  Eton  Ter.,  Wilson  st.  to  Gt.  George  st.,  Hillh.  16. 
D  b  Ettrick  Ter.,  Montgomerie  st.,  Kelvinside.    16. 
E  e  Ewing  Place,  York  st.  and  357  Argyle  st.     7. 

Ewing  Place,  Great  Eastern  road.     2. 
F  e  Exchange  Court,  85  Queen  street.     7. 
F  e  Exchange  Court  (South),  77  Queen  street.     7. 
F  e  Exchange  Court  (North),  St.  Vincent  place  and 

22  Royal  Exchange  square.     7. 
F  e   Exchange  Square  (Royal),  west  side  Queen  st.    7. 


Factory  Court,  122  Main  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 
/  i    Factory  Lane,  Rutherglen. 

Factory  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
E  d  Falkland  PI.,  cor.  Renfrew  st.,  St.  George's  rd.  9. 

Farie  Street,  off  Mill  street,  Rutherglen. 

Farmloan  Road,  Rutherglen. 
G  g  Fauldhouse  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
E  d  Ferguson  St.,  Cowcaddens  st.  to  Cambridge  st.  7. 


Fernie  Place,  Gairbraid  street.     18. 

Fernie  Terrace,  Gairbraid  street.     18. 
B  d  Ferry  Road,  Yorkhill,  Partick.     10. 

Fielden  St.,  fr.  Crown  Point  st.  to  London  rd.  2. 
Fd  Fife  PI.,  f.  90-114  and  91-129  W.  George  st.  7, 

Findhorn  Place,  Old  Dumbarton  road.     10. 
/  e    Finlay  Drive,  f.  Whitehill  st.  to  Meadowpark  st. 
F  e   Finlay  Place,  foot  of  Maxwell  street.     7. 

I  d  Findlay  St.,  Cowcaddens  st.  to  W.  Russell  st.  7. 

Finlayson  Place,  Hillhead.     16. 
D  e  Finnieston,  west  end  of  Stobcrossst.,  Anderst.  10. 
D  e  Finnieston  Lane,  off  Finnieston  street.     10. 
n  e  Finnieston  Quay,  foot  of  Finnieston  street.    10. 
D  e  Finnieston  St.,  fr.  Dumbarton  rd.  to  Clyde.   10. 

Firhill  Road,  off  Garscube  rd.,  south  of  Canal.  8. 
//  d  Firpark  St.,  f.  Ark  la.  to  Alexandra  parade.    8. 

II  d  Firpark  Terrace,  Ark  lane.     3. 

G  e  Fish  Market,  36  East  Clyde  street.     7. 

II  e  Fisher  Street,  off  Dunchattan  street.     3. 

D  d  Fitzroy  Lane,  off  Claremont  street.     9. 

D  d  Fitzroy  Place,  Sauchiehall  street,  west  end.     9. 

Fleming  Place,  off  Avenue  road,  Springburn. 
F  c  Fleming  Street,  off  Garscube  road.     8. 
K  e  Fleming  Street,  off  Duke  street.     2. 

Fleming  Street,  Govan.     15. 
E  b  Flemington  Street,  Springburn. 
E  c  Florence  Place,  Stanley  st.,  Woodlands  road.    9. 
Ff  Florence  St.,  S.  Cumberl'd  st.  to  Caledonia  rd.  11. 

Florentine  Bank,  Hillhead  street,  Hillhead.  16. 

Florentine  Bank  Terrace,  Ann  st.  Hillhead.    16. 

Florentine  Place,  Gibson  street,  Hillhead.     16. 

Florentine  Terrace,  Ann  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
F  c  Forth  Street,  f.  Pt.  Dundas  rd.  to  Bank  st.     6. 
Eg  Forth  Street,  off  Maxwell  St.,  Pollokshields. 
If   Fordneuk  St.,  f.  London  rd.  to  Crown  Point  rd.  2. 
Be  Foremount  Ter.,  off  Hyndland  St.,  Partick.    16. 

Foundry  Open,  east  end  of  Gallowgate.     2. 
H  e  Fountain  St.,  off  Barrack  and  Sydney  streets.  3. 

Fountainwell  Rd.,  off  549  Springburn  road.  6. 
F  e  Fox  Street,  from  Dixon  st.  to  Maxwell  st.  7. 
Ef  Francis  St.,  fr.  Victoria  st.  to  Crawford  st.  13. 
E  c  Franklin  PI.,  c.  of  Western  rd.  and  St.  Geo.  rd.  9. 
H  g  Franklin  St.,  Bridgeton,  f.  Main  st.  to  Reid  st.  1. 
D  d  Franklin  Ter.,  f.  Sandyf'd  toll  to  Overnewton.  10. 

Fraser  Street,  off  London  road.     2. 

Fraserbank  St.,  off  New  Keppochhill  road.     6. 
H f  Frazer's  Court,  9  Reid  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 
G  d  Frederick  Lane,  Frederick  st.  to  N.  Hanover  st.  7. 
G  d  Frederick  Street  (North),  off  George  square. 

Do.,  from  George  square  to  Cathedral  st.     7. 

Do.,  from  Cathedral  st.  to  Parliament,  rd.    6. 

F  e    Frederick  St.  (S.),  f.  Ingram  st.  to  George  sq.  7. 

H  g  French  Street,  foot  of  Main  st,  Bridgeton.     1. 

G 

D  d  Gairbraid  Street,  Maryhill  road.     18. 
Gairbraid  Terrace,  Maryhill  road.    18. 
Galaknowe's  Cottage,  Butterbiggins  road.     12. 
D  d  Galbraith  Street,  west  end  of  Stobcross  st.    10. 
G  d  Galloway  Court,  10  George  street.     5. 
G  e  Galloway  Court,  37  Glassford  street.     7. 

Gallowflat  Place,  Rutherglen. 
II  e  Gallowgate,  from  the  Cross  to  Camlachie  bridge. 
North  side  of  do.  to  Barrack  street.     5. 
South  side  of  do.  from  Saltmarket  to  E.  St. 

Mungo  street.     5. 
North  side  fr.  Barrack  st.  to  Whitevale  st.  3. 
From  Whitevale  to  Camlachie  bridge.     2. 


STREETS,   SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c 


61 


Ec 
Ed 
Gd 


Ec 
Ec 

Ec 
Ed 
Hd 
He 
Fc 
Bb 
Fd 
Fd 
Fd 
Eb 


le 


Fa 
Fh 
Ke 
Ec 
Fd 
Fd 
Fd 
Be 
Gd 


Fd 
B) 
Fd 
Ge 
Jle 
Dc 


Gd 

Cc 
G9 


C  d 
Ec 
Ec 
Fe 


Cb 
Hh 
Db 
Cc 
G  e 
G  d 


Gallowgate,  So.  side  fr.  South  St.  Mungo  street 
to  Henrietta  st.     4. 

From  Henrietta  st.  to  Camlachie  bridge.     2. 
Garden  Place,  24  to  28  Napiershall  street.    9. 
Garden  PL,  cor.  ofWest  Regent  st.  and  Pitt  st.  7. 
Garden  Street,  fr.  Weaver  st.  to  Taylor  st.     5. 
Garden  Square,  off  Allison  St.,  Govanhill. 
Garden  Terrace,  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill. 
Gardenside,  293  to  307  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 
Gardner  St.,  f.  N.  Woodside  to  N.  City  road.  8. 
Garnetdale,  43  to  59  Shamrock  street.     9. 
Garnethill,  north  side  of  Sauchiehall  street. 
Garnethill  St.,  from  Hill  st.  to  Shamrock  st.    9. 
Garnet  Place,  Hill  street,  Garnethill.     7. 
Garngad  Hill,  off  Castle  street,  Garngad  rd.     3. 
Garngad  Road,  off  Castle  street.     3. 
Garnkirk  Street,  off  East  Milton  street.     G. 
Garrioch  Mill  Road,  off  North  Woodside  rd.    9. 
Garscadden  Street,  off  Port  Dundas  road.     8. 
Garscadden  St.,f.  Port  Dundas  rd.  to  Bishop  st.  6. 
Garscube  La.,  P.  Dundas  rd.  to  Maitland  st.  8. 
Garscube    Road,   north  side,  from  Cowcaddens 

street  to  Parliamentary  boundary.     8. 
Garscube  Road,  south  side,  from  Cowcaddens  st. 

to  Cedar  street.     8. 
Garscube  Road,  from  Cedar  st.  to  Parliamentary 

boundary.     9. 
Garthland    Drive,    from    Armadale    street    to 

Meadowpark  street. 
Garthland  Street,  off  Glassford  street.     7. 
Gartmore  St.,  from  Balmore  st.  to  Denmark  st. 
Garturk  Street,  off  Allison  st.,  Govanhill.     12. 
Gateside  Street,  off  Duke  street.     2. 
Gayfield  Street,  off  Scotia  street.     9. 
George  La.  (E.)  f.  St.  Vin.  la.  to  Buchanan  st.    7. 
George  La.  (W.)  f.  W.  Nile  st.  to  Douglas  st.  7. 
George  Sq.,  west  end  Geo.  st.  and  Cochran  st.  7. 
George  Street  (Great),  Hillhead.     16. 
George  Street,  from  Duke  st.  to  George  square. 

Do.  from  Duke  street  to  Montrose  street,     5. 

Do.  from  Montrose  street  to  George  sq.     7. 
George  St.  (W.),  f.  George  sq.  to  Blythswood  sq.  7. 
George  Street,  Mile-end,  offFordneuk  st.     2. 
Germiston  St.,  off  the  top  of  Buchanan  st.     C. 
Gibson's  Court,  46  Saltmarket.     5. 
Gibson  St.,  from  Gallowgate  to  Calton  entry.  4. 
Gibson  St.,  Hillhead,  from  Kelvin  bridge  to  Hill- 
head  street.     16. 
Gilbert  Place,  Carfin  street,  Govanhill. 
Gilbert  Street,  off  Park  st.,  Kelvinhaugh.     10. 
Gillie's  Court,  202  Broomielaw.     7. 
Gilmore  Street,  off  Church  street,  Particle.     16. 
Gilmour  St.,  Rutherglen  rd.  to  Caledonia  rd.  11. 
Gilmour  Street,  Paisley  road.     15. 
Gilmorehill,  Hillhead.     9. 
Gladstone  Place,  39  to  55  Kelvinhaugh  st.   10. 
Gladstone  Place,  19  Rosehall  street.     8. 
Gladstone  St.,  f.  St.  George's  rd.  to  Gardner  st.  8. 
Glasgow  Bridge,  south  end  of  Jamaica  st.  North 

half.    7.     South  half,  east  side.    12.     South 
half,  west  side.     13. 
Glasgow  Observatory,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Glasgow  Road,  Rutherglen. 
Glasgow  Street,  Hillhead,  off  Smith  st.     16. 
Glasgow  University,  Gilmorehill.     9. 
Glassford  Street,  fr.  Argyle  st.  to  Ingram  st.    7. 
Glebe  St.,  f.  Castle  st.  to  Garnk.  Rail,  depot.  C. 
Glen  Place,  east  end  of  Duke  street.     2. 
Glecavon  Terrace,  off  Crow  road.     16. 


Glencairn  Place,  Mount  Florida. 
GlencairnTer.,  Kelvinside  gards.,  Kelvinside.  16. 

I  e    Glenpark  St.,  off  E.  Miller  St.,  Fleming  st.     2. 

Glenton  Ter.,  Roxburgh  st.,  Kelvinside.     16. 
Glenpark  Road,  off  East  Nelson  street.     2. 
Gloucester  Place,  75  Hill  street,  Garnethill.    7. 
EJ  Gloucester  St.,f.  West  st.  to  Crookston  st.    IS. 

II  d  Golfhill  Drive,  f.  Craigpark  st.  to  Firpark  st.  8. 
H  d  Golfhill  Terrace,  Firpark  street.     3. 

F  e  Goosedubbs  St.,  f.  Stockw.  st.  to  ft.  Old  wynd.  7. 

F f  Gorbals,  south  end  of  Victoria  bridge.     12. 

Ff  Gorbals  Cres.,  45  to  93  Rutherglen  loan.     12. 

F  d  Gordon  Lane,  9  Gordon  street.     7. 

F  d  Gordon  Street,  fr.  Buchanan  st.  to  Hope  st.     7. 

E  c  Gourlay  Place,  off  Garngadhill.     3. 

G  b  Gourlay  Street,  Springburn  road.     6. 

G  g  Govanbank,  Rutherglen  road.     11. 

Gf  Govanhaugh,so.-eastsideofHutchesontown.  11 

Fh  Govanhill  Square.     11. 

Fh  Govanhill  Street,  east   of  Cathcart  road,  11; 

west  of  do.  12. 
B  d  Govan  Road,  from  Paisley  road  to  Govan. 

Do.,  south  side,  west  to  county  boundary.  14. 

Do.,  north  side,  and  remainder  of  s.  side.  15. 
Gf  Govan  St.,  Hutchesontown,  f.  Main  st.  eastwards. 

Do.  from  Main  street  to  Crown  street.     12. 

Do.  from  Crown  street  eastwards.     11. 
Govan  View  Ter.,  7  Cathcart  rd.,  Govanhill.  11. 
D  b  Gower  Street,  Kelvinside.     16. 
Cf  Gower  Street,  off  Paisley  road,  west. 
D  d  Grace  Street,  west  end  of  Stobcross  street.     10. 
B  c  Grace  Street,  off  Douglas  street,  Partick.     ]  6. 
G  e  Grame  Street,  f.  High  st.  to  Barrack  wall.    5. 
G  d  Grafton  Place,  f.  Montrose  st.  to  Grafton  st.    6. 
G  d  Grafton  Square,  head  of  Grafton  street.     6. 
G  d  Grafton  St.,  fr.  Grafton  square  to  Stirling  rd.  6. 
G  d  Grafton  Terrace,  head  of  North  John  st.     6. 
G  e  Graham's  Buildings,  62  George  street.     5. 
Hf  Graham's  Court,  Sister  street,  Calton.     4. 
Fh  Graham's  Square,  Govanhill.     11. 
He  Graham's  Square,  445  Gallowgate.     3. 
E  c  Graham  Street  (West),  off  Cambridge  street. 

Do.,  from  Cambridge  street  to  Scott  st.     7. 

Do.,  from  Scott  street  to  St.  George's  rd.  9. 
If  Graham  Street,  Dalmarnock  rd.  to  Baltic  st.  1. 
B  c  Graham  St.,  from  Orchard  st.  to  Merkland  st. 

Partick.  16. 
Graham  Street,  off  Bank  street,  Hillhead.  16. 
H  e  Grammont  Place,  380  to  390  Duke  street.  3. 
D  b  Granby  Terrace,  Hillhead  street,  Hillhead.  16. 
E  i  Grange  Terrace,  Mount  Florida.  17. 
D  g  Grange  Ter.,  Albert  st.  &  Forth  st.  Pollokshields. 
E  c  Grant  St.,  f.  Cumberland  st.  to  St.  George's  rd.  9. 
Granville  Buildings,  corner  of  Maxwell  st.  and 

Kenmure  street,  Pollokshields. 
E  c  Granville  Street,  St.  George's  road.     9. 
F  h  Granville  Place,  off  Allison  st.,  Govanhill.     12. 
E  d  Granville  St.,  from  ^auchiehall  rd.  to  Kent  rd.  9 
E  c  Granville  Street,  off  St.  George's  road.     9. 
Ef  Gray's  Court,  Dale  street,  Tradeston.     13. 
D  d  Gray  Street,  off  Dumbarton  road.     9. 

Gray's  Lane,  Westmuir,  Parkhead.     2. 
K  e  Great  Eastern  Road,  f.  Camlachie  burn  east.  2 
D  c  Great  George  St.,  off  Smith  st,    Hillhead.    16 
B  b  Great  Kelvin  Terrace,  Hillhead.     16. 
D  f  Great  Wellington  Street,  Paisley  road.     14. 
B  b  Gt.  Western  Rd.,  f.  N.  City  rd.  to  Kelvin  bdge.  9. 
B  b  Great  Western  Road,  from  Kelvin  bridge  west- 
wards to  county  boundary      16. 


62 


STREETS,    SQUARES,   PLACES,   &c. 


B  b   Great  Western  Terrace,  Kelvinside.      16. 

Green  Bank,  Govan  road.     15. 
Hf  Greenlodge  Terrace,  Greenhead  street.     1. 
H f  Green  Street,  Bridgeton,  off  Main  street.     4. 
E  e  Green  Street,  Calton,  off  Great  Hamilton  st.    4. 
G  e  Green  Street  (Low),  off  Greendyke  street.     5. 
Ef  Green  St.  La.,  west  side  of  Green  st.,  Bridget.  4. 

Greenbank  Terrace,  end  of  Springburn  road. 
G  e  Greendyke  Street,  foot  of  Saltmarket.     5. 

Greenfield  Place,  Govan.     15. 
B  d  Greenhaugh  Place,  Govan.     15. 
B  d  Greenhaugh  Street,  Govan.     15. 
E f  Greenhead  Buildings,  Canning  st.,  Calton.     4. 
Ef  Greenhead  Street,  fr.  William  st.  to  Newhall  st. 
Do.       from  William  street  to  John  st.     4. 
Do.       from  John  street  to  Newhall  st.     1. 

Greenhead  Street,  Govan.     15. 
E  d  Greenhill  Place,  St.  Vincent  st.,  from  Pitt  st.  to 

India  street.     9. 
D  d  Greenhill  Place,  80  Finnieston  street.     10. 

Greenhill  Eoad,  Eutherglen. 
B  d  Greenhill  St.,  f.  St.  Vine.  st.  to  Bishop  st.    10. 
D  e  Greenlaw  Place,  447  to  473  Paisley  road.     14. 
Ef  Greenock  Place,  40  West  St.,  Tradeston.     13. 

Greenside  Ln.,  f.  Greenside  st.  to  Cumberl.  st.  12. 
Ff  Greenside  Street,  from  Hospital  st.  to  Main  st., 
Gorbals.     12. 

Greenvale,  from  Bluevale  to  Glenpark.     2. 
E  c   Greenvale  PI.,  10  to  26  Cumberland  st,  west.  9. 
Hf  Greenvale    Street,    from  East   Eose   street   to 
Thomson's  lane.,  east.     2. 

Greenwell  Place,  Govan.     15. 
H  e  Greig's  Place,  corner  of  Green  street  and  King 
street,  Calton.     4. 

Grosvenor  Place,  Allison  street  and  Cathcart  rd., 
Govanhill. 
G  b  Grosvenor  Ter.,  at  Botanic  gars.,  Kelvinside.  16. 
E  c  Grove  Street,  from  Garscube  rd.  to  Scotia  st.  8. 
D  c  Grovebank  Place,  off  Park  road.     9. 
D  c  Grovebank  Terrace,  off  Park  road.     9. 
G  e  Guildry  Ct.,  137  Bridgegate  &  25  E.  Clyde  st.  7. 

Gushet  Faulds,  Hutchesontown.     12. 


Haghill,  Cumbernauld  road.     3. 
F  g  Hallside  St.,  Naburn  st.  to  Upper  Camden  st.  11. 
Be    Hamilton  Crescent,  Hamilton  street  and  Peel 

street,  Partick.     16. 
D  b  Hamilton  Drive,  off  Gt.  Western  road.     16. 
D  b  Hamilton  Dr.  (N.),  off  St.  James'  st.  Hillh.  16. 
F  b  Hamilton  Hill,  off  Possil  road.     16. 
D  b  Hamilton  Park  Quadrant,  off  Gt.  West.  rd.  16. 
D  b  Hamilton  Park  Terrace,  off  Gt.  Western  rd.  16. 
B  c  Hamilton  Place,  from  Hamilton  street  to  Peel 

street,  Partick.     16. 
E  c  Hamilton  Place,  46  to  72  Gt.  Western  rd.     16. 
D  i   Hamilton  Place,  Langside. 

Hamilton  Eoad,  Eutherglen. 
G  d  Hamilton  Street  (Little),  from  High  John  street 

to  North  Frederick  street     7. 
A  d  Hamilton  Street,  Govan.     15. 

Hamilton  Street,  Westmuir,  Parkhead.     2. 
B  c  Hamilton  Street,  Dumbarton  road. 
Hf  Hamilton  Street  (Great),  from  South  St.  Mungo 

street  to  Canning  street,  Calton.     4. 
B  c  Hamilton  Ter.  (West),  off  Peel  St.,  Partick.  16. 

Hampden  Place,  Mount  Florida. 
F  i   Hampden  Terrace,  Mount  Florida.     17. 


E  c  Hampton  Buildings,  west  end  of  Shamrock  st.  9. 

G  e  Hampton  Buildings,  Shuttle  street.     5. 

E  d  Hampton  Court  Ter.,  208-234  Eenfrew  st.     9. 

Hampton  Place,  Gallowgate.     2. 
Ff  Handel  Place,  Upper  Crown  street.     11. 
I  g    Hannah  Street,  Bridgeton. 
F  d  Hanover  St.  (N.),  f.  Geo.  sq.  to  Parliament,  rd. 
Do.      from  George  square  to  Cathedral  st.  7. 
Do.      f.  Cathedral  st.  to  Parliamentary  rd.  6. 
F  e   Hanover  St.  (So.),  f.  Ingram  st.  to  Geo.  sq.     7. 
B  b  Hanover  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 
E  e  Harbour  (South  Side),  from  Glasgow  bridge  to 

Plantation  quay. 
E  e  Harbour,  f.  Glasgow  bridge  to  Springfield  la.   13. 
D  e       Do.     from  Springfield  lane  to  Mavisbank  quay 
at  Municipal  boundary.  14  ;  from  Municipal 
boundary,  Mavisbank  quay,  west.     15. 
C  e   Harbour  (N.  Side),  f.  Glasg.  bridge  to  E.  Kelvin. 
F  e       Do.     from  Glasgow  bridge  to  MAlpine  st.  7. 
E  e       Do.     from  M'Alpine  street  to  Kelvin.     10. 
Harmony  Place,  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill. 
Harmony  Place,  Govan.     15. 
A  d  Harmony  Eow,  Govan.     15. 

Harrington  Street,  off  Gairbraid  street.     18. 
Hart  Street,  Westmuir,  Parkhead.     2. 
H  d  Hartfield  Street,  off  east  end  of  Parliamentary 

road,  Townhead.     6. 
Fc    Harvey  Street,  Port  Dundas. 
If   Hanie's  Place,  223  New  Dalmamock  road.     1. 
1  g    Harvie  Street,  off  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 
If   Hatter's  Eow,  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 
G  e  Havannah  St.,  from  High  st.  to  Burnside  ln.  5. 
Fe   HavelockBldgs.,  Maxwell  st.  &  E.  Howard  st.  7. 
Ff  Havelock  PI ,  106  Cumberland  st.  (South).    12. 
D  d  Havelock  Street,  Finnieston  st.  to  Elliot  st.  10. 
C  c  Havelock  Street,  Partick.      16. 
C  f  Havelock  Terrace,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 
F  a  Hawthorn  St.,  fr.  Balmore  st.  to  Ashfield  st. 
B  c   Hayburn  Street,  Partick.     16. 
B  b    Hayburn  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Gf  Hayfield  St.,  M'Neil  st.,  Hutchesontown.     11. 
Hayfield  Terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Hazelbank  Place,  New  Cathcart. 
B  d  Helen  Street,  Govan.     15. 

Helenvale  Street,  Parkhead.     2. 
D  b  Henderson  St.,  f.  N.  City  rd.  to  Kelvin  dr.     9. 
D  f  Henderson  Street,  off  West  Scotland  st.     14. 
77  e  Henrietta  Street,  f.  Gallowgate  to  East  Eose  st. 

East  side  of  do.     2  ;  west  side.     4. 
Fe    Herald  Buildings,  67  Buchanan  street.     7. 
Ff  Herbertson  St.,  f.  S.  Coburgst.  to  Eglint.  st.  12. 
F  d  Hereford  PI.,  cor.  of  Renfrew  st.  and  Eose  st.  7. 
E  c   Hereford  Place,  cor,  of  Grove  st.  and  Braid  st.  8. 
G  d  Heriothill,  137  Stirling  road.     6. 
Heriot  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
Do.  Eutherglen. 

D  g  Herriet  Street,  off  Maxwell  st.,  Pollokshields. 
G  e  High  St.,  f.  the  Cross  to  Infirmary  sq.     5. 
C  c   Highburgh  Road,  Dowanhill.     16. 
E  d  Highbury  Place,  39,  41  Scott  st.,  Garnethill.  9. 
G  d  Hill  Place,  20  Stirling  road.     7. 
D  d  Hill  Sq.  and  St.,  off  Stobcross  st,  Anderston.  10. 
II  e  Hill  Street,  from  Duke  st.  to  Gallowgate.     3. 
E  d  Hill  St.,  Garneth.,  f.  Cambr.  st.  to  St.  George's  rd. 
Do.     from  Cambridge  street  to  Scott  st.     7. 
Do.     from  Scott  street  to  St.  George's  rd.     9. 
D  d  Hill  St.,  f.  Stobcross  st.  to  Main  st,  Anderst.  10. 
H  d  Hill  St.,  off  Springburn  rd.,  Springburn.     6. 
Gf  Hill's  Ct.,  30  Rose  st,  Hutchesontown.     11. 


STEEETS,   SQUARES,  PLACES,   &c. 


63 


Cc 
Dc 

Cc 


Ed 

Ed 

Ee 
Fd 
D  e 
Ec 
Ec 

Ed 
Fd 


Eb 
G  c 
Ff 
Dd 
Dd 
Ef 
Ef 

F  e 
Fe 

ig 

If 
Be 

Gf 
Ff 
I  c 
Ee 
D  d 

He 
Cb 
Ff 
Ge 
Gf 
Ec 
Ee 
Ee 
Ee 

Ee 

Bb 
Bb 
B  c 


Hillhead  Gardens,  Hillhead  st.,  Hillhead.     16. 
Billhead  PL,  Hillh.,  f.  Bank  st.  to  Glasgow  st.  16. 
Hillhead  St.,  off  Gt.  Western  rd.,  Hillhead.   10. 
Hillsborough  Square,  Hillhead.     16. 
Hillside  Gardens,  off  Hyndland  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
Hillside  St.  and  Ten,  off  465  Springburn  rd. 
Hillside  Terrace,  Firpark  street.      3. 
Hilton   Ter.,   Crossbill.      No.  3.  12;    Nos.  4, 

6,  10,  and  1  Langside  road.     17. 
Hinshaw  St.,  Garscube  rd.  to  N.  City  rd.     9. 
Holborn  Ter.,  Montgomerie  st.,  Kelvinside.     16. 
Holland  Place,  off  St,  Vincent  street.     9. 
Holland   Street,  from  Saucbiehall  street  to  St. 

Vincent  street.     9. 
Holm  Street,  f.  Wellington  street  to  Pitt  st.     7. 
Holmhead  St.,  f.  Dundas  st.  to  N.  Frederick  st.  6. 
Holyrood  Crescent,  Great  Western  road.     9. 
Holyrood  Place,  171  New  City  road.     9. 
Holyrood  Place,  23  Napiershall  street.     9. 
Hope  Place,  off  New  City  road.     9. 
Hope  St.,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  West  Russell  st.     7. 
Hope  St.,  from  Main  st,,  Anderston,  to  Stob- 

cross  street.     10. 
Hope  Street  (East),  Camlachie,  Parkhead.     2. 
Hope  Terrace,  Langside  rd.,  Govanhill.      12. 
Hopehill,  North  Woodside  road.     9. 
Hopehill  Road,  f.  Garscube  rd.  to  N.  City  rd.  9. 
Hopeton  Place,  f.  Rottenrow  to  Stirling  rd.     5 
Hospital  Street,  f.  Adelphi  st.  southwards.     12. 
Houldsworth  Place,  42  to  68  Cranston  st,     10. 
Houldsworth  St.,  f.  Dumbart.  rd.  to  Elliot  st.  10. 
Houston  Place,  off  Houston  street.     14. 
Houston  St.,  f.  Crookston  st.  to  Shields  rd.    14. 
Howard  Place,  116  Waterloo  street.     7. 
Howard  St.  (E.),  f.  Maxwell  st.  to  Stockw.  st.   7. 
Howard  St.,  from  Jamaica  st.  to  Maxwell  st.  7. 
Howard  St.,  f.  Savoy  st,  to  Adelphi  st.,  Bridg.  1. 
Hozier  St.,  fr.  Dalmarnock  st,  to  Baltic  st.     1. 
Hozier  St.,  f.  Orchard  st.  to  Clyde  St.,  Partk.  16. 
Hubbard  Place,  93  to  103  Garscube  road. 
Humane  Society  House,  Green.     4. 
Hume  PI.,  cor.  Rose  st.  and  Cumberland  st.    11. 
Hundred-acre  Hill,  east  from  Garngadhill.     6. 
Hunter  Street,  Gallowgate  st.  to  Duke  st,     5. 
Hunter  Terrace,  Claremont   street,  Kent  road, 

and  Berkeley  street.     9. 
Huntingdon  PL,  Springburn  rd.,  Springburn.  6. 
Huntly  Gardens,  near  Botanic  Gardens.     16. 
Hutcheson  Sq.,  betw.  Camden  &  Naburn  sts.  11. 
Hutcheson  St.,  from  Trongate  to  Ingram  st.     7, 
Hutchesontown,  south  end  of  Albert  bridge. 
Hutton's  Place,  Sighthill.     6. 
Hydepark  Buildings,  head  of  Hydepark  st.     10. 
Hydepark  Corner,  corner  of  Hydepark  st.     10. 
Hydepark  PL,  foot  Hydepark  St.,  Anderst.  qu.  10. 
Hydepark  Place,  Springburn  road.     3. 
Hydepark  St.,  f.  Stobcross  st.  to  Anderst.  qu.   10. 
Hyndford  Place,  Govan.     15. 
Hyndland  Avenue,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Hyndland  Drive,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Hyndland  St..  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 


Ibrox  Place,  Paisley  road,  Govan.     15. 
Bf  Ibrox  Terrace,  Paisley  road,  Govan.     15. 

Ibrox  Terrace,  West,  Govan.     15. 

Ibroxholm,  Paisley  road,  Govan.     15. 
F  d  India  Buildings,  corner  of  Gordon  and  Mitchell 
streets.     7. 


B  c  India  Street,  off  Hyndland  st,  Partick.     16. 

E  d  India  St.,  f.  St.  Vincent  st.  to  Elmbank  cres.     9. 

D  c  India  St.,  f.  Somerset  pi.  to  Claremont  gards.  9. 

Id   Ingleby  Drive,  from  Armadale  st.  to  Meadow- 
park  street. 

F g  Inglefield  St.,  from  Butterbiggins  rd.  to  Lark- 
field  street.     12. 
Inglefield  Terrace,  Cathcarfc  road.     11. 

7  a    Inglis  Street,  off  Bluevale  street.     2. 

Fe  Ingram  Buildings,  131  Ingram  street.     7. 

G  e   Ingram  Court  (East),  21  Ingram  street     7. 

F  e  Ingram  Place,  111  Ingram  street.     7. 

G  e  Ingram  St.  (W. ),  f  Candleriggs  to  Queen  st.   7. 
Do.,  north  side,  f.  Queen  st.  to  Montrose  st.  7. 
Do.,  east  of  Montrose  street.     5. 
Do.,  (East),  from  Ingram  st.  to  High  sL     5. 
lona  Place,  Mount  Florida. 


J 


Fe 
Fe 
Ge 
Fe 

&j 
Ed 
Ge 
Fe 

Vf 
Ef 

He 

Fe 
Ee 

Fg 


Ed 


Db 

Gf 

Gd 

Gd 
Gd 
Hf 

Te 

Hf 
Ee 
Ac 


7. 


Jackson  St.,  fr.  Stockwell  st.  to  Dunlop  st. 

Jaffray's  Close,  14  Goosedubbs.     7. 

Jail  Square,  foot  of  Saltmarket.     5. 

Jamaica  St.  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Glasgow  bridge.     7. 

James  Court,  18  Rose  st,  Hutchesontown.    11. 

James  Place,  Govan.     15. 

James  Morrison  Street,  off  London  street.     5. 

James  St.,  Rae  st  to  Midwharf,  P.  Dundas.  6. 

James  St.,  Greenhead  to  Bridgeton  cross     4. 

James  Street  (East),  from  Waterloo  street  to 

Crown  Point  road.     2. 
James  St.,  Calt,  f.  Stevenson  st.  to  Millroad  st.  4. 
James  Watt  St.,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Broomielaw.    7. 
Jamieson's  Lane,  77i  Main  st,  Anderston.    10. 
Jamieson  Street,  off  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill. 
Jane  Place,  Paterson  street,  Kingston.     13. 
JaDe  Place,  Albert  street,  Pollokshields. 
Jane  Place,  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
Jane  Street,  off  Blythswood  square. 

Do.       from  Blythswood  sq.  to  Pitt  st.     7. 
Do.       from  Pitt  street  westwards.    9. 
Jane  Terrace,  Kenmure  street  and  M'Culloch 

street,  Pollokshields. 
Jardine  Street,  from  Tillie  st.  to  Raeberry  street, 

near  Kelvinbridge.     9. 
John's  Court,  39  Crown  street.     11. 
John  Street,  Govan.     15. 
John  St.  (High),  from  George  st.  to  Grafton  sq. 

Do.  from  George  street  to  Stirling  road.     7. 

Do.  from  Stirling  road  to  Grafton  sq.     6. 
John  St.  (Low),  f.  Ingram  st.  to  George  st.     7. 
John  St.,  ff.  Greenhead  st.  to  Main  st.,  Bridgeton. 

South  side,  1 ;  North  side,  4. 
John  Street  (East),  east  end  of  Gallowgate.    2. 
John  St.  La.,  f.  John  st.  to  Green  st,  Bridgeton. 4. 
John  Knox  Street,  off  Duke  street.     5. 
Jordanhill  Street,  Partick.     16. 


Eg  Keir  Street,  Pollokshields.     13. 
E  g  Keir  Terrace,  Pollokshields.     13. 

Kelbourne  Street,  Kelvinside. 
Fh  Kelburn  Terrace,  G  art urk  street,  Govanhill.  12. 
G  d  Kelly's  Build.,  MAslin  st.  &  Parliament  rd.  6. 
C  b  Kelvin  Drive,  near  Great  Western  road,  back 

of  Lansdowne  crescent.     9. 
D  c  Kelvin  Row,  South  Woodside.     9. 
E  c   Kelvin  Street,  off  North  Woodside  road.     8. 


64 


STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


B  c  Kelvin  Street,  from  Dumbarton  road  to  Castle- 
baDk  street,  Partick.     16. 
Kelvin  Street,  Maryhill.     18. 
D  c  Kelvin  Terrace,  from  Glasgow  st.  to  Bank  st., 

Hillhead.     16. 
D  b  Kelvin  Terrace,  North,  north  side  of  the  Kelvin, 
facing  Hamilton  drive,  Kelvinside.     18. 
Kelvinbank  Ter.,  Dumbarton  rd.,  Sandyford.  9. 
Kelvinbank  Terrace,  Maryhill.     18. 
Kelvindale  Road,  Maryhill.     18. 
Kelvindale  Street,  off  New  City  road.     9. 
D  c  Kelvingrove  Park,  west  end  of  Sauchiehall  st.  9. 
D  d  Kelvingrove  Place,  Kelvingrove  street.     9. 
D  d  Kelvingrove  Street,  off  Dumbarton  road.     9. 
C  d  Kelvinhaugh  Street,  off  Dumbarton  road.     10. 
C  d  Kelvinhaugh  Rd;  (old),  off  Dumbarton  rd.     10. 
C  d  Kelvinhaugh  Village,  w.  Finnieston  on  Clyde.  10. 
D  b  Kelvinside  Avenue,  off  Maryhill  road.     18. 
JO  b  Kelvinside  Gardens,  Kelvinside.     16. 
J)  b  Kelvinside  Terrace,  east  end  of  Partick.     16. 
Kemp  Place,  Shields  road.     14. 
Kemp  Street,  Cowlairs  road,  Springburn. 
Kenmure  PI.,  Glebe  st.,  Parliamentary  road.    6. 
Do.      Place,  Pollokshields. 
E  g        Do.      Street,  Pollokshields. 

Do.      Terrace,  Pollokshields. 
G  d  Kennedy  St.,  from  Castle  st.  to  Dobbie's  loan.    6. 
Kensington  Place,  Sauchiehall  street  and  West 

Campbell  street.     7. 
Kensington  Terrace,  Ibrox.     15. 
B  b  Kensington  Road,  Dowanhill.     16. 
G  d  Kent  Place,  Glebe  st.,  Parliamentary  road.     6. 
D  d  Kent  Road,  off  North  street.     9. 
G  e  Kent  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Gt.  Hamilton  st.    4. 
Kent  Street,  off  Finnieston  street.     10. 
Kentigern  Place,  Parkhead.     2. 
Keppoch  Hill  Road,  north  of  St.  Rollox.     6. 
G  b  Keppoch  Hill  Road  (New),  from  Craighall  road 
to  Springburn  road.     6. 
Keppoch  Hill,  off  Port  Dundas.     6. 
F  b  Keppoch  Row,  Possil  Park.     8. 
H  f  Kerr  Street,  from  Little  st.  to  Rose  st.  (East).    4. 
C  b  Kersland  Terrace,  Hillhead.     16. 
Cb  KewTer.,Gt.  West,  rd.,  near  Botanic  Gards.   16. 
D  f  Keyden  St.,  off  W.  Scotland  st.,  Kinning  Pk.  14. 
U  b  Kibble  Crystal  Palace,  Botanic  Gardens. 
F  g  Kidston  Street,  Naburn  st.,  Hutchesontown.  11. 
F  b  Killearn  Street,  Possil  park.     8. 
H  a  Killearn  Terrace,  off  Hill  st.,  Springburn.     6. 
F  d  Killermont  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.     6. 

Kilmailing  Terrace,  Old  Cathcart.     17. 
F f  Kincaid  PI.,  Hospital  st.,  cor.  Cumberl'd  st.  12. 
G  e  King  Street,  from  Trongate  to  Bridgegate.  West 

side,  7 ;  East  side,  5. 
II  e  King  St.,  Calt.,  f.  Caltonmouth  to  Millroad  st.  4. 
B  e  King  Street,  Govan.     15. 
II  f  King  St.,  from  Crownpoint  rd.  to  Broad  st.    2. 
C  k  King  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
/  i    King  Street,  Rutherglen. 
E  e  King  Street,  Tradeston,  from  Bridge  street  to 

West  street.     13. 
fff  King's  Park  Place,  from  James  street  to  John 

street,  Greenhead.     4. 
B  b  Kingsborough  Gardens,  Dowanhill.     16. 
E  e  Kingston  Dock,  off  Paisley  road.     13. 
E  f  Kingston  Place,  32  St.  James'  street.     13. 
E  f  Kingston  Ter.,  West  st.  and  St.  James'  st.     13. 

Kinneil  Place,  Paisley  road,  Govan.     15. 
F  d  Kinnel  Pi.,  Renfrew  court,  off  Renfrew  st.     7. 


D  e  Kinning  PI.  (S.),f.  Paisley  road  to  Houston  st.  14. 

Ef  Kinning  St.,  f.  Gloucester  st.  to  Scotland  st.  13. 

E  e  Kirk  Close,  59  Main  street,  Anderston.     10. 

G  d  Kirk  Lane,  off  Infirmary  square.     3. 

R  e  Kirk  St.,  from  Main  st.  to  Green  st.,  Calton.  4. 

Ff  Kirk  St ,  f.  Main  st.  to  Buchan  st.,  Gorbals.    12. 

E  b  Kirkland  Street,  off  New  City  road.     9. 

C  a  Kirklee  Gardens,  Hillhead.     16. 

Cb  Kirklee  Road,  off  Great  Western  road.     1G. 

If    Kirkpatrick  Street,  London  rd.  to  Avenue  st.   2; 

E  d  Kirkwood's  Court,  125  Main  st.,  Anderston.  10. 

Knightswood  Place,  Paisley  road,  west.     15. 

Know  St.,  f.  Well  st.  to  Bridge  St.,  Partick. 

Knowe  Terrace,  Shields  road,  Pollokshields. 

Knox  Place,  Parkhead.     2. 
Fd  Koh-i-noor  Build.,  cor.  'Dundas    &   Cathedral 

streets.     7. 
G  c  Kyle  Street,  off  Dobbie's  loan.     6i 


La  Belle  Place,  Mount  Florida. 
D  d  La  Belle  PL,  fr.  Clifton  st.  to  Claremont  st.     9. 

Lacrosse  Place,  off  Belmont  st.,  Hillhead.     16. 
B  e   Ladypark  Street,  Govan. 
H  e  Ladywell  Street,  foot  of  Drygate. 

Do.     east  side,  f.  Duke  st.  to  Parkhouse  la.  5. 

Do.  do.       f.  Parkhouse  In.,  north.     3. 

Do.     west  side,  from  Duke  st.  to  Drygate.  5. 

Do.     from  Drygate,  northwards.     3. 

G  e  Laigh  Kirk  Close,  f.  59  Trong.  to  Prince's  st.  5. 

B  a  Lamb  St.,  off  520  Springburn  rd.,  Springburn. 

Df  Lambhill  Street,  Plantation,  off  Paisley  rd.    15. 

Lanark  Street,  off  Dobbie's  Loan.     6. 
Ge  Lanark  Street,  off  Greendyke  street.     5. 
B  b  Lancaster  Gate,  Dowanhill.     16. 

Lancaster  Terrace,  Kelvinside. 
D  e  Lancefield  Place,  west  end  of  Anderston  qu.  10. 
D  e  Lancefield  Quay,  foot  of  Elliot  street.     10. 
D  e  Lancefield  St.,  f.  Stobcross  to  Cranston  st.     10. 

Lancelot  Place,    corner  of  Prince's  street  and 
Kenmure  street,  Pollokshields. 

Landore  Terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Hf  Landressy  Street,  Canning  st.  to  Green  st.     4. 

Langlands  Road,  Govan.     15. 
E  h  Langside  Road,  f.  Pollokshaws  road  to  Renfrew- 
shire county  boundary.     12. 
D  c  Lansdowne  Cres.,  G.  West,  rd.,  nr.  Kelvin  br.  9. 

Lansdowne  Terrace,  North  Woodside  road.     9. 

Laurel  Bank,  Wilson  street,  Hillhead. 
A  c  Laurel  Bank,  off  Crow  road,  Partick.    16. 
A  c  Laurel  Street,  Partick. 

Ff  Laurieston,   south  side   of  the  river,   between 
Gorbals  church,  Carlton  pi.,  and  Bridge  st.  12. 
I)  e  Laurieston  Place,  1  Govan  road.     14. 
B  c  Lawrence  PL,  off  Hyndland  St.,  Partick.     16. 
C  c  Lawrence  Street,  Partick.     16. 
G  e  Law's  Buildings,  118  Bridgegate.     7. 
G  d  Leadbetter  St.,  Parliament,  rd.,  f.  N.  Han.  st.    6 
G  e  Leitch's  Court,  157  Trongate.     7. 
Cf  Lendel  Place,  Paisley  road.     15. 

Lendel  Terrace,  Paisley  road.     15. 
F  b  Lennox  Street,  off  Saracen  st.,  Possilpark.     18 

Leslie  Road,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields.     14. 
Eg  Leslie  St.,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields.     13. 
D  g  Leven  St.,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields. 

Lillie  Street,  off  Springfield  road.    1. 

Lily  Place,  Shields  road.     14. 

Lily  bank  Place,  West  Thistle  street.     9. 


STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


65 


E  g  Lilybank  Road,  east  of  Eglinton  street.    12. 
Do.  west  of  do.  13. 

Eg  Lilybank  Street,  off  Eglinton  street.     13. 
E  c  Lilybank  Terrace,  West  Grabam  street.     9. 

Lilybank  Ter.,  Kersland  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
C  c    Lilybank,  Hillhead  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
H  c  Lime  Street,  Garngad  Hill. 
G  g  Lime  St.,  fr.  Soutb  York  st.  to  Gilmour  st.    11. 
Lincoln  PL,  202-246  Dumbart.  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
E  c  Lind  PL,  cor.  of  Dalhousie  and  Buccleuch  sts.   7. 
E  g  Linden  Terrace,  from  Shields  road,  to  Lillybank 
street,  Pollokshields.     13. 
Lindhurst  Place,  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
Lindsay  Terrace,  Dowanbill  st.,  Partick.     15. 
Linnhall  Ter.,  Cathcart  ter.,  Govanhill.    11. 
Linthouse  Buildings,  Govan.     15. 
Linwood  Terrace,  Glasgow  st,  Hillhead.     16. 
Little  Govan,  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
Ef  Little  Street.  Calton,  off  Clyde  street.     4. 

Liverpool  Court,  249  Argyle  street.     7. 

G  b  Livingston  Street,  off  Keppochhill  road.     6. 

Livingston  Ten-ace,  Paisley  road.    15. 

Locbinvar  Terrace,  Pollokshields.     13. 

G  d  Lockbart  Place,  Parliamentary  road  and  corner 

of  Dobbie's  loan.      6. 
G  g  Logan  Street,  off  Rutberglen  road.     11. 
Logie  Street,  Govan.     15. 
Lomond  Street,  from  Hawtborn  street  to  Gart- 
more  street,  Possil.     18. 
G  e  London  Arcade,  f.  London  st.  to  Gallowgate. 
G  e  London  Lane,  48  London  street.     5. 
//    London  Road,  Bridgeton.     North  side,  2  ;  South 

side.     1. 
G  e  London  Street,  fr.  Cross  to  Monteith  row.     5. 
London  Terrace,  Crosshill. 
Lorn  Place,  Cranstonbill,  Dumbarton  rd.     10. 
Lome  Place,  Govan  road.     15. 
Lome  Place,  Mount  Florida. 
Lome  Place,  New  Catbcart.     17. 
Lome  Street,  Paisley  road.     15. 
Lorn  Ter.,  Nithsdale  road,  Pollokshields.     13. 
Lome  Terrace,  Maryhill. 
Loudon  Place,  Catbcart  road,  Govanhill. 
C  b   Loudon  Terrace,  Byars'  Road,  Kelvinside.     16. 
G  d  Love  Ln.,  f.  High  John  st.  to  N.  Frederick  st.  7. 
G  e  Low  Green  Street,  from  St.  Andrew's  square  to 

Greendyke  street.     5. 
Ff  Lucknow    Place,    corner   Hospital   street   and 
Cumberland  street,  south.     12. 
Lugar  Place,  Montgomerie  St.,  Kelvinside. 
C  d  Lumsden  St.,  Overnewton,  Old  Dumbart.  rd.  10. 
F  c   Lumsden's  Model  Buildings,  Roslin  place.     8. 
Luton  Place,  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill. 
Lyall  St.,  off  512  Keppochhill  rd.,  Keppochh.  6. 
D  c  Lynedoch  Crescent,  off  Woodlands  road.     9. 
D  c  Lynedoch  Place,  head  of  Lynedoch  street.     9. 
D  c  Lynedoch  Street,  off  Woodlands  road.     9. 
E  c  Lynedoch  Terrace,  Woodlands  road.     9. 
E  c  Lyon  St.,  f.  Garscube  rd.  to  N.  Woodside  rd.  8. 
/  e    Lyon  St.  (East),  f.  Whitevale  to  East  John  st.  2. 
B  b  Lytton  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 

M 

F  c  M'Adam's  La.,  f.  Garsc.  rd.  to  N.  Woodside  rd.  8. 

Fe  M' Alpine's  Close,  27  Stockwell  street.     7. 

E  e  M  Alpine  St.,  from  Argyle  st.  to  Broomielaw. 

East  side  of  do.     7  ;    west  side.     10. 
E  e  MArthur's  Buildings,  12  Anderston  quay.     10. 


MArthur  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
G  d  M'Aslin  St.,  f.  St.  James'  rd.  to  Grafton  st.    6. 
E  e  M'Callum's  Bldgs.,  Duke  st.,  &  cor.  Barrack  st.  5. 
G  e  M'Combe's  Brae,  Burnside  la.,  opp.  Havannah.  5. 
M'Culloch  St.,  off  St.  Andrew's  rd.,  Pollokshields. 
M'Ewan  Street,  Parkhead.     2. 
E  e  Macfarlane  St.,  fr.  Gallowgate  to  Gramme  st.    5. 
F  e   M 'Gill's  Close,  8f  Stockwell  street.     7. 
E  e  M'Intosh  Street,  off  Dunchattan  street.     3. 
Ed  MTntyreSt.,f.Mainst.,Anderst.,toStobc.  st.  10. 
Ef  M'Kechnie  St.,  f.  Clyde  st.,  Calk,  to  Park  la.  4. 
Fg  M'Kinlay  St.,  f.  Cavendish  st.  to  Elgin  st.     12. 
Df  M'Laren  PI.,  Cornwall  st.,  off  Paisley  rd.     16. 
D  e  M'Lean  Street,  off  Govan  road.     15. 
C  f  M'Lellan  Street.  Paisley  road. 
Gf  M'Neil  St.,  f.  Rutherglen  rd.  to  Clyde  side.    11. 

M'Neil  Street,  Great  Eastern  road.     2. 
G  e  M'Pherson  Street,  off  High  street.     5. 
E  e   M'Symon  PL,  W.  Campbell  st.  and  Holm  st.    7. 
F  e   Madeira  Bldgs.,  Argyle  St.,  cor.  of  Oswald  st.    7. 
D  f  Magdala  Place,  Cornwall  st.,  Paisley  rd.     15. 
E  d  Main  St.,  Anderst,,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Sandyford.  10. 
H g  Main  St.,  Bridg.,  f.  Canning  st.  to  Rutherglen  br. 
Do.     east  side.     1. 

Do.  west  side,  f.  Canning  st.  to  John  st.  4. 
Eg  Main  St.,  f.  John  st.  to  Rutherglen  bridge.  1. 
E  e  Main  Street,  Calton,  f.  Well  st.  to  King  st.  4. 
Ff  Main  St.,  Gorbals,  f.  Vic.  br.  to  Cumberl.  st.  12. 
B  d  Main  Street,  Govan.  15. 
Ci  Main  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
/  i     Main  Street,  Rutherglen. 

Main  St.,  Springb.     East  side.    3;  west  side.   6. 
E  d  Mains  St.,  fr.  Argyle  st.  to  Sauchiehall  st.     7. 
D  e  Mair  Street,  off  Govan  road.     15. 
F  d  Maitland  Lane,  f.  Maitland  st.  to  Milton  st.     8. 
D  i   Maitland  Place,  Langside. 
F  c  Maitland  St.,  f.  Cowcaddens  to  Pt.  Dundas.    8. 

Mall's  Mire  Place,  Aitkenhead  road.     11. 
Ie    Malvern  Place,  Comely  Park  street.     3. 

Manse  Buildings,  Govan.     15. 

Manse  Lane,  Govan.     15. 
E  d  Mansefield  PL,  west  of  W.  Regt.  st.  &  Pitt  st.  7. 

Mansefield  Street,  Govan.     15. 
B  c  Mansfield  St.,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 
Fa  Mansion  St.,  f.  Closebum  st.  to  Hawthorn  st. 

Marchmont  Ter.,  Observatory  rd.,  Kelvin.    16. 
G  d  Margaret  St.,  f.  Little  Hamilton  st.  to  Loveln.  7. 
Ff  Margaret  Street,  off  Eglinton  street.     12. 
G  e   Market  Lane,  Jail  square.     7. 
G  e  Market  St.,  from  Bridgegate  to  East  Clyde  st. 

East  side  of  do.     5  ;  West  side.     7. 
E  e  Market  St.  (East),  f.  Millroad  st.  to  Gallowg.  4. 
Ff  Markland  Place,  Upper  Thistle  street.     12. 
B  b  Marlborough  Gardens,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Ef  Marlborough  St.,  fr.  Little  st.  to  East  Rose  st. 

East  side  of  do.     2  ;  West  side.     4. 
Df  Marlow  St.,  off  Vermount  st.,  Kinning  Pk.   14. 
//    Marquis  Street,  off  London  road.     1. 
A  e  Marr  Street,  Govan.     15. 

D  d  Marshall  PL,  Dumbarton  rd.,cor.  of  Hill  st.  10. 
B  c  Marshall  PL,  off  Merkland  st.,  Partick.     16. 
E  e  Marshall  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  King  st.  Calt.  4. 
G  d  Martyr  St.,  f.  Parson  st.  to  Parliament,  rd.    6. 

Mary  Street,  Dundas  Hill,  off  Graighall  rd.     6. 
C  a  Maryhill  Barracks,  Maryhill. 

Maryland  Street,  Govan.     15. 
G  d  Mason  Street,  from  Castle  st.  to  Weaver  street. 
South  side  of  do.    5  ;  North  side.     6. 

Masterton  St.,  off  Keppochhill  rd.,  Springb.     6. 

C 


6G 


STEEETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,   &c. 


Mathieson's  Lane,  Gallowgate.     4. 
Mathieson's  Lane,  east  end  of  Monteith  row.  4. 
Mathieson's  Lane,  Mathieson  street.     11. 
Mathieson  Ed.,  f.  Garscube  rd.  to  Walker  st.   8. 
Gf  Mathieson  St.,  f.  Caledonia  rd.  to  the  Clyde.  11. 

Matilda  PI.,  Nithsdale  rd.,  Strathbungo.     14. 
D  g  Matilda  Ed.,  off  MaxweJrd.,  Pollokshields.  14. 
Matilda  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
Matilda  Ter.,  Nithsdale  rd.,  Strathbungo.     14. 
Mauldslie  Street  and  Terrace,  London  road.     2. 
Maule  Terrace,  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 
D  e  Mavis  Bank  Quay,  south  side.     15. 

Maxwell  Place,  Maxwell  street,  Pollokshields. 
J)  g  Maxwell  Ed.,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields.    14. 
F  e   Maxwell  St.,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Great  Clyde  st.    7. 
B  c  Maxwell  Street,  off  Hamilton  St.,  Partick,.     16. 
C  i    Maxwell  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
E  g  Maxwell  Street,  Pollokshields. 
B  d  Maxwell  Street,  Govan.     15. 
E  e  Maxweltown   Place,    from   Paterson   street   to 

Dundas  street,  Paisley  road.     13. 
Fi   May  Terrace,  Mount  Florida.     17. 

Maybank  Terrace,  off  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 
E  d  Mayfield  PI.,  from  Newton  st.  to  North  st.     9. 
Mayfield  Place,  Butterbiggins  road  and  Ingle- 
field  street.     12. 
Ie    Meadow   Park   Street,   from   Duke   street,    to 
Alexandra  parade.     3. 
Meadowbank  Cres.,  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
E  e  Meadowside  PI.,  24  to  30  Woodlands  road.     9. 
Melrose  Buildings,  Paisley  road.     15. 
Melrose  Place,  Paisley  road.     15. 
E  c  Melrose  St.,  f.  G.  West.  rd.  to  Queen's  cres.     9. 
F  e  Melville  Lane,  43  Gordon  street.     7. 
G  e  Melville  Place,  132  Trongate.     7. 
Ef  Melville  Street,  from  Wallace  st.  to  West  st.    13. 
Dg  Melville  Street,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields. 
G  e  Merchant  La.,  f.  Bridgegate  to  East  Clyde  st.    7. 
Be  MerklandPl.  and  St.  offOumbart.  rd.,  Partk.  16. 
B  e   Merryland  Street,  Govan. 

Ef  Metcalf's  Land,  off  Canal  st,  Pt.  Eglinton.  13. 
F  c  Methven  PL,  cor.  Maitland  st.  and  Milton  st.  8. 
F  c  Mid  Wharf,  Port  Dundas.     8. 

Middleton  Buildings,  Govan.     15. 
E c  Middleton  PI.,  Garngad  rd.,  by  St.  Eollox..    3. 

Middleton  Place,  Govan.     15. 
E     Middleton  Street,  Garngad  road.     3. 

Middleton  Terrace,  Paisley  road,  Govan.     15. 
Milan  Street,  off  Lilybank  rd.,  Eglinton  st.    13. 
Eg  Mill  Street,  from  Main  street  to  Greenhead.     1. 
li    Mill  Street,  Eutherglen. 
/  o    Millburn  St.,  f.  Townmill  rd.  to  Garngad  hill.    3. 

Millbrae  Crescent,  Camphill  avenue,  Langside. 
J  e    Miller's  Bldgs.,  cor.  of  Slatefield  st.  &  Gallowg. 
G  e  Miller's  Place,  from  King  st.  to  Saltmarket.     5. 
F  e    Miller  Street,  from  Argyle  st.  to  Ingram  st.     7. 
Ie    Miller  Street  (East),  off" Duke  street.     2. 
K  h  Miller  Terrace,  Eutherglen. 
E  b  Millarbank  St.,   off  24   Keppochhill  road  and 
Springburn  road,  Springburn.     6. 
Millfield,  Ebse  street,  Hutchesontown.     11. 
E  e  Millroad  St.,  f.  King  st.  to  Abercromby  st.    4. 
I  d    Milnbank,  400  Townmill  road.     3. 
F  c  Milton  La,,  f.  West  Milton  st.  to  Stewart  st.    8. 
E  d  Milton  Place,  St.  Vincent  street,  from  Douglas 
street  to  Pitt  street.     7. 
Milton  PL,  foot  of  Crawford  st.,  Partick.     16. 
C   Milton  St.,  from  Cowcaddens  to  Dobbie's  loan. 
Do.     from  Cowcaddens  to  Pt.  Dundas  rd.    8. 


Milton  St.,  f.  Pt.  Dundas  rd.  to  Dobbie's  In.    6. 
B  b  Minard  Terrace,  Minard  road,  Partick.     16. 

Minerva  Place,  Finnieston  street.     10. 
D  d  Minerva  Street,  head  of  Finnieston  street.     10. 
F  e   Mitchell  Lane,  81  Buchanan  st.  to  Mitchell  st.  7. 
F  e   Mitchell  Street,  from  Argyle  st.  to  Gordon  st.    7. 
G  e  Molr  Street,  fr.  London  st.  to  Gallowgate.     5. 
E  b  Mollinsburn  Street,  302  Springburn  road. 
Ff  Moncrieff  La.,  Kirk  st.  to  Norfolk  st.  Gorbs.    12. 
G  e  Moncur  Street,  from  Kent  st.  to  Green  st.     4. 
E  d  Monkland  St.,  f.  Castle  st.  to  Parliament,  rd.  6. 
Fe   Monro's  Court,  63  Stockwell  street.     7. 

Montague  Place,  147  to  173  Bath  street.     7. 
D  c  Montague  Street,  of  West  Prince's  street.     9. 
Ef  Monteith  Lane,  back  of  Monteith  row.     4. 
Ef  Monteith  Eow,  east  of  London  street.     4. 
B  a  Montgomery  Crescent,  off  Great  Western  road, 

Kelvinside.     16. 
B  a  Montgomery  Drive,  Kelvinside.    16. 

Montgomery  Place,  238  Cathcart  road.     17. 
D  b  Montgomery  Street,  Kelvinside.      16. 
//    Montgomery  Street,  off  London  road.     1. 
Fi    Montgomery  Terrace,  Mount  Florida.     17. 
G  d  Montrose  Street,  from  Ingram  st.  to  Grafton  pi. 
Do.,  west  side,  f.  Montrose  st.  to  Stirling  rd.  7. 
Do.,  from  Stirling  road  northwards.     6. 
Do.,  east  side,  f.  Ingram  st.  to  Stirling  rd.    5. 
Do.,  from  Stirling  road  northwards.     6. 
F  e   Moodie's  Court,  3 1  Argyle  street.     7. 
F  d  Moore  Place,  133  to  165  West  George  st.    7. 
E  e  Moore  Street,  from  Gallowgate  to  Duke  st.     3. 

Moray  Place,  Cumberland  street  (West).     9. 
E  h  Moray  Place,  Eegent  park,  Strathbungo.     14. 
I g    Mordaunt  St.,  Dalmarnock  rd.  to  Baltic  st.     1. 
E  f  Morris  Place,  Monteith  row.     4. 
Fe  Morrison's  Court,  108  Argyle  street.     7. 

Morrison's  Place,  off  West  st.,  Tradeston.     13. 
Morrison  Place,  off  Porter  street,  Parkhead.     2. 
E  e  Morrison.  Street,  from  West  st.  to  Paisley  rd.  13. 
Morrison  Street,  Govan.     15. 
Morrison  Street,  Maryhill.     18. 
Mosesfield  Ter.,  off  Balgray  brae,  Springburn. 
E  d  Moss  St.,  f.  Circus  dr.  to  Alexandra  parade.  8 
Moss  Street,  off  Keppochhill  road.     6. 
Mossbank  Eeformatory,  Millerston.     3. 
Kf  Mountainblue,  Camlachie.     2. 

Mountblue  St.,  off  Gt.  Eastern  rd.,  Parkhead.  2. 
F  i  Mount  Florida.     17. 

Mount  Pleasant,  off  Garngad  road.     3. 
E  b  Mount  Street,  off  North  Woodside  road.     9. 
Muir's  Buildings,  7  Melville  street.     13. 
Muirhead  Place,  182  to  226  St.  James'  street, 
Kinning  park.     14. 
Ff  Muirhead  St.,  f.  Adelphi  st.  to  Eutherglen  In.  12. 
Muirhead  Street,  from  Anderson  St.  to  Douglas 

street,  Partick.     16. 
Muirhouses,  Pollokshaws  road.     13. 
Mulberry  Bank,  165  Dumbarton  road.     10. 
Murray  Place,  New  City  road.     9. 
Murray  Place,  Eutherglen. 
G  d  Murray  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.     6. 
Murrow  Park,  Copeland  road,  Govan.     15. 
Murrow  Place,  Govan.     15. 
F  c   Muse  Lane,  f.  Garscube  lane  to  Stewart  st.     8. 
Muse  Lane,  Newton  place.     9. 
Muse  Lane,  off  South  Pettigrew  street.     5. 
Ef  Muslin  Street,  Main  street,  Bridgeton,  to  New 

Dalmarnock  road.     1. 
F  h  Myrtle  Pk.  &  Villas,  off  Cathcart  rd.,  Crossh.  1 7. 


STEEETS,   SQUARES,   PLACES,   &c 


67 


E  c  Myrtle  Street,  off  St.  George's  rd.      North  side, 
even  numbers.  8.  South  side,  odd  numbers.  9. 

N 

F  g  Naburn  St.,  Cumberland  st.  &  Caledonia  rd.  11. 
D  d  Napier  PI.,  Minerva  St.,  cor.  of  Dumbart.  rd.  10. 
B  e  Napier  Street,  Govan.     15. 
E  c  Napiershall  Street,  off  Great  Western  road.     9. 
E  d  Nassau  Court,  51  Main  street,  Anderston.     10. 
F  e  National  Bank  Buildings,  Queen  street.     7. 
Kf  Necropolis  (Eastern),  Gt.  Eastern  road.     2. 
G  g  Necropolis  (Southern),  Caledonian  road.     11. 
G  e  Nelson  St.,  from  Trongate  to  Stirling  sq.     5. 
Ee   Nelson  St.,  Tradeston,f.  Bridge  st.  to  West  st.  13. 
/  e    Nelson  St.,  from  Gallowg.  to  East  Miller  st.    2. 
Nelson  Ter.,  Wilson  st.  to  Glasgow  st.,  Hillh.  16. 
£c  K  City  Rd.,  f.  Cowcaddens  st.  to  St.  George's  rd. 

Do.,  north  side,  8. 

Do.,  south  side,  Scott  street.     7. 

Do.,  from  Scott  street  to  Garscube  road.     9. 
If    New  London  Road,  from  Canning  st.  eastwards. 

Do.,  south  side,  1. 

Do.,  north  side,  2. 
K  e  New  Road,  Parkhead.     2. 
II  e  New  St.,  Calton,  from  East  Russell  st.  to  Calton 

cross.     4. 
New  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
New  Street,  Rutherglen. 
G  e  New  Wynd,  f.  119  Trongate  to  Bridgegate.     7. 

Newfield  Lane,  off  South  Kinning  place.     14. 
H g  Newhall  St,,  east  end  of  Main  St.,  Bridgeton.  1. 
H  g  Newhall  Terrace,  Greenhead.     1. 

Newstead,  Govan.     15. 
E  d  Newton  Place,  Sauchiehall  street.     9. 

Newton  PL,  213-235  Dumbart.  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
Newton  Place,  Govan  road.     15. 
C  c  Newton  Street,  Partick.     16. 
E  d  Newton  St.,  f.  Sauchiehall  st.  to  Bath  street.     9. 
Ed  Newton  Terrace,   Sauchiehall  rd.,  f.   Granville 

street  to  Elderslie  street.     9. 
G  e  Nicholas  St,  f.  219  High  st.  to  Shuttle  st.     5. 
Ff  Nicholson  St.,  f.  Carlton  pi.  to  Norfolk  st.     12. 
D  d  Nightingale  Place,  30  Kelvinhaugh  street.     10. 
G  e  Nile  St.  (E.)  f.  Gallowgate  to  Grame  st.     5. 
F  d  Nile  St.  (W.),  f.  Gordon  st.  to  Cowcaddens.     7. 

Nisbet  Street,  Westmuir,  Parkhead.     2. 
Cf  Nithsdale  Place,  Paisley  road.     15. 
D  g  Nithsdale  Road,  from  Strathbungo  to  Canal. 

Do.        north  side,  from  Strathbungo  to  Shields 
road.     13. 

Do.        south  side,  from  Strathbungo  to  Shields 
road.     14. 

Do.     remainder  of  both  sides.      14. 
Ff  Norfolk  Street,  Laurieston,  f.  Bridge  street  to 

Main  St.,  Gorbals.      12. 
Ff  Norfolk  Lane,  f.  Norfolk  st.  to  Bedford  st.     12. 
Ff  Norfolk  Court,  off  Norfok  street.     12. 
F  c   Normal  Place,  43  to  83  Garscube  road.     8. 
Ig    Norman  Street,  off  Adelphi  st.,  Bridgeton.     1. 
G  e  North  Albion  Court,  41  North  Albion  street.  5. 
G  e  North  Albion  St.,  f.  George  st.  to  Ingram  street 

(East).     5. 
Northburn  Street,  off  Crossburn  street.     8. 
Fe   North  Court,  Royal  Exchange,  f.  22  Exchange 

square  to  St.  Vincent  place.     7. 
North  East  Park  Street,  off  Alexandra  Parade. 
G  d  North  Oswald  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.  6. 
D  b  North  Park  Terrace,  Hamilton  drive.     16. 


E  d  North  St.,  Anderston,  f.  Main  st.  to  Sauchiehall  st. 
Do.   both  sides,  from  Main  st.  to  St  Vincent 

st.      10. 
Do.    from  St.  Vincent  st.  to  Sauchiehall  st.  9. 
North  St.,  off  Springburn  avenue,  Springburn. 
D  b  North  Woodside  Rd.,  f.  Garscube  rd.  to  Woodside. 
Do.     f.  Garscube  rd.  to  St.  George's  rd.     8.  ' 
Do.     west  of  St.  George's  road.     9. 
Norwood  Terrace,  Ann  street,  Hillhead.      16. 
E  b   Norval  Place,  Raeberry  street.     9. 
1  g    Nuneaton  St.,  f.  London  to  Dalmarnock  rds.    1. 


D  d  Oak  St.,  f.  Stobcross  st.  to  Cranston  st.     10. 

Oakbank  Lane,  off  Garscube  rd.,  Springbank.  8. 
E  b   Oakbank  Street,  off  Garscube  road.     8. 
E  d  Oakfield  Place,  Douglas  st.  and  Jane  st.     7. 
D  c  Oakfield  Terrace,  Wilson  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
/  e     Oakley  Terrace,  off  Duke  street.     3. 

Oakvale,  Hillhead,  f.  Gibson  street  to  Saughfield 
road.     16. 
G  g  Oatlands,  Rutherglen  and  Caledonia  roads.    11. 
G  g  Oatlands  Square,  off  Gilmour  street.     11. 

Office  Row,  off  Cathcart  rd.,  Govanhill.     11. 
F  b  Old  Basin,  Port  Dundas.     8. 
G  e  Old  Coach  Close,  151  Gallowgate.     5. 
C  c    Old  Dumbarton  Rd.,  west  of  Overnewton.     10. 
G  e   Old  Post-Office  Court,  114  Trongate.     7. 
G  e   Old  Swan  Close,  181  Trongate.     7. 
G  e  Old  Wynd,  f.  153  Trongate  to  Bridgegate.     7. 
/  d    Onslow  Drive,  f.  Craigpark  to  Cumbernauld  rd.  3. 

Oran  Street,  off  Gairbraid  street. 
E  c  Orchard  Bank  Place,  39  Arlington  street.     9. 

Orchard  Place,  Govan.      15. 
G  g  Orchard  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
Bc  Orchard  Street,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
E  d  Orchard  Ter.,  corner  of  West  Bath  st.  and  Elm- 
bank  street.     9. 
G  d  Oriental  Place,  Parson  street.     6. 
Hf  Orr  St.,  Mile-end,  f.  Canning  st.  to  Broad  st. 
East  side  of  do.    2  ;  West  side.     4. 

Osborne  Buildings,  Sauchiehall  street.     7. 

Osborne  Place,  Copeland  road,  Govan.     15. 

Osborne  Place,  off  Calder  street,  Govanhill.  12. 
,  Osborne  Terrace,  Copeland  road,  Govan.  15. 
Fe  Oswald  St.,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Broomielaw  quay.  7. 
//  OswaldSt.jf.Dalmarnockrd.toNewLondonrd.  1. 
G  d  Oswald  St.,  North,  off  Parliamentary  road.  6. 
D  c   Otago  St.,  Hillhead,  off  Gt.  Western  rd.  .  16. 

Overlaw  Place,  471  New  City  road.      9. 
C  d  Overnewton  Place,  off  Kelvinhaugh  street.     10. 
C  d  Overnewton  Square,  off  Lumsden  street.     10. 
C  »  Overnewton  Street,  off  Dumbarton  road.     10. 
Ff  Oxford  Lane,  f.  Oxford  st.  to  Norfolk  st.     12. 
Fe    Oxford  Street,  Laurieston,  from    Bridge  st.  to 
Nicholson  street.     12. 


B  f  Paisley  Road,  West  end  of  King  st.,  Tradeston. 
Do.     Both  sides,  to  Crookston  street.      13. 
Do.  do.         from    Crookston    street    to 

western  boundaries  of  Kinning   Park.     14. 
West,  of  Kinning  Park  boundary.     15. 
Palermo  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
H  b  Palermo  St.,  off  400  Springburn  rd.,  Springburn. 
E  c    Palm  Street,  off  Cedar  street. 

Palmerston  Place,  Upper  Crown  street.     12. 


68 


STEEETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


G  d  Palmerston  Place,  M'Aslin  street,     6. 

Park  Buildings,  Paisley  road,  West.     14. 
D  c  Park  Circus  PL,  f.  Park  Circus  to  Lynedoch  pi.  9. 
D  c  Park  Circus,  near  West-end  Park.     9. 
D  c  Park  Gardens,  West-end  park.     9. 
D  f  Park  Grove,  Sussex  st.,  Paisley  road.     14. 

Park  Grove  Place,  Paisley  road,  West.     15. 

Parkgrove  Place,  34  Gray  st.  and  37  Derby  st. 
D  d  Park  Grove  Ter.,  Kelvingrove  st.  (West).     9. 
D  d  Park  Grove  Terrace,  Paisley  road,  west.     14. 

Parkgrove  Villas,  Kinning  park.     14. 
Ef  Park  Lane,  from  Little  st.  to  Orr  St.     4. 

Park  Lane,  f.  Govan  road  to  Paisley  road.     14. 
Fe   Park  PI.,  w.  endofBridgeg.  ft.  of  Stockwell  st.  7. 

Park  Place,  Paisley  road,  west.     14. 

Park  Place,  Maryhill.     18. 

Park  Place,  Mill  street,  Rutherglen. 
D  c  Park  Quadrant,  West-end  park.     9. 
D  c  Park  Ed.,  f.  Woodlands  rd.  to  Gt.  Western  rd.  9. 
Df  Park  St.,  off  St.  James'  St.,  Kinning  park.     14. 
Do.  Westwards  to  county  boundary,  or  western 

boundary,  Kinning  park.     14. 
Do.  Beyond  county  boundary.     15. 
C  d  Park  Street,  Kelvinhaugh.     10. 
J)  c  Park  Street  (East),  West-end  park.     9. 
D  c  Park  Street  (South),  West-end  park.     9. 
D  c  Park  Street  (West),  West-end  park.     9. 
D  c  Park  Terrace,  West-end  park.     9. 
D  g  Park  Terrace  (East),  West-end  park.     9. 

Park  Terrace,  Queen's  drive  (West),  Crossbill. 

Park  Terrace,  Albert  road,  Langside. 
H  e  Parker's  Court,  82  King  street,  Calton.     4. 

Parkholm,  354  Paisley  road.     14. 
H  e  Parkbouse  Lane,  from  Duke  st.  to  Lady  well. 

North  side  of  do.     3  ;  South  side.     5. 
G  d  Parliamentary  Rd.,  f.  Buchan.  st.  to  Castle  st.    6. 
G  d  Parson  Street,  from  Villafield  pi.  to  Castle  st.  6. 
B  c  Partickhill.     16. 

G  d  Paterson  St.,  fr.  Tarbert  st.  to  Eottenrow.     5. 
Ef  Paterson   Street,  Kingston,  from  Paisley  road 

to  Scotland  street.     13. 
E  d  Paterson  Street,  off  William  st.,  Anderston.    10. 

Paton  Street,  off  Duke  street.     3. 

Patteson  Eow,  Polmadie,  off  Aikenbead  rd.  11. 
G  d  Paul  Street,  from  Stirling  road  to  Garden  st.  5. 

Paxton  Terrace,  Albert  road,  Crosshill.     17. 
If    Peel  Street,  off  Broad  street,  Mile-end.     2. 
B  c  Peel  Street,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 

Peel  Terrace,  102  to  112  Hill  st.,  Gametbill.  9. 
D  d  Pembroke  St.,  f.  St.  Vincent  st.  to  Kent  road.    9. 
C  f  Percy  Street,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 
D  a  Percy  St.,  f.  Gowerst.  to  Kelvinside  avenue.  16. 

Percy  Terrace,  Montgomery  st.,  Kelvinside.  16. 
E  d  Perth  Street,  off  Main  street,  Anderston.     10. 
E  e  Peter's  Buildings,  8  and  13  Anderston  qy.     10. 
F  d  Peter's  Buildings,  67  West  Nile  street.     7. 

Peter's  Court,  Main  street,  Maryhill.     18. 
E  b  Petershill  Eoad,  off  Springburn  road.     3. 
G  e   Pettigrew  Street,  off  Duke  street.     5. 
F  c  Phoenix  Place,  4  to  100  Garscube  road.     8. 
E  e  Piccadilly  St.,  f.  Stobcross  st.  to  Anderst.  qy.  10. 
G  g  Pine  St.,  f.  Eutherglen  rd.  to  Caledonia  rd.    11. 

Pinkston  Eoad,  north  of  Glebe  st.,  Townhead, 
Springburn.     6. 
G  e  Pipehouse  Close,  93  High  street.     5. 
E  d  Pitt  Street,  from  Argyle  st.  to  Sauchiehall  st. 

Pitt  Street,  east  side.     7. 
Do.     west  side,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  St.  Vine.  st.  10. 
Do.  do.  f.  St.  Vine.  st.  to  Sauchiehall  st.  9. 


Plantation  Buildings,  north  side  of  Paisley  rd., 
west  of  Parkhouse  toll-bar.     15. 

Plantation  Place,  north  side  of  Paisley  rd.     15. 
C  e   Plantation  Quay,  West  of  Mavisbank  qy.     15. 
D  e  Plantation  Street,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 

Playfair  Street,  off  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 

Pleasance  Street,  Pollokshaws. 
B  d  Pointhouse,  at  Govan  ferry,  north  side.     10. 
B  d  Pointhouse  Eoad,  Partick.     10. 
G  e  Police  Lane,  South  Albion  street.     5. 

Pollok  Court,  5  Thistle  street.     12. 

Ef  Pollok  Street,  f.  Paisley  road  to  Scotland  st.  14. 

C  i   Pollok  Street,  Pollokshaws. 

E  g  Pollokshaws  Ed.,  f.  Cumberland  st.  southwards. 

Do.         Both  sides,  to  Victoria  road.     12. 

Do.         East  side,  f.  Victoria  rd.  to  parish 

boundary  at  Strathbungo.     13. 

Do.         West  side,  from  Victoria  road  to 

Nithsdale  road.     13. 
Do.         fr.Nithsdalerd.  to  parish  bound.  14. 
G  h  Polmadie  Eoad,  Polmadie,  off  Eutherglen  rd.  11. 
G  k  Polmadie  Street,  off  Polmadie  road. 
D  d  Port  St.,  f.  Stobcross  st.  to  Houldsworth  st.    10. 
F  c   Port  Dundas  Ed.,  f.  top  of  Buchanan  st.  to  Port 
Dun.    West  side  of  do.  8 ;  East  side  of  do.  6. 
Ff  Port  Eglinton,  Paisley  Canal  basin.     13. 
Kf  Porter  Street,  Parkhead.     2. 

Portland  Buildings,  Govan.     15. 
G  d  Portland  Place,  off  Eottenrow.     5. 
D  c  Portland  Place,  Smith  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
Ff  Portland  Street  (South),  from  Carlton  place  to 

Bedford  street.     12. 
G  d  Portland  Street,  f.  George  st.  to  Eottenrow.     5. 
D  c  Portman  PI.,  Glasgow  and  Smith  sts.,  Hillh.  16. 
Df  Portman  St.,  off  Park  st.,  Kinning  Park.     14. 
Ff  Portugal  Lane,  Gorbals,  from  Norfolk  street  to 

Bedford  street.  12. 
Ff  Portugal  Street,  f.  Norfolk  st.  to  Surrey  st.  12. 
F  b  Possil  Eoad,  f.  Garscube  rd.  to  Craighall  rd.  8. 
Fe  Pratt's  Ct.,  109  Argyle  st.  and  9  Maxwell  st.  7. 
Fh  Preston  Street,  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill.  11. 
//    Preston  Street,  near  London  rd.,  Bridgeton.     1. 

Primrose  Place,  Paisley  road.     15. 

Primrose  Street,  Govan.     15. 
B  b  Prince  Albert  Eoad,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Fe  Prince's  Court,  Prince's  square,  Buchanan  st.  7. 

Prince  Edward  St.,  off  Victoria  st.,  Govanh.  13. 

Prince  George  Place,  Scotia  street.     8. 
F  e  Prince's  Square,  40  and  48  Buchanan  st.     7. 

Prince's  Square,  Strathbungo.     14. 
G  e  Prince's  Street,  from  Saltmarket  to  King  st.  5. 
D  c  Prince's  Street  (West),  off  St.  George's  rd.     9. 
B  e    Prince's  Street,  Govan.     15. 
E  g  Prince's  Street,  off  Shields  rd.,  Pollokshields. 
B  b  Prince's  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Fe   Prince  of  Wales  Build.,  34-56  Buchanan  st.   7. 

Prince  of  Wales  Ter.,  Victoria  rd.,  Govanh.  13. 

Prince  of  Wales  Ter.,  Byars'  rd.,  Hillhead.    16. 
E  c  Priory,  311  North  Woodside  road.     9. 
G  d  Prqvan  Court,  40  North  Frederick  street.     7. 
G  d  Provan  Place,  head  of  North  Montrose  st.     6. 
G  d  Provanside,  127  Stirling  road.     6. 
Ef  Public  Washing  House,  Glasgow  Green.     4. 
G  c  Pulteney  Street,  off  Dobbie's  loan.     6. 
F  d  Purdon  Court,  160  Cowcaddens  street.     8. 


Fd  Queen    Arcade,    110    Renfrew    street,    north 

eide.    7. 


STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


69 


F  d  Queen's  Buildings,  corner  of  St.  Vincent  place 

and  Buchanan  street.     7. 
F  e  Queen  Court,  62  Queen  street.     7. 
E  c  Queen's  Crescent,  West  of  St.  George's  rd.     9. 
C  d  Queen's  Dock.     10. 
E  h  Queen's  Drive,  Crosshill.     17. 
E  h  Queen's  Park,  Crosshill.     17. 

Queen's  Park  PI.,  Pollokshaws  rd.,  Strathbungo. 

Queen's  Park  Terrace,  Eglinton  street.     12. 

Queen's  Place,  Western  road.     9. 
E  h  Queen  Square,  Regent  park,  Strathbungo.     14. 
F  e    Queen  Street,  from  Argyle  st.  to  George  sq.     7. 
B  e  Queen  Street,  Govan.     15. 
Co   Queen  Street,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 
F  e   Queen  St.  (N.),  north-west  side  of  George  sq.  7. 

Queen  Street,  Rutherglen. 
E  c  Queen  Ter.,  f.  Cumberl'd  st.  to  W.  Prince's  st.  9. 
F  h  Queen  Mary  Avenue,  Crosshill.     17. 

Queen  Mary  Place,  Crosshill.     17. 
If    Queen  Mary  Street,  off  London  road.     1. 

Queen  Mary  Terrace,  Crossbill.     17. 
B  b   Queensberry  Circus,  Dowanhill.      16. 
E  d  Queensberry  Place,  149-155  North  street.     9. 

Queensberry  Terrace,  Millbrae,  Langside. 

Queenstown,  Gt.  Western  rd.,  adjoining  Botanic 
gardens.     16. 

R 

C  d  Radnor  Street,  off  Dumbarton  road.     9. 

C  d  Radnor  Ten-ace,  308  to  350  Dumbarton  road.  9. 

F  c  Rae  Street,  off  Broomhill  street.     6. 

E  b  Raeberry  Street,  off  449  New  City  road.     9. 

Raglan  PI.,  74-78  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
E  c   Raglan  St.,  f.  Garscube  rd.  toN.  Woodsiderd.  8. 

Railawy  Street,  Rutherglen. 

Randolph  Ter.,  140-164  Hill  st.,  Garnethill.   9. 

Ranfurly  Place,  Paisley  road,  west,  and  M'Lean 
street.     IS. 

Ravil  Row,  Westmuir,  Parkhead.     2. 
H  a  Ratho  Terrace,  off  Hill  St.,  Springburn.     6. 

Redrow,  Carntyne.     2. 
F  e   Reform  Court.  50  Commerce  st.     13. 
F  d  Regent  Lane  (W.),  f.  W.  Nile  st.  to  W.  Campbell 

street.     7. 
Eh  Regent  Park  Sq.,  off  Pollokshaws  rd.,  Strath- 
bungo.    14. 
Eh  Regent   Park   Ter.,   Pollokshaws   rd.,    Strath- 
bungo.    14. 
G  e  Regent  Place,  east  end  of  Blackfriars  st.     5. 
E  d  Regent  St.  (W.)  f.  81  West  Nile  st.  to  Holland 

street.     7. 
G  d  Regent  Terrace,  88  to  96  Stirling  road.     5. 
G  e   Reid's  Court,  56  Trongate.     5. 
Hg  Reid  Street,  off  Muslin  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 

Reid  Street,  Maryhill.     18. 
I  e    Reidvale  Street,  off  Bellgrove  street.     3. 
F  d  Renfield  Lane,  f.  Renfield  st.  to  Hope  st.     7. 
F  d  Renfield  St.,  f.  Union  st.  to  Cowcaddens  st.     7. 
F  d  Renfrew  Court,  18  Renfrew  street.     7. 
F  d  Renfrew  Lane,  from  W.  Nile  st.  to  Hope  st.    7. 
F  d  Renfrew  St.,  f.  Buchanan  st.  to  St.  George's  rd. 
Do.      from  Buchanan  st.  to  Scott  street.     7. 
Do.     from  Scott  st.  to  St.  George's  rd.     9. 

Renton  Terrace,  Victoria  rd.,  Crosshill.     17. 
E  d  Renwick  PI.,  corner  of  Catherine  &  Stobcross 
streets.     10.      < 

Renwick  Street,  Kinning  Park. 
Bf  Retreat  PI.,  60  Stanley  st.,  Kinning  Park.    14. 


E  d  Richard  St.,  from  Cadzow  st.  to  Elderslie  st.     10. 
G  d  Richmond  St.,  f.  Montrose  st.  to  Portland  st.     5. 
B  b  Richmond  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Hf  Risk  St.,  f.  G.  Hamilton  st.  to  Thomson's  La., 

Calton.     4. 
Hf  Ritchie  Lane,  19  Clyde  street,  Calton.     4. 
Ef  Ritchie  Street,  west  end  of  Victoria  street.     13. 

River  Bank,  Govanhaugh.     11. 
B  e  Robert  Street,  Govan.     15. 

Robertson  Court,  179  Argyle  street.     7. 
F  e   Robertson  Lane,  off  Robertson  Street.     7. 
F  e   Robertson  St.,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Broomielaw.     7. 
B  e    Robertson  Street,  Govan.     15. 

Rochdale  Street,  Mt.  Florida. 

Rochester  Place,  571  Sauchiehall  street.     9. 
I  e    Rochester  Street,  off  Gallowgate.     2. 

Rocklea  Place  and  Terrace,  Hillhead.     16. 
F  b   Rodney  Street,  f.  Possil  road  to  Wigton  st.     8. 

Rokeby  Terrace,  Gt.  Western  rd.,  Hillhead.  16. 
G  d  Ronald  Street,  f.  Taylor  st.  to  Dobbie's  In.     6. 
Fe   Ropework  Entry,  108  Stockwell  street.     7. 
F  e  Ropework  La.,  f.  Jackson  st.  to  Gt.  Clyde  st.    7. 
F  d  Rose  Lane,  Garnethill.     7. 
F  d  Rose  PL,  cor.   of  Rose  st.  and  Hill  st.,  Garnet- 
hill.    7. 
G  e  Rose  St.,  f.  Adelphi  st.  to  Rutherglen  loan.  11. 
H  e  Rose  St.  (E.),  f.  Abercromby  st.  to  Greenvale  st. 
Do.     f.  Abercromby  st.  to  Marlborough  st.   4. 
Do.     f.  Marlborough  st.  to  Greenvale  st.     2. 
F  d  Rose  St.,  Garnethill,  f.  Sauchiehall  st.,  N.,     7. 
E  c  Rosebank  Ter.,  Grant  St.,  St.  George's  rd.     9. 

Roseberry  Ter.,  Gt.  Western  to  N.  Woodside  rd.  9. 

Roseberry  Terrace,  305  to  327  Cathcart  road. 

Roseberry  Terrace,  Pollokshields. 
F  c  Rosehall  Buildings,  41  Burnside  street.     8. 
E  c   Rosehall  Place,  Rosehall  street.     8. 
F  a  Rosehall  St.,  f.  Shamrock  st.  to  N.  City  rd.     9. 
Fc  Rosehall  St.,  f.  N.  City  rd.  to  Burnside  st.      8. 

Roseland  Place,  Crow  Road,  Partick. 
Ff  Roseland  Terrace,  corner  of  Abbotsford  place, 

Cumberland  street.     12. 
7  e    Roslea  Drive,  f.  Wbitehill  st.  to  Cumbernauld 
road,  Dennistoun.     3. 

Roselyn  Ter.,  Nithsdale  rd.,  Pollokshields     13. 

Rosemont  Street,  off  Millburn  street.     3. 
B  c   Rosevale  Street,  Partick.     16. 

Rosevale  PI.,  Rosevale  st.,  Partick.      16. 

Rosevale  Ter.,  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.     16. 
Fc  Roslin  PI.,  w.  end  Burnside  st.,  Garscube  rd.   8. 
C  b  Roslin  Terrace,  Kelvinside.     16. 

Rosslyn  Place,  Pollokshields. 

Rosslyn  Terrace,  Pollokshields. 
G  d  Rottenrow,  from  High  st.  to  Montrose  street,  5  ; 

and  from  Montrose  street  to  John  street,  7. 
B  b  Roxburgh  Gardens,  Dowanhill.     16. 
Cb   Roxburgh  Street,  Byars'  rd.,  Kelvinside.     16. 
F  d  Royal  Arcade,  top  of  Hope  street.     7. 
Fe  Royal  Bank  Buildings,  f.  92  to  100  Buchanan 

street.     7. 
Fe   Royal  Bank  PI,  f.  Buchanan  st.  to  Exchange  sq.  7. 

Royal  Bank  Place,  off  Paisley  road.     15. 
D  d  Royal  Crescent,  west  end  of  Sauchiehall  st.     9. 
E  h  Royal  Crescent,  Queen's  drive,  Crosshill.     17. 
D  d  Royal  Crescent  Mews,  back  of  Royal  cres.     9. 
Fe   Royal  Exchange  Place,    from  Buchanan  street 

to  Royal  Exchange  square.     7. 
A  a  Royal  Lunatic  Asylum,  Gartnavel.     16. 

Royal  Ter.,  Queen's  drive  (W.)  Crosshill.      17. 
D  d  Royal  Terrace,  back  of  Royal  crescent.     9. 


70 


STREETS,   SQUAKES,   PLACES,   &c. 


Ruby  Street,  off  New  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 

Ruchill  Road,  off  Gairbraid  street.     13. 

Ruchill  Terrace,  Gairbraid  street.     18. 
Eg  Rumford  Street,  Main  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 
E  c  Rupert  Street,  off  Great  Western  road.     9. 

Russell's  Land,  490  Crown  st.  (back  land).    12. 
Cd  Russell  Place,  off  Kelvinbaugh  street.     10. 
G  e   Russell  St.,  f.  Kent  st.  to  New  st.,  Calton.     4. 
E  d  Russell  Street  (West),  north  end  of  Hope  st.  7. 
B  d  Russell  St. ,  from  Orchard  st.  to  Merkland  street, 

Partick.     16. 
.F  d  Rutherford  Lane,  f.  Renfield  st.  to  Hope  st.     7. 
H  g  Rutherglen  Bridge. 

G  f  Rutherglen  Loan,  f.  Main  st.  to  Crown  st.     12. 
Do.     f.  Crown  st.  to  Commercial  road.     11. 
G  g  Rutherglen  Road,  from  Commer.  rd.  to  Polmadie 
burn.     11. 

Ruthven  Place,  off  Byars'  road,  Kelviuside. 

Ruthven  Street,  off  Byars'  rd.,  Kelvinside.     16. 
D  e  Rutland  Crescent,  Govan  road.     14. 

Rutland  Lane,  Govan.     15. 
D  e  Rutland  Place,  Govan  road.     14. 

s 

St.  Albans  Place,  Dowanbill.     16. 

G  e  St.  Andrew's  Lane,  f.  Gallowg.  to  St.  Andrew's 
square.     5. 

Ef  St.  Andrew's  Road,  Pollokshields.     14. 

G  e  St.  Andrew's  Sq.,  principal  entry  f.  Saltmarket.  5. 

G  e  St.  Andrew's  St.,  f.  Saltmarket  to  St.  Andrew's 
square.     5. 

E  g  St.  Andrew's  Street,  Pollokshields. 

E  e   St.  Ann  St.,  f.  Duke  st.  to  Merchant's  quarry.  3. 
St.  Bernard's  PI.,  Gt.  George  st.,  Hillhead.     16. 

E  c   St.  Clair  Street,  off  North  Woodside  rd.     9. 

F  e   St.  Enoch  Chambers,  13  Dixon  street.     7. 

F e  .St.  Enoch  Lane,  145  Argyle  street.     7. 

E  f  St.  Enoch  Square,  off  Argyle  street.     7. 

F  e    St.  Enoch  Wynd,  off  Argyle  street.     7. 

F  d  St.  George's  Court,  94  West  Nile  street.     7. 

E  c   St.  George's  Cross,  St.  George's  road. 

F  d  St.  George's  PI.,  w.,  61  to  89  W.  George  st.    7 

E  c  St.  George's  Rd.,  f.  Sauchiehall  st.  to  Garscube  rd. 
E.  side  of  do.,  f.  Garscube  rd.  to  N.  City  rd.  8 
E.  side  of  do.,  f.  N.  City  rd.  to  Sauchieh.  st.  9 
W.  side  of  do.,  f  Crescent  pi.  to  Myrtle  st.  9 
W.  side  of  do.,  f.  Myrtle  st.  to  Garscube  rd.  8 
St.  George's  Ter.,  67-69  Paisley  road,  west.  14, 

E  c  St.  George's  Terrace,  St.  George's  road,  corner 
of  Carnarvon  street.     9. 

G  d  St.  James'  Rd.,  f.  Taylor  st.  to  Parliament,  rd.  6. 

Ef  St.  James'  Street,  off  Paisley  road.     14. 

Ef  St.  James'  St.,  Kingston,  fr.  West  st.  to  Crook  - 
ston  street.     13. 

D  b  St.  James'  Terrace,  Great  Western  road.      16. 

Ef  St.  James'  Ter.,  Kinning  pk.,  off  Paisley  rd.   14. 

H  e  St.  John's  Place,  east  end  of  Grasme  st.     5. 

D  d  St.  John's  Place,  Dumbarton  road,  from  Houlds- 
worth  street  to  Elliot  street.     10. 

Dg  St.  John's  Rd.,  off  St.  Andrew's  rd.,  Polloksh.  14. 

F  b  St.  John  Street,  off  Craighall  road.     6. 

St.  John's  Terrace,  Ann  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
St.  Joseph's  Place,  off  Abercromby  street.     4. 

G  e  St.  Margaret's  PI.,  f.  Bridgegate  to  Jail  sq.     5. 

//    St.  Marnock  St.,  f.  Broad  st.  to  Crownpoint  rd.  2. 

F  d  St.  Mary's  Bldgs.,  St.  Vincent  &  Renfield  sts.    7. 

F  d  St.  Mary's  Lane,  f.  W.  Nile  st.  to  Renfield  st.  7. 

E  c  St.  Mary's  Place,  Napiershall  street.     9. 


G  e  St.  Mungo  St.  (S.)  f.  Gallow.  to  G.  Hamilton  st. 

East  side.     4 ;    west  side.     5. 
G  d  St.  Mungo  St.,  f.  Stirling  rd.  to  Parliament,  rd.  6. 
G  d  St.  Nicholas  Place,  f.  Kirk  st.  to  Weaver  st.    5. 
G  e  St.  Nicholas  Street,  High  street. 
Ff  St.  Ninian  Street,  Adelphi  street.     12. 
E  d  St.  Peter's  Lane,  f.  Main  st.  to  Douglas  st.     7. 
D  f  St.  Quivox  Place,  West  Scotland  street.     15. 
G  c  St.  Rollox,  Townhead.     6. 
D  d  St.  Vincent  Cres.,  Sandyford,  Dumbart.  rd.    10. 
D  d  St.  Vincent  Crescent  Lane,  Sandyford.     10. 
F  d  St.  Vincent  La.,  f.  St.  Vine.  pi.  to  W.  Geo.  st.  7. 
F  d  St.  Vincent  Lane,  from  Hope  st.  to  Pitt  st.     7. 
F  d  St.  Vincent  PL,  f.  Geo.  sq.  to  Buchanan  st.     7. 
E  d  St.  Vincent  St.,  f.  Buchanan  st.  to  Dumbart.  rd. 
Both  sides  of  do.,  f.  Buchanan  st.  to  Pitt  st.  7. 
S.  side  of  do.,  f.  Pitt  st.  to  Dumbart.  rd.   10. 
N.  side  of  do.,  f.  Dumbarton  rd.  to  Pitt  st.  9. 
Salamanca  Street,  off  New  Road,  Parkhead.    2. 
Fd  Salem  PL, Holmheadst.,  cor.ofN.  Hanover  st.  6. 
Salisbury  Place,  Gt.  Western  rd.,  Hillbead.  16. 
Ff  Salisbury  Street,  from   Cumberland   street   to 
Pollokshaws  road.     12. 
Salisbury  Terrace,  Colebrooke  St.,  Hillhead.  16. 
Salkeld  Street,  off  Cook  street. 
G  e  Saltmarket,  from  Cross  to  Albert  bridge.     5. 
Saltoun  St.,  off  Ruthven  st.,  Kelvinside.     16. 
Sandbank  Bldgs.,  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.    16. 
Sandringham  Terrace,  Hillhead.     16. 
Sandyfaulds  Lane,  off  Matbieson  street.      11. 
G  g  Sandyfaulds  Street,  from  Rutherglen   road  to 
Caledonia  road.      11. 
Sandyford  Bldgs.,  170-214  Dumbarton  rd.    9. 
D  d  Sandyford  Place,  Sauchiehall  road,  fr.  Elderslie 

street  to  Claremont  street.     9. 
C  d  Sandyford  Street,  Kelvinbaugh.     10. 
D  d  Sandyford  Street,  f.  Kelvingrove  st.,  west.     9. 
F  a  Saracen  Foundry.     18. 

F  a  Saracen  St.,  f.  Possil  road  to  Hawthorn  st.   18. 
G  e  Saracen's  Lane,  207  Gallowgate.     5. 
C  b  Sardinia  Terrace,  off  G.  Western  rd.,  Hillh.    16. 

Sauehie  Place,  Govan.     15. 

F  d  Sauchiehall  Lane,  f.  W.  Nile  st.  to  Newton  st. 

Do.     from  West  Nile  street  to  Pitt  st.      7. 

Do.     from  Pitt  street  to  Newton  street.     9. 

E  d  Sauchiehall  Street,  from  Buchanan  street,  west. 

Both  sides  of  do  .,f.  W.  Nile  st.  to  Pitt  st. 

and  Scott  street.     7. 
Both  sides  of  do.,  f.  Pitt  &  Scott  sts.  west.  9. 
C  c    Saughfield,  Saughfield  road,  Hillhead.     16. 

Saughfield  Road,  Hillhead,  from  Gibson  street 
to  Byars'  road.     16. 
Eg  Savoy  St.,  off  Old  Dalmarnock  rd.,  Bridgeton.  1. 
Sawmillfield  Place,  Garscube  road,  from  Dobbie's 

loan  to  Possil  toll.     8. 
Sawmillfield  Street,  off  Garscube  road.     8. 
/  g    Saxon  Street,  Adelphi  street,  Bridgeton. 
E  d  School  Wynd,  f.  Mainst.,  Anders,  to  Union  pi.  10. 
E  d  Scotia  PL,  cor.  of  Elmbank  st.  &  Sauchieh.  st.  9. 
E  c  Scotia  Street,  f.  Shamrock  st.  to  N.  City  rd.  9. 
E  c       Do.,     from  New  City  Road  to  Grove  st.     8. 
Ef  Scotland  Street,  from  West  street  to  Shields  rd. 
Do.,     from  West  street  to  Crookston  st.     13. 
Do.,     from  Crookston  st.  to  Shields  rd.      14. 
E  c  Scotland  Street,  off  Woodside  terrace.     9. 
Ef  Scotland  Street  (W.),  Kinning  Park.     14. 

Do.  West  of  County  boundary.    15. 

E  d  Scott's  Court,  80  Main  street,  Anderston.     10. 
Scott's  Court,  340  Gallowgate.     4. 


STEEETS,   SQUARES,  PLACES,   &c. 


71 


Fe    Scott's  Place,  60  Centre  street.     13. 
Eg  Scott  St.,  f.  Newhall  st.  to  Mill  st ,  Bridgeton.  1 
F  c    Scott  St.,  f.  Bishop  st.  to  Dobbie's  loan.     6. 
E  d  Scott  Street,  f.  Sauchiehall  st.  to  Shamrock  st. 
East  side.     7  ;    West  side.     9. 

Seafield  Terrace,  94  to  170  Raebury  Street. 
It    Seton  Ter.,  off  Westercraig  st.,  Dennistoun.    3. 

Sedan  Place,  Paisley  road.      15. 
E  c  Seamour  Street,  off  New  City  road.     9. 
B  b  Seymour  Terrace,  Dowanhill.     16. 

Seyton  Avenue,  Langside  road,  Langside. 

Shaftesbury  Buildings,  Paisley  road. 
E  d  Shaftesbury  Lane,  off  Shaftesbury  street.     10. 
E  d  Shaftesbury  Street,  from  Main  street,  Anderston, 

to  William  street.     10. 
E  d  Shaftesbury  Ter.,  West  Regent  street,  Holland 

street,  and  Pitt  street.     9. 
E  c  Shamrock  Street,  off  New  City  road.      9. 
Gf  Shamrock  St.  (South),  off  Rutherglen  In.     11. 
B  d  Shan  don  Street,  off  Govan  road.     15. 
E  d  Sharp's  La.,  f.  Main  st,  Ander.,  to  Stobc.  st.  10. 
H  f  Shaw's  Court,  62  John  street,  Bridgeton.     4. 

Shaw  Street,  Govan.     15. 

Shawmill  Street,  Pollokshaws. 

Sheppard  Street,  Springburn.     6. 
Df  Shields  Place,   232  to  266  St.  James'  street, 

Kinning  park.     14. 
Df  Shields  Road,  from  Paisley  rd.  to  Nithsdale  rd. 
Do.,  west  side.     14. 

Do.,  E.  side,  f.  Paisley  rd.  to  Shields  bridge.  14. 
Do.,    do.    f.  Shields  bdge.  to  Nithsdale  rd.  13. 
D  f  Shields  Terrace,  Kinning  park.     14. 

Short's  Court,  258  Main  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 
G  e  Shuttle  Street,  f.  E.  Ingram  st.  to  George  st.  5. 
G  e  Shuttle  Street  Lane,  top  of  Shuttle  street.    5. 
H  b  Sighthill  Cemetery. 

Silverfir  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 
H  f  Silvergrove,  Duncan  street,  Calton.     4. 
H  f  Silvergrove  Street,  off  Canning  st.,  Calton.     4. 
H  g  Simpson's  Court,  5  Franklin  street.     1. 
E  b    Simpson  Street,  off  New  City  road. 

Sinclair's  Court,  363  Gallowgate.     3. 
Ef  Sister  Street,  Orr  Street,  Calton.     4. 
H  e   Skeivingdyke  Street,  off  Henrietta  street. 
/  e    Slatefield  Street,  east  end  of  Gallowgate.     3. 

Slitmills,  Ferry  road,  Partick.     10. 

Small  Street,  off  Cumberland  road. 

Smeal's  Buildings,  Govanhaugh.     11. 

Smith  Square,  Rutherglen. 
D  c  Smith  Street,  Hillhead,  off  Glasgow  street.    16. 

Smith  Street,  Whiteinch.     16. 
Df  Smith  Street,  off  Paisley  road.     14. 
K  h  Smith  Terrace,  Farme,  Rutherglen. 
F  e  Smithfield  Buildings,  foot  of  Oswald  street.     7. 
G  e  Smith's    Court,  62    Brunswick   street  and  53 
Candleriggs.     7. 

Smith's  Court,  192  Dalmarnock  road.    1. 
F  e  Smith's  Court,  62  Jamaica  street.     7. 

Smith's  Place,  40  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 
Fb    Society  Row,  from  Garscube  rd.  lo  Possil  rd.  8. 
K  e  Society  Street,  Great  Eastern  road.     2. 
/  e    Soho  Place,  off  Soho  street.     2. 
/  e    Soho  St.,  Gallowgate  to  Crownpoint  rd.     2. 
D  d  Somerset  Place,  Sauchiehall  st.,  west  end.     9. 
G  e  Somerville  Place,  Monteith  row.     4. 
B  a  South  Balgray  Rd.,  off  Gt.  Western  road. 

Southgreen  Bank,  Butterbiggins  row.    12. 

Southview  Terrace,  Onslow  drive. 
D  c  South  Woodside  Road,  off  Woodlands  road.     9. 


Southpark,  Ann  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
Southpark  Terrace,  Ann  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
Id    Southview  Ter.,  117-149  Onslow  drive.      3. 
F  c  Speirs'  Wharf,  Port  Dundas.     8. 

Spiers'  PL,  Queen  Mary  avenue,  Crosshill.     17. 
G  e   Spoutmouth,  fr.  Gallowgate  to  Old  Vennel.    5. 
G  e  Spreull's  Court,  172  Trongate.     7. 
Gf  Spring  Lane,  off  South  Wellington  street.     11. 
C  a    Spring  Gardens,  Kelvinside.     16. 
Spring  Place,  Crossmyloof. 
Spring  Place,  opposite  Lawmoor  place.     11. 
Springbank,  Garscube  road.     8. 
K  g  Springbank,  London  road.     2. 
E  b  Springburn  road,  fr.  Castle  st.  to  Springburn. 

East  side.     3;    west  side.     6. 
F  e    Springfield Ct.,  69  Queen  st.&  58  Buchanan  st.  7. 
Springfield  Lane  and  Buildings,  off  Paisley  rd. 
East  side.     13  ;    west  side.     14. 
E  e  Springfield  PI.  and  Buildings,  off  Paisley  rd.  14. 

Springfield  Place,  off  Garscube  road.     9. 
E  e  Springfield  Quay,  off  Paisley  road.     14. 

Springfield  Road,  off  New  Dalmarnock  road.   1. 
Springgrove  Place,  Grove  street.     8. 
Springhill  Place,  342  St.  George's  road.     8. 
Springhill  Ter  ,  Pollokshaws  rd.,  Crossmyloof. 
Stafford  Place,  160-176  New  City  road.     8. 
G  c  Stafford  Street,  from  Pulteney  street,  east.     6. 
D  d  Stanhope  PI.,  1.  Hill  st.  to  Oak  St.,  Anderst.   10. 
G  d  Stanhope  St.,  f.  Dobbie's  loan  to  Parson  st.    6. 
Stan  more  Terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Stanley  Buildings,  Paisley  road,  west. 
Df  Stanley  PL,  1-11  Stanley  st.,  Paisley  road.  14. 
Ff  Stanley  Place,  off  Eglinton  street.     12. 
D  f  Stanley  St.,  f.  Kinning  pk.,  Paisley  rd.,  south.  14. 
E  c  Stanley  Street,  from  Woodlands  road  to  Car- 
narvon street.     9. 
G  e   Steel  Street,  f.  Saltmarket  to  Low  Green  st.    5. 
G  e  Stepney  Court,  137  London  street.     5. 
G  e    Stepney  PL,  cor.  of  London  and  Charlotte  sts.  5. 
E  c   Steven  St.,  fr.  Shamrock  st.  to  New  City  rd.    9. 
Hf  Stevenson  St.,  f.  Kirk  st.  to  Clyde  st.,  Calton.    4. 
G  e  Stewart  Court,  45  Candleriggs.     7. 

Stewart  Place,  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill.     11. 
C  c  Stewart  Street,  top  of  Clyde  St.,  Partick.     16. 
Fc  Stewart  Street,  from  Ann  street  to  Stirling  st., 
Port  Dundas.     8. 
Stuart  Terrace,  Aitkenhead  road. 
Stewartvale  Place.  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
B  c   Stewartville  St.,  off  Dumbart.  rd.,  Partick.   16. 
G  d  Stirling  Road,  from  High  John  st.  to  Castle  st. 
Do.,  north  side,  to  Mason  st.,  and  both  sides 

from  Mason  st.  eastwards.     6. 

Do.,  south  side,  f.  John  st.  to  Montrose  st.  7. 

Do.,  do.,       f.  Montrose  st.  to  Mason  st.  5. 

G  e   Stirling  Square,  west  end  of  Stirling  street.     5. 

G  e   Stirling  Street,  from  High  st.  to  Stirling  sq.     5. 

Ff  Stirling  Street  (South),  from  Bedford  street  to 

Margaret  street.     12. 
F  c  Stirling  St.,  f.  Cowcads.  st.  to  Dobbie's  loan.    8. 
F  d  Stirrat's  Court,  53  Cowcaddens  street.     7. 
D  e  Stobcross  St.,  f.  Washing,  st.  to  Finnieston.    10. 
Fe  Stockwell  Court,  39  Stockwell  street.     7. 
Fe  Stockwell  PL,  off  Stockwell  st.,  west  side.     7. 
F  e  Stockwell  St.,  f.  Trongate  to  Victoria  bridge.  7. 
Gf  Stonefield  Terrace,  South  Wellington  street.   11. 
/  i    Stonelaw  Street,  Rutherglen. 
E  h  Strathbungo,  Pollokshaws  road,  Queen's  park. 
Strathclyde  Street,  off  Swanston  street.     1. 
Strathearn  Place,  Paisley  road.     14. 


STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  &c. 


Struan  Terrace,  Albert  road,  Crosshill.     Nos.  4 
to  12  and  1  to  33.    12.     Remainder,  17. 

Struther's  Court,  43  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 
E  e  Struther's  St.,  f.  Stevenson  st.  to  Millroad  st.    4. 
G  e  Suffolk  St.,  f.  South  St.  Mungo  st.  to  Kent  st.  4. 
Df  Suffolk  Street,  Kinning  Park.     14. 

Sugarhouse  Closes,  132  and  138  Gallowg.     5. 
Ef  Summer  Street,  off  Broad  street,  Mile-end.     2. 
1  g    Summerfield  Street,  off  Dalmarnock  rd.      1. 
B  e   Summertown.  Copeland  road,  Govan.     15. 
B  e  Summertown  Rd.,  off  Copeland  rd.,  Govan.  15. 

Surrey  La.,  f.  Cumberl.  st.  to  Polloksh.  rd.    12. 

Surrey  PI.,  head  of  Surrey  st.,  Pollokshw.  rd.  12. 
Ff  Surrey  St.,  f.  Portugal  st.  to.  Pollokshw.  rd.  12. 
Gf  Sussex  Place,  9  Adelphi  street.     11. 

Sussex  Street,  Kinning  park.     14. 
B  b  Sutherland  Gardens,  Dowanhill.     16. 
C  c  Sutherland  Terrace,  Hillhead.     16. 
Ff  Swan  Close,  112  Main  street,  Gorbals.     12. 

Swan  Lane,  Port  Dundas.     6. 
G  c  Swan  Street,  off  Canal  St.,  Port  Dundas.     6. 
I  g    Swanston  Street,  off  Dalmarnock  road.     1. 

Sweet's  Court,  109  Great  Hamilton  street.     4. 
J  e    Sword  Street,  Gallowgate  to  Duke  street.     3. 

Sydenham  Place,  Kinning  st.,  Kingston.     13. 
Ff  Sydenham  Place,  Main  street,  Gorbals.     12. 
B  b  Sydenham  Row,  Dowanhill.     16. 
F  e  Sydney  Court,  62  Argyle  street.     7. 
E  e  Sydney  Street,  from  Gallowgate  to  Duke  st.    3. 


G  d  Tarbet  Street,  off  Balmano  street.     5. 

Taylor's  Court,  149  Great  Hamilton  street.     4. 

Taylor  Place,  Govan  road.     15. 
E  d  Taylor  Street,  f.  Main  st.  to  Stobcross  st.     10. 
G  d  Taylor  Street,  f.  Rottenrow  to  Parliamentary  rd. 
Do.,  from  Rottenrow  to  Stirling  road.     5. 
Do.,  f.  Stirling  rd.  to  Parliamentary  rd.    6. 
B  c  Temple  Street,  Dowanhill.     16. 

Templebar  Place,  325-353  Dumbarton  road. 

Temple   Bar   Quadrant,   352-362   Dumbarton 
road,  Overnewton. 
G  c  Tennant  Street,  from  Castle  st.  to  Glebe  st.     6. 
.D  e  Terminus  Quay,  off  Paisley  road.     14. 
E  d  Terrace  St.,  off  St.  Vine,  st.,  Greenhill  pi.     10. 
C  d  Teviot  St.,  Kelvinhaugh  st.  to  Gilbert  st.     10. 

Teviot  Terrace,  Kelvinside.     16. 
E  c  Tharsis  Street,  off  Garngad  road.     3. 

Thistle  Lane,  Garnethill.     9. 
Ff  Thistle  Street,  f.  Adelphi  st.  southward.     12. 

Thistle  Street,  off  Garngad  road.     3. 
E  d  Thistle  St.,  f.  Sauchiehall  st.  to  Shamrock  st.    9. 

Thomas  Street,  Westmuir,  Parkhead. 

Thomson's  Buildings,  36  Main  st.,  Bridgeton.  4. 

Thomson's  Court,  220  Main  st,,  Bridgeton.     1. 
Ef  Thomson's  Lane,   Mile-end,  from  Marlborough 

street  to  Greenvale  street.     2. 
Ef  Thomson's  Lane,  from  Green  st.  to  Risk  st.    4. 
E  d  Thomson's  Square,  63  Main  st,  Anderston.  10. 
i"  e    Thomson  St.,  off  Duke  st.  to  Reidvale  st. 

Thompson  Street,  Govan.     15. 
C  c  Thomson  Street,  off  Byars'  rd.,  Partick.     16. 
B  d   Thornbank  Cottage,  Ferry  rd.,  Pointhouse.   16. 

Thorne  PI.,  cor.  of  Rosehall  st.  and  N.  City  rd. 

Thornton  Terrace,  New  City  road  and  North 
Woodside  road.     9. 

Thornville,  Great  George  street,  Hillhead.     16. 

Thomville  Terrace,  Wilson  st.,  Hillhead.     16. 


F  d  Thrashgrove,  cor.  of  Milton  st.  &  Cowcads.     8. 

Three  Ell  Road,  Govan.     15. 
D  b  Tillie  Street,  off  North  Woodside  road.     9. 

Titwood  Place,  Nithsdale  rd.,  Strathbungo.  14. 
E  f  Tobago  Street,  from  Canning  st.  to  Stevenson 

street,  Calton.     4. 
G  e  Tontine  Buildings,  from  12  to  34  Trongate.     5. 
Df  Tower  Street,  Parkgrove,  off  Paisley  road. 
Do.,     East  of  county  boundary.     14. 
Do.,     West  of     do.         do.     "       15. 
Towerhill  Ter.,  Balgray  brae,  end  of  Springburn 

road,  Springburn.     3. 
Townhead,  top  of  High  street. 
E  d  Townmill  Rd.,  f.  Castle  st.  to  Canal  bank.     3. 

Townmill,  near  Canal  bank,  Townhead.     3. 
Ef  Tradeston,  at  the  S.  end  of  Glasgow  bridge.  13. 
F  e   Trafalgar  Place,  120  Broomielaw.     7. 
Eg  Trafalgar  Street,  Main  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 
G  e  Trongate,  f.  the  Cross  to  Stockwell  &  Glassford  sts. 
Do.,     f.  Cross  to  King  st.  and  Candleriggs.  5. 
Do.,     from  King  st.  &  Candleriggs  to  Glass- 
ford  and  Stockwell  streets.     7. 
Cf  Tulliallan  Place,  Paisley  road.     15. 
E  e  Tureen  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Green  st.,  Calt.   4. 
F  e   Turner's  Court,  87  Argyle  street.     7. 
E  c  Turner's  Street,  Garngad  road.     3. 
I  e    Tylefield  Street,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Soho  pi.     2. 

u 

Fe  Union  Corner,  Gordon  st.  and  Union  st.     7. 
F  e   Union  Court,  172  Argyle  street.     7. 

Union  Lane,  Green  street,  Calton.     4. 

Union  Place,  off  Avenue  rd.,  Springburn. 
K  7i  Union  Place,  Farme,  Rutherglen. 
E  d  Union  Place,  off  North  street,  Anderston.     10. 
F  e   Union  Street,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Gordon  st.     7. 
H  e  Union  St.,  Calt.,  f.  James'  st.  to  Green  st.     4. 

Union  Street,  East,  Parkhead.      2. 
C  c   University  Avenue,  Hillhead.     16. 
C  o   University,  Gilmorehill.     9. 
C  d  University  Street,  off  Old  Dumbarton  road.   10. 

Upper  Fauld's  Place,  480  So.  Wellington  street, 
Hutchesontown.     11. 
G  f  Upper  Govan  Street,  off  South  York  street. 

Upper  Muirhouse  Place,  Pollokshaws  road. 
G  d  Ure  Place,  80  to  96  Montrose  street.     5. 
G  d  Ure  Place  (North),  w.  end  of  Rottenrow  st.    5. 

Urie's  Row,  Old  Ropework,  Hutchesontown.  11. 


Valeview  Terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
F  b   Vere  Street,  Keppochhill  road. 
Cf  Vermont  Street,  off  West  Scotland  street.     14. 
Do.,  west  of  County  boundary.     15. 

Veron  Street,  off  Gairbraid  street. 
Fe   Victoria  Bridge.    N.  half.  7;  south  half.     12. 
Fe  Victoria  Build.,  ft.  of  Stockwell  &Gt.  Clyde  sts.  7. 
F  d  Victoria  Buildings,  West  Regent  street.     7. 

Victoria  Buildings,  Pollokshields. 
B  b  Victoria  Circus,  Dowanhill.  16. 
G  e  Victoria  Court,  19  Gallowgate.     5. 

Victoria  Crescent,  Dowanhill.     16. 

Victoria  Cross,  Victoria  road,  Govanhill. 

Victoria  Drive,  Mount  Florida. 

Victoria  Place,  Mount  Florida. 

Victoria  Place,  Govan.     15. 

Victoria  Place,  Rutherglen. 


STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLAGES,  &c. 


73 


F  d  Victoria  Place,  1  West  Regent  street.     7. 

Victoria  Place,  46  Buccleuch  street.     7. 
E  h  Victoria  Road,  south,  from  Eglinton  street. 
Do.     East  side,  to  county  boundary.    12. 
Do.     West  side,  to     do.  do.  13. 

Victoria  Street,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 

Victoria  Street,  off  Eglinton  street.     13. 
B  d  Victoria  Street,  off  Govan  rd.,  Govan.     15. 
C  c  Victoria  Street,  Billhead.     16. 
Cb   Victoria  Ter.,  off  Byars'  road,  Dowanhill.     16. 
.  Victoria  Terrace,  Victoria  ra. ,  Govanhill. 

Victoria  Terrace,  Mount  Florida. 

Viewbank,  Garngad  hill.     3. 

Viewfield  Place,  Darnley  st.  and  Melville  street, 
Pollokshields. 
Dc  Viewfield  Terrace,  Ann  street,  Hillhead.     16. 

Viewfield  Terrace,  Darnley  st.,  Pollokshields. 
G  d  Villafield,  north  end  of  Taylor  street.      6. 
G  d  Villafield  Place,  head  of  Taylor  street.     6. 
I  e    Villiers  Court,  Sword  street.     3. 
H  c  Villiers  Street,  Garngad  road.     3. 

Vinegarhill  Street,  Camlachie.     2. 
C  b  Vinicombe  St.,  off  Kerrsland  st,  Hillhead.     16. 

Violetgrove  Street,  off  Cedar  street.     9. 
F  e  Virginia  Buildings,  43  Virginia  street.     7. 
F  e   Virginia  Court,  71  Virginia  street.     7. 
F  e  Virginia  Place,  head  of  Virginia  street.     7. 

Virginia  PL,  305  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.  16. 
F  e  Virginia  Street,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Ingram  st.  7. 
F  c  Vulcan  Street,  Port  Dundas.     6. 

Vulcan  St.,  off  426  Springbura  rd.,  Springburn. 

Vulcan  Street,  Port  Dundas,  from  Canal  street 
to  Hundred  Acre  Hill. 

w 

Fe  Waddell's  Court,  48  Stockwell  street.    7. 

Gf  Waddell  St.,  off  Govan  st.,  Hutchesontown.  11. 

Walker's  Court,  114  Main  street,  Bridgeton.    1. 

Walker's  Court,  65  Dale  street,  Bridgeton.     1. 
E  b  Walker  Street,  off  Hopehill  road.     9. 
B  c  Walker  Street,  off  Douglas  st.,  Partick.     16. 
//    Walkinshaw  St.,  end  of  Hozier  St.,  Bridgeton.  1. 

Wall  Street,  from  Stirling  st.  to  Bell  st. ;  City. 

Wallace  Court,  Bell  street,  south  side.     5. 

Wallace  Court,  107  Maitland  street.     8. 

Wallace  Grove  PL,  f.  Watt  st.  to  Shields  rd.  14. 
C  c  Wallace  Place,  off  Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick.    16. 
G  d  Wallace  Street  (N.),  off  Parliamentary  rd.     6. 
Ff  Wallace  St.  (S.),  f.  Eglinton  st.  to  Centre  st.  13. 

Wallace  Street,  Rutherglen. 
C  f  Walmer  Crescent,  Paisley  road.     15. 

Walmer  Place,  head  of  Hospital  street.     12. 

Walworth  Terrace,  Kent  road.     9. 
G  d  Ward  Street,  off  Parliamentary  road.     6. 

Wardlawhill  Street,  Rutherglen. 
G  b  Wardlaw  Street,  Keppochhill.     8. 
Fe   Wardrop's  Court,  38  Queen  street.     7. 
E  e  Warroch  St.,  f.  Stobcross  st.  to  Anderston  qy.  10. 
Ff  Warwick  St.,  fr.  Norfolk  st.  to  Bedford  st.     12. 
E  e  Washington  St.,  f.  Main  st,  Anderston,  S.    10. 
Fe  Water  Close,  91  Stockwell  street.     7. 

Water  Row,  Govan.     ]  5. 
F  e  Water  St.,  P.  Dundas,  f.  Ann  st.  to  P.  Dundas  rd.  8. 
Do.,     from  Dundas  road  to  Charlotte  st.     6. 

Waterloo  PL,  81-95  Gloucester  St.,  Kingston.  13. 

Waterloo  Row,  Polmadie.     11. 
E  d  Waterloo  Street,  from  Hope  st.  to  Pitt  st.     7. 
//    Waterloo  St.,  f.  Greenvale  st.  to  James'  st.,  east.  2. 


F  e   Waterport  Buildings,  f.  10  to  18  Gt.  Clyde  st.  7. 

Watson's  Court,  194  Gallowgate.     5. 
G  e  Watson  St.,  f.  Gallowgate  to  Blackfriar's  st.  5. 
E  b  Watson  St.  (North),  off  369  Garscube  rd.     9. 
Df  Watt  Street,  fr.  Paisley  rd.  to  Scotland  st.     14. 
H  b  Watt  Street,  off  Petershill  road.     3. 
G  d  Weaver  Street,  from  Rottenrow  to  Stirling  road. 
Do.,     from  Rottenrow  to  Mason  street.     5. 
Do.,     from  Mason  street  to  Stirling  road.    6. 
E  b  Well  Road,  off  New  City  road.     9. 

Well  Road  Terrace,  Well  road.     9. 
E  e  Well  St,  f.  Gt.  Hamilton  st.  to  Main  st.,  Calt.  4. 
B  c   Well  Street,  off  Dumbarton  road,  Partick.     16. 

Wellcroft  Place,  off  Eglinton  street.     12. 

Wellcroft  Street,  off  Eglinton  street.     13. 

Wellesley  Place,  Sandyford  street.     9. 

Wellfield  PL,  off  Avenue  road,  Springburn. 
H  a  Wellfield  Street,  at  536  Springburn  road. 
F  d  Wellington  Arc,  122  Sauchie.  st.  to  Renfr.st.  7. 
Fe  Wellington  Court,  43  Argyle  street.    7. 

Wellington  Lane,  South  Wellington  street.     11. 

Wellington  La.,  f.  Wellington  st.  to  Pitt  st.    7. 

Wellington  Place,  east  end  of  Adelphi  st.     11. 

Wellington  Place,  Rutherglen. 
F  d  Wellington  St,  f.  Argyle  st.  to  Sauchieh.  st.    7. 

Wellington  St.  (E.),  off  New  Road,  Parkhead.  2. 
Gf  Wellington    Street    (South),   from   Wellington 

place  to  Caledonia  road.     11. 
Df  Wellington  Street,  off  Paisley  road. 

Wellpark  Place,  Crossmyloof. 
H  e  Wellpark  Street,  off  Barrack  street.     3. 

Wellpark  Terrace,  Ark  Lane.    3. 
E  b  Wellroad,  f.  New  City  rd.  to  Garscube  rd.     9. 
F  d  Wemyss  PL,  east  end  of  Hill  st,  Garnethill.    7. 

Wemyss  Place,  18  Merkland  St.,  Partick,     16. 

Wendover  Crescent,  Mount  Florida. 
I  e    Wesleyan  St,  f.  Gallowg..  to  E.  Waterloo  st    2. 

West  Bank  Nursery,  Gibson  st.,  Hillhead.    16. 
D  a  West  Bank  Ter.,  Smith  street,  Hillhead.     16. 
E  c  West  Garden  Street,  from  Burnbank  Gardens  to 
New  City  road.     9. 

West  Greenhill  Place,  80  Finnieston.     10. 
Df  West  Scotland  Street,  Kinning  Park.     14. 
Ff  West  St.,  Tradeston,  f.  Clyde  pi.  to  Gas  Wks.  13. 
H  f  West  Street,  off  Canning  street.     4. 
B  b  Westbourne  Gardens,  Kelvinside.     16. 
B  b  Westbourne  Terrace,  south,  Kelvinside.     16. 

Westbury  Street,  off  St.  George's  road.     8. 
D  c  West-end  Park.     9. 

D  c  West-end  Pk.,  f.  Royal  cres.  to  River  Kelvin.  9. 
E  c  West-end  Park  Street,  off  Woodlands  road.     9. 
/  e    Wester  Craigs,  off  Duke  street.     3. 
Fb  Westerhill  Street,  off  Keppochhill  road.     6. 
F  d  Western   Buildings,   corner   of  Cathedral   and 

Buchanan  streets.  6. 
G  c  Western  Infirmary.  16. 
D  c  Western  Rd.  (Great),  f.  New  City  rd.,  -west.     9. 

Westerton  Place,  off  East  Wellington  street.   2. 
D  d  Westminster  Place,  from  Sauchiehall  street  to 

Dumbarton  road.     9. 
D  d  Westminster  Ter.,  f.  Fitzroy  pi.  to  Kelving.  st.  9. 

Westmoreland  St.,  off  Allison  St.,  Govanhill. 

Westmuir  Place,  Rutherglen. 
Lf  Westmuir  St.,  off  Gt.  Eastern  rd.,  Parkhead.  2. 

Weymouth  Terrace,  Paisley  road.     15. 

White  Street,  Govan.     15. 

Whitefield  Place,  Govan  road.     15. 
C  e  Whitefield  Road,  off  Govan  rd.,  Govan.     15. 
E  e  Whitehall  Street,  off  Stobcross  street     10. 

C2 


74 


STREETS,    SQUARES,   PLACES,   &c. 


/  d    Whitehill  Gardens,  off  Armadale  street. 
I  e    Whitehill  Street,  f.  Duke  st.  to  Onslow  drive, 
Dennistoun.     3. 

Whitelaw  Street,  Maryhill.     18. 
/  e    Whitevale,  from  Gallowgate  to  Duke  street. 

West  side.     3 ;    east  side.     2. 
F  b  Wigton  Street,  Canal  Bank,  Old  Basin.     8. 

Wilkie  Street,  off  East  John  street.     2. 
Ed  William  St.,  Anderston,  off  North  street,    10. 
Hf  William  St.,  Greenhead,  south  of  Canning  st.    4. 
//    William  Street,  off  Broad  st.,  Mile-end.     2. 
F  c  William  St.,  f.  West  Milton  st.  to  Stewart  st.     8. 

Williamson  Place,  82  John  st.,  Bridgeton.     4. 
D  c  Willowbank  Crescent,  off  Willowbank  st,     9. 

Willowbank  Place,  between  Holland  street  and 
Pitt  street.     9. 
D  c  Willowbank  Street,  off  Woodlands  road. 

Wilson  Place,  off  East  Miller  street.     2. 
B  b  Wilson  Street,  off  Petershill  road.     3. 
C  i    Wilson  Street,  off  East  Miller  street.     2. 
G  e  Wilson  Street,  f.  Candleriggs  to  Virginia  st, 
B  e  Wilson  Street,  Copeland  road,  Govan. 
D  c  Wilson  St.,  Hillhead,  off  G.  Western  rd. 
B  c  Wilson  Street,  off  Douglas  st,,  Partick. 
F  e  Wilson's  Court,  57  Argyle  street.     7. 
F  e  Wilson's  Court,  8  Broomielaw.     7. 
D  b  Wilton  Crescent,  off  New  City  road.     9. 
E  b  Wilton  Street,  off  New  City  road.     9. 
C  b  Windsor  Circus,  Kirklee  road,  Kelvinside. 

Windsor  Place,  Sauchiehall  street.     7. 

Windsor  PI,  290-314  Dumbart.rd.,  Partick.  16 
C  b   Windsor  Quadrant,  Kirklee  road,  Kelvinside. 
E  c  Windsor  Street,  from  New  City  road  to  North 

Woodside  road.     9. 
B  e  Windsor  Street,  Govan.     15. 
C  b  Windsor  Ter.  (W.),  G.  West,  rd.,  Kelvinside.  16. 
E  c  Windsor  Terrace  (East),  St.  George's  road.      9. 

Windsor  Terrace,  Albert  road,  Langside. 

Winning  Row,  off  West  Muir  st.,  Parkhead.  2. 

Winning  Place,  St.  James'  pi.,  Kingston.     13. 

Winton  Terrace,  Victoria  rd.,  Govanhill.     13. 
Kg  Woddrop  Street,  Dalmarnock.     1. 
G  g  Wolseley  Street,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 


9. 


16. 
16. 


E  c  Woodbine  Place,  corner  of  New  City  road  and 

St.  George's  road.     9. 
C  d  Woodburn  Place,  off  Woodburn  terrace.     10. 
Woodburn  Ter.,  17-35  Kelvinhaugh  st.     10. 
Cc  Wood  Street,  off  Byars' road,  Partick.     16. 

Wood  Street,  Port  Dundas.     8. 
G  d  Wood's  Buildings,  61  Duke  street.     5. 

Wood  Lane  (East),  338  Gallowgate.     4. 
Fe  Wood  Lane,  30  Broomielaw.     7. 
E  c  Woodlands   Road,   from   St.    George's   road   to 

Eldon  street.     9. 
D  c  Woodlands  Terrace,  West-end  park.     9. 
Woodland  Terrace,  Albert  road,  Langside. 
Woodrow  Road,  Pollokshields.     14. 
Woodside,  south  of  Woodlands  road.     9. 
E  d  Woodside  Crescent,  off  Sauchiehall  street.     9. 
E  d  Woodside  Mews,  at  Woodside  crescent.     9. 
D  d  Woodside  Place,  Woodside  crescent.     9. 

Woodside  Place,  Crossmyloof. 
D  b  Woodside  Road  (North),  from  Garscube  road  to 
river  Kelvin. 

Do.,  west  of  St.  George's  road.     9. 
Do.,  east  of  St.  George's  road.     8. 
JD  c  Woodside  Road  (South),  from  Woodlands  road 
westwards.     9. 
Woodside  Road,  West.     9. 
E  d  Woodside  Ter.,  north  side  of  Woodside  cres.     9. 
B  e  Woodvale  Place,  Copeland  road,  Govan.     15. 
H  e  Wright  Street,  from  Duke  st.  to  Ladywell  st.     5. 


//  Yates  Street,  Great  Eastern  road,  Parkhead.  2. 

B  b  York  Gate,  Dowanhill.      16. 

E  e  York  Lane,  24  York  street.     7. 

E  e  York  Street,  from  Argyle  st.  to  Broomielaw.   7. 

G  f  York  Street,  South,  off  Rutherglen  road.     11. 

C  d  Yorkhill,  off  Old  Dumbarton  road.     10. 

Yorkhill  Street,  off  Old  Dumbarton  road.     10. 
B  d  Yorkhill   Wharf,   north    side   of  the   Harbour, 
near  Queen's  Docks.     10. 

Young's  Buildings,  292  Argyle  street.     7. 
H  e  Young  Street,  Gallowgate  to  Millroad  st.     4. 

Young  Street,  Cowlairs.     6. 


BOOT     AND     SHOE      MANUFACTURER, 

302  DUMBARTON   K0AD  ahd  267  NEW  CITY  E0AD, 

f  IT  AS  always  on  hand  a  large  and  well -selected 


it 


Stock  of  Heady-made  BOOTS  and   SHOES, 


purchased  in  the  best  markets  and  on  the  most 
advantageous  terms,  which  will  be  sold  for  Eeady 
Money  on  the  smallest  remunerative  profits. 

Measures  Taken,  and  Repairs  Executed  Neatly,  Promptly^ 
and  at  Moderate  Charges. 


POST-OFFICE 


GLASGOW    DIRECTORY. 


For  the  purpose  of  Saving  Space  the  following  abbreviations  have  been  used :— cres.  for  orescent ; 
pL  for  place ;  sq.  for  square ;  st.  for  street ;  ter.  for  terrace ;  res.  for  residence ;  ho.  for  house ; 
ch.  for  church ;  s.s.  for  south  side  of  the  river,  &c. 


ABBOT,  Jo.in,  &  Co.  (Limited),  Gateshead-on- 
Tyne,  iron  masters,  chain  and  anchor  makers  ; 
Eobt.  Whitehead  &  Co.,  agents,  54  St  Enoch  sq. 

Abbott,  Thomas,  broker,  30  West  Bothwell  street; 
house,  1  Cadzow  street. 

Abbott,  William,  jun.,  spirit  merchant,  18  and  118 
London  st.,  Glasgow,  and  106  Main  St.,  Maryhill ; 
house,  98  Great  Hamilton  street. 

ABELL,  William,  commercial  traveller,  8  Viewfield 
place,  Pollokshields. 

Aber  Shipping  Company;  Ship  Owners,  19  Wel- 
lington street. 

Abercorn  Oil  Company,  manufacturers  of  crude 
shale  oil  and  bricks,  4  Bath  street,  Glasgow ; 
works,  Inkermann,  near  Paisley. 

Abercorn  Shipbuilding  Co.,  Paisley;  Hanna,  Donald, 
&  Wilson,  iron  shipbuilders,  Abbey  Works, 
Paisley ;  office,  North  Area,  Royal  Exchange. 

ABERCROMBIE,  Alexander  (of  Robert  Wother- 
spoon  &  Co.),  house,  Dunacre,  Bellahouston. 

Abercrombfe,  Alexander,  lithographer,  printer,  &c, 
by  steam  power,  4  Frederick  lane,  44  North 
Hanover  street ;  res.  Union  Bauk  House,  Paisley. 

Abercrombie,  Alexander,  jun.  (at  Robert  Wotherspoon 
&  Co.'s),  house,  3  Afton  Crescent,  Clifford  street, 
Paisley  road. 

Abercrombie,  James,  carver  and  gilder,  25 
Great  Western  road. — See  Advt.  in  Appendix. 

Abercromby,  John,  baker  and  confectioner,  148  New 
City  road  and  459  St.  George's  road;  house,  174 
New  City  road. 

Abercrombie,  John,  clothier,  24  Hutcheson  street ; 
house,  3  Newhall  terrace. 

Abercrombie,  Wm.  (of  Robert  Wotherspoon  &  Co.), 
house,  6  Rosslyn  terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Abercrombie,  Wm.  jun.  (of  Sutherland  &  Aber- 
crombie), residence,  Nether  park,  Calside,  Paisley. 

Abercrombie,  M.,  draper,  199  Main  st.  s.s.;  ho.  197  do. 

Abernaut  (The)  Ironworks  &  Collieries  Co.  ; 
agent,  Alex.  Murdoch,  2  Oswald  street. 

ABERNETHY,  Alex,  (of  P.  Abernethy  &  Son),  ho. 
54  St.  James'  street,  Hillhead. 

Abernethy,  Peter  (of  P.  Abernethy  &  Son),  ho.  54 
Dalmarnock  street,  Parkhead. 

Abernethy,  P.,  &  Son,  warehousemen  and  manu- 
facturers, 12,  14,  16,  and  20  Brunswick  street  and 
54  Dalmarnock  street,  Parkhead. 


ABRAMS,  A.  C.  (at  James  Macnab's,  106  West 
Nile  street),  house,  10  Church  street,  Partick. 

ABRAHAMS,  S.  L.,  &  Co.,  foreign  money  exchangers, 
and  bill  discounters,  52  Broomielaw ;  house,  320 
St.  Vincent  street. — See  Advt.  in  Appendix. 

Acaster  (The)  Patent  Rail  Joint  Co.,  Limited 
(Sheffield),  manufacturers  of  patent  rail  joints; 
agent,  Charles  Bell,  29  Waterloo  street. 

Accident  and  Casualty  Insurance  Association  (Nor- 
wich and  London),  Thomas  Carr,  agent,  166 
Buchanan  street. 

Accident  Insurance  Association  of  Scotland, 
128  St.  Vincent  street,  Hugh  Gibson,  res.  secy. 

Accident  Insurance  Co.  (Limited),  John  Mann,  C.A., 
agent,  154  St  Vincent  street. 

Accident  Insurance  Co.  (Limited),  W.  G.  &  J.  W. 
Lindsay,  agents,  30  George  Square. 

Accident  Insurance  Co.  (Limited),  Henry  Bruce, 
agent,  77  Renfield  street. 

Accident  Insurance  Co.  (Limited),  Reid  & 
Gait,  C.A.,  chief  agents,  217  West  George  street. — 
See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

Accident  Insurance  Office,  (established  1849),  131 
Hope  street. 

Accident  Insurance  Office,  W.  J.  Carswell,  C.A.,  141 
St  Vincent  street. 

Accident  Insurance  Association  of  Scotland  (Limited), 
John  Wight,  C.A.,  agent,  150  Hope  street. 

Accountants'  Hall,  106  West  Nile  street;  Geo. 
Adams,  hall  keeper. 

ACHNACH,  Wm.  (of  Campbell,  Achnach,  &  Co.), 
house,  93  South  Portland  street. 

ACKERMAN-Laurence  (established  1811),  cham- 
pagne shipper,  Saumur ;  agents,  D.  Macdougall, 
jun.,  &  Co.,  Faculty  Buildings,  62  St.  George's  pi. 

ACTON,  Aubrey,  chemist  and  druggist,  237  Main 
street,  Bridget  on;  house,  239  do. 

ADAIR,  James,  joiner  and  house  factor,  141  Hospi- 
tal street ;  house,  149  do. 

Adair,  Miss  Flora,  milliner,  190  Eglinton  street. 

ADAM,  Alex.,  cashier,  Carey,  Shawlands, 

Adam,  Alexander,  teacher,  Langside  Academy ;  re- 
sidence, Edgehill  house,  Langside. 

Adam,  Alexander,  commission  merchant,  51  West 
Regent  street ;  ho.  Callander  road,  Falkirk. 

Adam,  Andrew  (of  M'Gregor,  Adam,  &  Co.),  house, 
Redcraig,  Jamestown. 

Adam,  Archibald  M.  (of  Robert  Adam  &  Sod,  meat 
salesmen),  Meat  Market,  Moore  street;  house,  76 
Armadale  street,  Dennistoun. 


76 


ADAM. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. ADAMS. 


Adam,   Archibald  M.   (at   S.  A.   Liebert   &    Co.), 

house,  35  Berkeley  terrace. 
Adam,  Colin,  millinery  warehouse,  103  St.  Vincent 

st.;  house,  8  West  Princes  street. 
Adam,  David  (of  Post  Office),  ho.  52  Greenvale  st. 
Adam,  D.  O,  &  Co.,  boiler  makers  and  smiths,  23 

Mair  street,  Paisley  road. 
Adam,    E.    C,    &    Co.,    bonded    and    free  store- 
keepers,   28  West  Howard  street. 
Adam,  Francis,  commision  agent,  28  Airlie  terrace, 

Pollokshields. 
Adam,  George,  ornamental  smith  work,  Walker  st., 

Partick  ;  house,  69  Hyndland  st.,  Pollokshields. 
Adam,    George   (of  Murray   &    Adam),   house,  88 

Napiershall  street.  ■ 
Adam,  Henry,  fruit  merchant,  33,  34  Argyle  arcade  ; 

house,  4  Church  place. 
Adam,  Hugh,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  39,  41  Ren- 
field  st.  and  34  W.  George  lane ;  house,  92  South 

Portland  street. 
Adam,  Hugh  (of  Colin  M'Ewen  &  Co.,  57  Fox  st). ; 

house,  92  South  Portland  street. 
Adam,  James,  fruit  merchant,  58  St.  Enoch  square 

and  29,  31  Howard  st.;  house,  10  India  street. 
Adam,  James,  contractor,  Whiteinch ;  res.  B umbrae 

house,  Scotstown. 
Adam,  James,  architect,  agent  for  the  Royal  Fire  and 

Life  Insurance  Co.,  67  West  Nile  street. 
Adam,  James  (at  Edmiston  &  Mitchell's),  house,  435 

Sauchiehall  street. 
Adam,  James,  civil  engineer,  C.  &  S.  W.  Railway, 

St.  Enoch  Station ;  ho.,  4  Lendel  ter.,  Paisley  rd. 
Adam,  J.  Millen  (at  Clyde  Rivet  Works  Co.),  ho.  5 

Berlin  place,  Pollokshields. 
Adam,  James,  glazier,  glass  stainer,  and  lead  lattice 

worker,  124  Waterloo  street;  house,  101  Inglefield 

terrace,  Cathcart  road. 
Adam,  John  A.,   bank  agent   and   insurance  agent, 

Royal   Bank   of  Scotland,   Garscube  Cross,    335 

Garscube  road;  house,  223  Great  Western  road. 
Adam,  John  (of  Orme,  M'Nab,  &  Adam,  and  Green- 
field Bleaching  Co.),  Greenfield,  Mearns ;  house,  5 

Berlin  place,  Pollokshields. 
Adam,  John,  dairyman,  17  M'l'road  street,  Calton. 
Adam,  John,  6  Rutland  place,  Govan  road. 
Adam,    John,    mason    and    builder,    Myrtle    Park, 

Crosshill. 
Adam,  John,  27  Bute  terrace,  Strathbungo. 
Adam,    Rev.  John,  D.D.,  house,  3  Marchmont  ter- 
race, Victoria  Park,  Hillhead. 
Adam,  Joseph  T.,  iron  merchant  and  metal  broker, 

115  Buchanan  street;  house,   2  Albion  crescent, 

Dowanhill. 
Adam,  J.  K.,  factor,  544 St.  George's  rd.;  ho.  542  do. 
Adam,  Malcolm  (of  W.  Adam  &  Son),  ho.  Milnbank. 
Adam,    Robert,  fruiterer,  85  Stirling   road;    house, 

132  Rottenrow. 
Adam,  Robert  (of  King  &  Adam)  ;  house,  20  Dixon 

Avenue,  Govanhill. 
Adam,  Robert,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufacturer;  68 

Argyle  street  and  129  Eglinton  street ;  house,  99 

South  Portland  street. 
Adam,  Robert,  &  Son,  meat  salesmen,  meat  market, 

Moore  street. 
Adam  &  Small,  glass-stainers,  and  decorative  artists, 

193  Sauchiehall  street ;  studio  and  works,  201  St. 

Vincent,  street. 
Adam,  Stephen  (of  Adam  and  Small),  house,  256 

West  George  street. 


Adam,  Thomas,  accountant,  Clyde  Navigation,  16 
Robertson  st. ;  house,  Fyfe  place,  Shawlands. 

Adam,  Thomas,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  17,  19 
Surrey  street ;  house,  38  Bedford  street. 

Adam,  Thomas  S.  (of  E.  C.  Adam  &  Co.),  house,  12 
India  street. 

Adam,  Thomas,  &  Co.,  wholesale  hair  and  castor  oil 
merchants  and  grocers,  43  Bath  street. 

Adam,  Thomas,  house  factor  and  insurance  agent,  27 
Union  street ;  house,  Millburn,  Renfrew. 

Adam,  Thomas,  dispensing  chemist,  440  St.  Vin- 
cent street ;  house,  45  Dumbarton  road. 

Adam,  William,  &  Son,  bleachers  and  finishers, 
Milnbank.  Orders  to  be  left  at  Ferrier  &  Spiers', 
165  Ingram  street. 

Adam,  William  (of  Wm.  Adam  &  Son),  residence,  5 
Windsor  terrace,  west. 

Adam,  Wm.  (of  Sinclair  &  Adam),  122  and  124 
East  Milton  street. 

Adam,  Wm.,  butcher,  158  New  Dalmarnock  road. 

Adam,  Wm.  pastry  baker,  27  George  st. ;  ho.  23  do. 

Adam,  Wm.  Jas.  &  Co.,  india-rubber  and  gutta- 
percha merchants,  and  engineers' ironmongers,  196 
St.  Vincent  street. 

Adam,  Wm.  John,  physician,  16  West  Cumberland  st. 

Adam,  Wm.,  supt.  steward,  Henderson  Bros. ;  house, 
2  Caprera  place,  Paisley  road. 

Adam,  William,  pastry  baker,  138-J  Duke  street ; 
house,  23  George  street. 

Adam,  Wm.,  head  master,  Hampton  Court  Academy, 
147  St.  George's  road ;  ho.  Millbrae  ter.,  Langside. 

Adam,  Wm.  (at  Hally  &  Co.'s),  house,  4  Belmont 
terrace,  Hillhead. 

Adam,  Wm.,  fiesher,  60  Caledonia  road  ;  ho.  56  do. 

Adam  &  Wright,  smallware  and  hosiery  manufac- 
turers, button  and  shoe  factors,  101  Glassford  st. 

Adam,  Mrs.,  35  Berkeley  terrace. 

Adam,  Mrs.  John  Wm.,  14  West  Prince's  street. 

Adam,  Misses  M.  &  A.,  widows'  cap  makers,  38 
West  Campbell  street. 

ADAMS,  A.  &  E.,  furniture  dealers,  &c,  187  Mathie- 
son  street ;  house,  96  Rutherglen  road. 

Adams,  David,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  80  Stob- 
cross  street;  house,  5  Keir  terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Adams,  David,  &  Son,  wine  and  spirit  merchants,  33 
and  33§-  Pollok  st. ;  ho.  5  Keir  ter.,  Pollokshields. 

Adams,  Geo.,  hall  officer,  Institute  of  Accountants, 
106  West  Nile  street;  house,  126  Renfrew  street. 

Adams,  George  P.,  buildiDg  contractor,  Kirklee, 
Bellsaugh,  Kelvinside. 

Adams,  Gilbert,  patent  slipper  manufacturer,  24 
Stockwell  street ;  house,  29  Hospital  street. 

Adams  &  Hodge,  wine  merchants,  chief  agents  for 
Max  Greger  &  Co.,  and  for  Carlsberg  (Danish) 
beer,  Stock  Exchange  buildings,  63  St.  George's  pi. 

Adams,  James,  &  Co.,  timber  merchants,  Tradeston 
Saw-mills,  7  Scotland  street. 

Adams,  James  &  Wm.  Y.,  flax  and  jute  spinners 
and  manufacturers  of  linens  and  sackings,  Dal- 
marnock Flax  and  Jute  Works,  Bridgeton ;  office 
and  warehouse,  45  Mitchell  street. 

Adams,  James  (of  James  Adams  &  Co),  house,  9 
Royal  crescent,  W. 

Adams,  Jas.  Alex.,  M.B.C.M.,  F.F.P.S.G.,  surgeon, 

118  New  City  road;  house,  62  Cambridge  street. 

Adams,  James  M.  (of  Adams  &  Hodge),  house,  56 

West  Cumberland  street. 
Adams,  Jas.  M.  (at  Brown  &  Clark) ;  house,  Elbony 
place,  Milngavie. 


ADAMS.- 


-GENEEAL  DIEECTOEY. AIKEN. 


77 


Adams,  James,  M.D.,  F.F.P.S.E.,  surgeon,  62  Cam- 
bridge street. 
Adams,  John,  commission  merchant  and  agent,  corn 

merchant   and   factor,    flour    dealer   and   produce 

broker,  2  7  Wat erl  oo  st. ;  ho.  Brooklyn,  Pollokshields. 
Adams,  R.  J.  &  E.,  pianoforte  and  music  sellers,  83 

Buchanan  street. 
Adams,  E.  J.  (of  E.  J.  &  E.  Adams),  house,  42 

Buccleuch  street. 
Adams,  Eobert  (of  E.  J.  &  E.  Adams),  teacher  of 

music,   pianoforte,  harmonium,  cornopean,  violin, 

and  organist  of  Blythswood  Established  Church  ; 

house,  102  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
Adams,  Eobert,  dairyman,  4  Lumsden  street. 
Adams,   Thomas,  Manchester  patent  spring  safety 

valves ;  sole  agent  for  Scotland,  George  A.  Pattison, 

44  York  street. 
Adams,  Wm.  (of  A.  J.  Gandois),  house,  50  Eoslea 

drive,  Dennistoun. 
Adams,  Wm.,  wine  merchant  and  commission  agent, 

31  Bath  street;  house,  14  West-end  Park  street. 
Adams,  Wm.,  saddler,  209  Garscube  road;  house  18 

Claremont  street. 
Adams,  William  Y.  (of  J.  &  W.  Y.  Adams),  house, 

Beechwood,  Crossbill. 
Adams,    Wm.,  provision  merchant,  17  Breadalbane 

st.  and  252  Stobcross  st. ;  house,  7  Havelock  st. 
Adams,  Mrs.  James  Y.,  1  Whitehill  ter.,  Dennistoun. 
Adams,  Mrs.,  ladies' nurse,  10  Henderson  street. 
Adams,  Misses,  dress  &  mantle  makers,  45  Canning  st. 
Adams,  Miss,  38  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
ADAMSON,  A.  &  W.,  clothiers,  65  Jamaica  street. 
Adamson,  Andrew  (of  A.  &  W.  Adamson),  house,  4 

Houston  street. 
Adamson,  David,  &    Son,    billposters  and    general 

advertising  agents,  14  Broomielaw  street. 
Adamson,  D.  C.  (of  D.  Adamson  &  Son),  residence 

Brandon  villa,  Cambuslang. 
Adamson,  James,  officer  of  customs ;  ho.  116  Watt 

street,  Paisley  road. 
Adamson,  James  H.  (of  D.  Adamson  &  Sod),  ho.  17 

Yorkhill  street,  Overnewton. 
Adamson,  John,  330  St.  George's  road. 
Adamson,  Robert,  mason  and  builder,  16  Jamieson 

street,  Govanhill. 
Adamson,  William,  produce  broker,  43  N.  Albion  st. 
Adamson,  Wm.  M.,  surgeon  dentist,  consulting  rooms 

118  Eglinton  street. 
Adamson,  Mrs.  Wm.,  66  Hamilton  place,  Hillhead. 
ADDIE  &  Co.,  clothiers  and  outfitters,  141  Ingram 

street  and  107  Miller  street. 
Addie,  Gavin,  &  Son,  coalmasters,  16  St.  Enoch  sq. 
Addie,  Gavin  (of  Eobert  Addie  &  Sons),  address, 

Western  Club. 
Addie,  James  (of  Eobert  Addie  &  Sons),  residence, 

Wester  Moffat,  by  Airdrie. 
Addie,  James  (of  Inland  Eevenue,  St.  Andrew's  lane), 

house,  9  Abbotsford  place. 
Addie,  John  (of  Eobert  Addie  &  Sons),  residence, 

Vkw  Park,  Uddingston. 
Addie,  John,  of  G.P.O.,  house,  18   Jamieson   street, 

Govan  hill. 
Addie,  Peter  (of  Addie  &  Co.),  residence,  Greenbank 

House,  Partick. 
Addie,  Eobert,  &  Sons,  ironmasters,  144  St.  Vin.  st. 
Adelaide  place  Baptist  Church,  Eev.  Jas.  Paterson, 

D.D.,  and  Eev.  Jas  Culross,  M.A.,  D.D.,.  ministers. 
Adelphi  Biscuit  Factory,  16  and  18  Adelphi  terrace ; 

branch,  28  Clyde  place. 


Adelphi  Distillery,  4  Muirhead  street. 

Aden  &  Glasgow  Steam  Packet  Office ;  Henderson, 

Bros.,  agents,  47  Union  street. 
ADRIAN,  J.  &  E.,  grocers,  16  Reid  st.,  Bridgeton. 
Adriatic  and  Glasgow  Steam  Packet  Office,  47 

Union  street ;  Henderson  Brothers,  agents. 
Adriatic  Steam  Packet  Office ;  Burrell  &  Son,  141 

Buchanan  street. 
ADSHEAD,    N.,    stationer,    account-hook    maker, 

paper-ruler,    and    bookbinder,   11    Union    street; 

workshop,    Union    court;    house,    Aytoun    road, 

Pollokshields. 
Adviser,  The  Monthly,  League  Office,  108  Hope  st. 
Aerated  Water  Manufactory,  49,  51,  55  Pitt  st. 
Affidavit  Office  for  English  and  Irish  affidavits; 

J.  Muirhead,  writer,  30  Gordon  street. 
Affidavit  Office  for  Supreme  Court  of  Judicature  in 

England,  W.  E.   Buchan,  227  West  George  st. ; 

M'Clure,  Naistnith,   Brodie,  &  M'Farlane,  87  St. 

Vincent  street;  Daniel  Paul,  91  Buchanan  street, 

agents. 
Affidavit  Office  for  English  and  Irish  Courts,  Chan- 
cery, Probate,  and  Bankruptcy  Courts;     Daniel 

Paul,  commissioner,  91  Buchanan  street. 
AFFLECK,  James,   C.A.  (of  Bird  &  Affleck),  resi- 
dence, Crookston  hall,  Govan. 
Affleck,  John,    assistant   manager,    Union   Bank  of 

Scotland ;  residence,  Crookston  hall,  Govan. 
AGAE,  John  (at  the  Dacca  Twist   Co.,  22   South 

Frederick  st),  house,  30  Burnbank  gardens. 
Agar,   Thomas   F.,  commission  merchant,  101  St. 

Vincent  street ;  house,  30  Burnbank  gardens. 
Agency    for  Patents,  Designs,   and   Trade 

Marks,  J.  H.  Johnson  &  Day,  115  St.  Vincent 

st. — See  Adv.  'in  Ap. 
Agency  for  Patents  and  Designs,  E.  Hunt,  87  St. 

Vincent  Street. 
AGG,  John,  39  Sardinia  terrace,  Hillhead. 
AGNEW,  Andrew,  teacher  of  music,  bandmaster  of 

Queen's  Own  Yeomanry  and  Glasgow  Highlanders, 

58  Hope  street. 
Agnew,  David,  M.D.,  15  St.  James'  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Agnew,  George,  Scottish  Telegraph  Construction  & 

Maintenance  Co.,  North  Area,  Eoyal  Exchange ; 

house,  12  Killermont  street. 
Agnew,  James  (at  M'Eachran,  Loudon,  &  Co.'s),  ho. 

14  Gardner  street,  West. 
Agnew,  James,  late  captain  39th  Infantry ;  house, 

61  Mains  street. 
Agnew,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  372  Argyle  street ; 

house,  3  Radnor  terrace. 
Agnew,  Joseph,  surgeon  dentist,  47  Bath  st. ;  house, 

2  Queen  Mary  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Agnew,  Robert  H.,  brush,  haircloth,  and  curled  hair 

merchant;  also,  general  timber  merchant,  &c,  51 

Brown  st.  ;  house,  80  Great  Western  rood. 
Agnew,  William,  missionary,  493  New  City  road. 
AIKEN,  Barton  (of  Kipperoch),  18  Monteith  row. 
Aiken,  Barton  &  Wm.,  wine  and  spirit  merchants, 

18  Grseme  street,  216  High  street,  and  134  King 

street,  city. 
Aiken,  James,  of  Dalmoak,  writer  (of  Burns,  Aiken, 

&  Co.),  residence,  Dalmoak,  by  Dumbarton. 
Aiken,  John  B.,  writer  (of  Burns,  Aiken,  &  Co.),  resid. 

Dalmoak,  by  Dumbarton. 
Aiken,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  9  Stob- 
cross street ;  house,  6  Monteith  row. 
Aiken,  William,  accountant,  Eoyal  Bank  of  Scotland, 

44  Canning  street ;  house,  8  Scotia  street. 


78 


AIKMAN.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. AITKEN. 


AIRMAN,  C.  B.,  writer  and  notary  public,  208 
West  George  St.  ;  ho.  1  Melrose  St.,  Queen's  cres., 
and  Woodleigh,  Cove. 

Aikman  &  Glen,  chartered  accountants,  101  St. 
Vincent  street. 

Aikman,  Rev.  J.  Logan,  D.D.,  Anderston  U.P.  Church; 
house,  8  Sandyford  place. 

Aikman,  Patrick  H.,  C.A.  (of  Aikman  &  Glen), 
house,  8  Sandyford  place. 

Aikman,  Robert  S.,  writer  and  N.P.,  secretary  to  City 
of  Glasgow  Bank  Relief  Fund,  7  Royal  Bank  pi. ; 
house,  5  West  Garden  street,  Burnbank. 

Aikman,  Thomson,  &  Co.,  ship  and  produce  brokers 
and  commission  merchants,  5  Prince's  square. 

Aikman,  Thomson  (of  Thomson  Aikman  &  Co.), 
residence,  Middlefield,  Partick  hill. 

Aikman,  Thomson,  jun.  (of  Thomson  Aikman  &  Co.), 
residence,  Middlefield,  Partick  hill. 

Aikman,  William,  gas  inspector,  315  Argyle   street. 

Aikman,  Wm.  M.,  clerk,  Night  Asylum,  71  North 
Frederick  street;  house,  73  do. 

Aikman,  Misses  C.  and  E.,  dressmakers  and  machin- 
ists, 182  Trongate;  house,  55  Caledonia  road. 

AIM,  James  B.  (of  J.  &  J.  Aim,  Port  Eglinton  paint 
mills),  house,  Rockhill,  Hunter's  Quay. 

Aim,  J.  &  J.,  paint  and  varnish  manufacturers 
and  oil  merchants,  Crawford  st.,  Port  Eglinton. 

Aim,  William  L.  (of  W.  L.  Aim  &  Co.),  house, 
Blythswood,  Maxwell  road,  Pollokshields. 

Aim,  W.  L.,  &  Co.,  paint,  varnish,  and  cement  manu- 
facturers, 91  West  Campbell  st.  and  Both  well  lane. 

AIMERS,  Mrs.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  232  Cumber- 
land street. 

Air  Burning  Co.  (Limited),  proprietors  of  patent 
process  for  heating  buildings,  calenders,  flat  irons, 
&c,  14  Richmond  street. — See  Adver.  in  Appen. 

AIRD,  Adam  A.,  67  Waterloo  street. 

Aird,   Andrew  (of  Aird  &  Coghill,  printers),  house, 

8  South  Apsley  place. 

Aird  &  Coghill,  letterpress  and  lithographic 
printers,  stationers,  &c,  Madeira  buildings,  263 
Argyle  st. 

Aird,  Hugh,  marine  insurance  broker,  agent  for  the 
British  and  Foreign  Marine  Insurance  Co. 
(Limited)  of  Liverpool,  Royal  Exchange  build- 
ings ;  residence,  Barnfauld,  Neilston. 

Aird,  James  L.  (of  Aird  &  Thomson),  house,  14 
Royal  crescent,  Crossbill. 

Aird,  James,  machinery  agent  and  mill  furnisher, 

9  West  street,  Calton ;  house,  46  South  Wellington 
street. — See  Adv.  in  Ap. 

Aird,  John  A.  (at  A.  &  S.  Henry  &  Co.),  house,  4 

Rosebury  ten-ace,  Pollokshields. 
Aird,   John,    spirit    merchant,    130a    East  Milton 

street. 
Aird  &  Thomson,   goldsmiths,  silversmiths,  jewellers, 

watch,    clock,    and    chronometer    makers,     139 

Buchanan  st. 
Aird,    Miss,   hosier,  draper,    and    dressmaker,   205 

Waddell  street ;  ho.  46  South  Wellington  street. 
AIRLIE,    James,    secretary,    Glasgow    Abstainers' 

Union,  and  Kilmun  Sea  Side  Home,  58  Renfield 

st. ;  house,  329  Sauchiehall  st. 
AIRSTON,  Mrs.  D.  C.  Hunter,  of  Broomrigg,  4  Jane 

street,  Blythswood  square,  and  Woodside,  Strone. 
AIRTH,  John,  surveyor  of  taxes,  13  Queen  street; 

house,  12  Hamilton  drive,  Hillhead. 
AITCHISON,  Archibald  (of  Niven  &  Pratt),  house, 

45  George  square,  Edinburgh. 


Aitchison,  Hugh,  dairy  and  provisions,  302  Cath- 

cart  road. 
Aitchison,    James,    watchmaker    (at    Muirhead    & 

Arthur's),  house,  10  Iona  Place,   Mount  Florida. 
Aitchison,  John,  &  Co.,  brewers,  Edinburgh;  John 

M'Dougall,    agent,  68  Oswald  street. 
Aitchison,  Laurence,  goldsmith,  jeweller,  and  watch- 
maker, 48  Argyle  arcade ;  house,  32  Buccleuch  st. 
AITKEN,    Adam,    accountant,    Blythswood    Estate 

Office,  150  West  Regent  street  ;  house,  Fernhill, 

Nithsdale  road,  Pollokshields. 
Aitken,    Adam,    &  Son,  clothiers   and   drapers,  21 

Moir  street,  off  London  street. 
Aitken,  Alexander,  Herald  Office;  ho.  26  Parkview 

ten-ace,  Smith  street,  Hillhead. 
Aitken,  Alexander,  traveller  (at  James  Storer  &  Co.'s., 

Barrowfield  Colour  Works,  Bridgeton),  house,  378 

Great  Western  road. 
Aitken,  Charles    K.,   stock  and    share    broker,   41 

St.  VinceDt  place  (member  of  the  Glasgow  Stock 

Exchange),  res.  Lillyburn,  Milton  of  Campsie. 
Aitken  &  Co.,  warehousemen,  26  Glassford  street. 
Aitken,  David,  collector  to  the  Trustees  of  the  Clyde 

Navigation,  14  Robertson  street ;  ho.  Clyde  villa, 

Govan  road. 
Aitken,  D.  &  Co.,   grocers,  433  Garscube  road;  ho. 

4  Camperdown  street. 
Aitken   &   Fairie,    lithographers,   draughtsmen,  en- 
gravers, and  embossers,  116  St.  Vincent  street. 
Aitken,  George  (of  James  Muirhead  &   Co.),  house, 

7  Fir  Park  terrace,  Dennistoun. 
Aitken,  Henry,  writer  (member  of  Faculty  of  Pro- 
curators), 150  St.  Vincent  st. ;  ho.  4  Hillhead  gar. 
Aitken,  Hugh  (of  A.  M'Gilchrist  &  Co.),  house,  20 

Gladstone  street. 
Aitken,  James,  tea  merchant,   117  Houston  street; 

house,  276  Paisley  road. 
Aitken,  James,    merchant,    184    Buchanan    street ; 

hoase,  5  Windsor  terrace,  St.  George's  road. 
Aitken,  James,  2  Claremont  terrace. 
Aitken,   James,    wine    and    spirit    merchant,    284 

Dalmarnock  road  ;  house,  16  Mordaunt  street. 
Aitken,  James,  &  Co.,  The  Brewery,  Falkirk ;  Chas. 

Scoullar  &  Son,  agents,  11  Dundas  street. 
Aitken,  James,   writer  and   notary  public,    92    St. 

Vincent  street ;  house,  9  Paxton  terrace,  Crossbill. 
Aitken,   James   (of  Aitken,    Lilburn,  &  Co.),    res. 

Brownhill,  Helensburgh. 
Aitken,  James,  provision  merchant,  141  Main  street, 

Anderston  ;  house,  5  Pembroke  street. 
Aitken,  James  Alfred,  artist,  271  Sauchiehall  street. 
Aitken,  James,  jr.  (of  Aitken  &  Mansel),  house,  2 

Claremont  terrace. 
Aitken,  James    (of   Aitken  &  Waddell),  residence, 

Mansefield  house,  Busby. 
Aitken,  James,  private  detective,  132  West  Nile  st. , 

street ;  house,  99  Main  st.  s.s. 
Aitken,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,   98  East 

John  st. ;  house,  184  Slatefield  street. 
Aitken,  James,  broker,  73  Carrick  street. 
Aitken,  James,  slater,  97  Cathedral  Street;  house, 

110  North  Frederick  street. 
Aitken,  James  (of  Aitken  &  Co.),  house,  259  Ren- 
frew street. 
Aitken,  John  B.,  33  Gt.  Hamilton  st.;  house,  49 

Kent  street. 
Aitken,  John,  grocer,  343  Dumbarton  road,  Partick  ; 

house,  3  Hamilton  street  do. 
Aitken,  John  (at  G.  &  J.  Burns),  ho.  26  Minerva  st. 


AITKEN.. 


-GENEEAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-ALBION. 


79 


Aitken,  John,  stationer,  ^bookseller,  &c,  288a  Lon- 
don road. 
Aitken,  John,  110  Cambridge  street. 
Aitken,  John  (of  Glass  &  Aitken),  ho.  290  Duke  st. 
Aitken,  John,  cashier  (Great  Canal  Brewery),  house, 

314  Renfrew  street. 
AitkeD,  John,    officer,   Corn  Exchange;  house,  87 

Belgrave  street. 
Aitken,  John,  spirit  dealer,  82  Rutherglen  rd. ;  ho.  88. 
Aitken,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  378  Gal- 

lowgate  ;  house,  353  do. 
Aitken,   John,  merchant  and  commission  agent,  79 

West  Regent  street ;  house,  194  Renfrew  street. 
Aitken,  John,  green-grocer,  84  Cornwall  street. 
Aitken,  John,  Commercial  Temperance  Hotel,   114 

Argyle  street. 
Aitken,   Lilburn,   &  Co.,  ship  brokers    and  marine 

insurance  brokers  (agents  for  P.  H.  Muntz  &  Co.'s 

patent  yellow  metal  sheathing,  &c),  and  managing 

owners  of  the   Glasgow  Shipping   Company  and 

General  Shipping  Company,  80  Buchanan  street. 
Aitken  &  Mansel,  Whiteineh  Shipbuilding  Yard  and 

Kelvinhaugh  Slip  Dock. 
Aitken,    Matthew,    boot    manufacturer,    51    South 

Albion  street. 
Aitken,  Michael  (of  M'Pherson  &  Aitken),  house, 

344  St.  Vincent  street. 
Aitken,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  4  Hillhead  Gardens,  Hillhead. 
Aitken,  Mrs  Wm,,  furnishings,  54  Gloucester  street. 
Aitken,  Peter,  patentee  and  gas  engineer,  152  Both- 
well  street. 
Aitken,  R.  Easton,  C.A.  (of  Mackenzie  &  Aitken), 

house,  5  Somerset  place. 
Aitken,  R.   C,  &  Co.,  manufacturers,  Dalmarnock 

Road  Pactory,  Bridgeton. 
Aitken,  Robert,   68   St.   Vincent  street ;   residence, 

Moorburn,  Largs. 
Aitken,  Robert  (at  Irving  Bros.),  ho.  41  MAslen  st. 
Aitken,  Robert,  yarn  agent,  69  Wilson  street;  house, 

18  Glasgow  street,  Hillhead. 
Aitken,  R.  Cross  (of  R.  C.  Aitken  &  Co.),  house,  2 

Claremont  terrace. 
Aitken,  Robt.  Thomson  (of  Aitken  &  Fairie),  house, 

2  Woodlands  terrace. 
Aitken,    Samuel,    •wine    and    spirit   merchant,   262 

North  Woodside  road;  house,  272  do. 
Aitken,  Sawers  (at  George  Grant  &  Sons'),  house,  18 

Craigpark,  Dennistoun. 
Aitken,  Thomas  A.,  secretary  and  general  manager, 

Uphall  Oil  Co.  (Limited);  house,  44  Granby  ter., 

Hillhead. 
Aitken,  Thomas  M.  (of  W.  &  A.  M'Onie),  Netherlea, 

Matilda  road,  Pollokshields. 
Aitken,  Thomas,  provision  merchant,  55  Abington  st. 
Aitken,  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  25    Rodney    street; 

house,  1  Hamilton  hill. 
Aitken,  Thomas  (of  Gilmour  &  Aitken),  residence, 

Castramont,  Pollokshields. 
Aitken,  Thomas  M.  (of  Aitken  &  Co.),  house,  259 

Renfrew  street. 
Aitken,  Thomas  (at  W.  Dalrymple  &  Co.'s),  ho.  193 

West  Princes  street. 
Aitken  &  Waddell,  commission  merchants,  17  Oswald 

street ;  stores,  64  York  st. 
Aitken,  William  (at  J.  &  A.  Scott  &  Co.'s),  house, 

486  St  Vincent  street. 
Aitken,  William  (of  Aitken,  Wilson,  &  Co.),  house, 

28  Wilton  street. 
Aitken,  William,  gas  inspector,  66  Caledonia  road. 


Aitken,  William,  brickmaker  and  builder,  Roseknowe, 

Hangingshaw  ;  house,  41  Calder  street,  Govanhill. 
Aitken,  William,  brassfounder  and  gasStter,  24  Ren- 
frew street ;  house,  3  Killermont  street. 
Aitken,  William,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  44 

Findlay  street ;  house,  3  Buccleuch  street. 
Aitken,   William,  merchant  and   commission  agent, 

27  Oswald  street. 
Aitken,  Wm.,  commission  agent,  6  Chatham  place. 
Aitken,  William  Y.,  commission  agent,  33  Virginia 

st. ;  house,  Thorncliffe,  Albert  rd.,  Pollokshields. 
Aitken,  William  M.,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  81 

North  street ;  house,  24  Claremont  street. 
Aitken,   William   K.    (L.  &   N.  W.  Ry.  Co.),    33 

Gordon  street ;  house,  4  India  street,  Partickhill. 
Aitken,  Rev.  W.  F.,  M.A.,  clergyman,  35  Elmbank  pi. 
Aitken,  Wilson,  &  Co.,  power-loom  cloth  manufac- 
turers, 9  Mathieson  road. 
Aitken,   Mrs.  Edward,  tea  and  confectionery  ware- 
house, 239  Great  Western  road;  ho.  32  Kelvin  dr. 
Aitken,  Mrs.  Eliz.,  4  Hillhead  Gardens,  Hillhead. 
Aitken,  Mrs.  Hugh,  17  Whitevale  street. 
Aitken,  Mrs.,  lodgings,  114  Blythswood  terrace. 
Aitken,  Mrs.  Wm.,  furnishings,  54  Gloucester  st. 
Aitken,  Jane,  grocer,  18  Margaret  street. 
Aitken,  Janet,  spirit  dealer,  30  Forth  st.;  ho.  24  do. 
AITKENHEAD,  Alex.,  grain  storekeeper,  87  &  89 

Lancefield  street ;  house,  134  Stobcross  street. 
Aitkenhead,   David,  storekeeper,  123  Holm  street; 

house,  40  Shamrock  street. 
Aitkenhead,.  George,  general  storekeeper,  90  Warroch 

street;  house,  238  Berkeley  street. 
Aitkenhead,  George,  glass  and  china  merchant,  260 

Dumbarton  road;  ho.  238  Berkeley  street. 
Aitkenhead,    John,    grocer    and    house    factor,    53 

Stevenson  street,  Calton  ;  house,  3  Bell  street,  do. 
Aitkenhead,    R.    A.,    bookseller   and    stationer,    10 

London  road. 
AITON,  Alex.  H.,  writer  (of  Downie  &  Aiton),  house, 

Home  villa,  Cathcart. 
Aiton,  Mrs.    Hugh,  wine    and    spirit  merchant,  29 

Hope  street;  house,  27  do. 
AKR0YD,    Jas.,    &  Son   (Limited),    spinners    and 

manufacturers,  Halifax;  Thos.  B.  Crossley,  agent, 

11  Miller  street. 
Albany    Academy,  44   Cumberland    street,    west ; 

James  N.  M'Raith,  head  master;  house,  4  Queen's 

square,  Strathbungo. 
Albany  Bowling   Green,  entry  by  Chatham  place  or 

Provan  place,  off  Montrose  street. 
Albert  Club  (Limited),  16  Ingram  street. 
Albert   Garden   Association,    260    Caledonia   road; 

George  D.  Miller,  secretary. 
Albert  Hall,  285  Bath  street. 
Albert  Iron  Company,  Hunter  &  Black,  bolt,  nut, 

rivet,  and    screw    manufacturers,  Albert   Works, 

Whifflet,  Coatbridge. 
Albert  Works.     J.  &  A.  M'Farlane,  mangle,  wringer, 

washing  machine,  and  domestic  wood-ware  manu- 
facturer, 33  Houldsworth  street,  Cranstonhill. 
Albert  Street  U.  P.   Church,  Rev.  Alex.  Brunton; 

Andrew  M'Nair,  church  officer,  48  St  James'  road. 
ALBIN,   Thomas,   hairdresser,  perfumer,   and   bath 

proprietor,  188  Blackburn  street;  house,  190. 
Albion  Albumenizing  Co.,  photographic  dealers,  90 

West  Regent  street. 
Albion  Crescent    School  for   Young  Ladies,  F.  A. 

Laing,  principal,  10,  11  Albion  Cres.,  Dowanhill; 

house,  1  Sardinia  ter. 


80 


ALBION.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. ALEXANDER. 


Albion  Halls,  29  College  street,  City. 

Albion  Machine  Works,  G.  &  A.  Harvey,  40  and  42 
M'Neill  street. 

Albion  Shipping  Company  (Limited),  passenger  line  to 
New  Zealand,  15  St.  Vincent  place ;  P.  Henderson 
and  Co.,  agents. 

ALCHIN,  A.  H.,  engineer,  surveyor  to  Lloyd's  Regi- 
ster of  British  and  Foreign  Shipg.,  36  Oswald  st. 

ALCORN,  John,  hatter,  75  E.  Howard  st. ;  house, 
287  Eglinton  street. 

ALEXANDER,  Alexander  (of  Alexander  &  Steel), 
res.  Woodrow  villa,  Cambuslang. 

Alexander,  Alexander,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  40 
Watt  street,  Paisley  road. 

Alexander,  Alexander,  flesher,  209  London  road. 

Alexander,  Alex.,  scourer,  washer,  and  dresser,  31  to 
35  Gladstone  street ;  house,  33  do. 

Alexander,  Alex,  (at  M.  C.  Thomson's),  ho.  11  Ibroxpl. 

Alexander,  A.,  clothier,  20  Union  st. ;  house,  103 
Watt  street,  s.s. 

Alexander  Brothers,  artists  and  photographers,  88 
Eenfield  street. 

Alexander  Brothers,  stay  and  corset  manufacturers,  21 
West  st.,  Calton. 

Alexander  &  Co.,  corn  merchants,  39  Hope  street. 

Alexander,  David  T.,  writer,  179  W.  George  street ; 
house,  15  Queen's  crescent. 

Alexander,  D.,  cabinetmaker,  31  and  33  Main  street, 
Bridgeton  ;  house,  9  Silvergrove  street. 

Alexander,  D.  M.,  writer,  117  Wellington  street; 
ho.  11  Southview  terrace,  Dennistoun. 

Alexander,  Edward,  &  Sons,  merchants  and  agents, 
43  Campbell  street,  west;  warehouse,  49  Wel- 
lington lane. 

Alexander,  Edward  (of  Edward  Alexander  &  Sons), 
house,  13  Clairmont  gardens,  W. 

Alexander,  E.  Lennox,  &  Co.,  shipowners,  39  West 
Campbell  street. 

Alexander,  E.  Lennox  (of  E.  Lennox  Alexander 
&  Co.),  ho.  13    Clairmont  gardens,  W. 

Alexander,  E.  Lennox,  Bolivian  Consul,  39  West 
Campbell  street. 

Alexander,  Edward  G.  (at  John  C.  Wilson  &  Co.'s), 
house,  Dowanhill  gardens. 

Alexander,  Fergusson,  &  Co.,  metal  merchants, 
sheet  lead,  lead  pipe,  white  lead,  red  lead,  litharge, 
paint,  colour,  and  varnish  manufacturers,  oil  mer- 
chants and  refiners ;  lead  works  and  counting 
house,  36  to  48  M'Alpine  street ;  white  lead,  red 
lead,  litharge,  paint,  colour,  and  varnish  works, 
Ruchill  wharf,  Forth  and  Clyde  Canal,  near  Mary- 
hill. 

Alexander,  George,  (of  John  C.  Wilson  &  Co.),  house, 
Dowanhill  gardens. 

Alexander,  George,  &  Co.,  ironfounders,  Mountblue 
Foundry,  Camlachie. 

Alexander,  George  R.,  grocer,  St.  James'  cross,  205 
Stirling  road  ;  house,  203  do. 

Alexander,  George  Russell,  42  Sardinia  terrace, 
Hillhead. 

Alexander,  George  R.,  grocer  and  provision  merchant, 
231  Garscube  road;  ho.  203  Stirling  road. 

Alexander,  Henry  (of  Alexander,  Fergusson,  &  Co.), 
house,  5  Berkeley  ter.  and  Woodside  lodge,  Gove. 

Alexander  &  Howell,  art  house  furnishers,  108  &  116 
St.  Vincent  street ;  works,  23  Fitzroy  lane. 

Alexander,  H.  J.  E.  (of  Alexander,  Fergusson,  and 
Co.'s),  house,  21  Berkeley  terrace,  and  Woodside 
lodge,  Cove. 


Alexander,  James,  writer  (of  Alexander  &  Taylor), 

house,  230  West  Regent  street. 
Alexander,  James,   draper,  24  and  26   Kent  street; 

house,  4  East  Russell  street. 
Alexander,  James,   jun.,  yarn   merchant  and  com- 
mission agent,  26  Renfield  st.;  ho.  12  Lawrence 

place,  Partick. 
Alexander,  James  (at  Campbell  &  Henry's),  house,  28 

Wilton  street. 
Alexander,  James  (of  M'Haffie  &  Alexander),  house, 

7  Rupert  street. 
Alexander,  James,  provision  merchant,  38  Little  st., 

Calton  ;  house,  468  Gallowgate. 
Alexander,  James,  house  factor  and  insurance  agent, 

585  Duke  street ;  house,  6  Armadale  street. 
Alexander,  James  Walter  (of  W.  F.  Burnley  &  Co.), 

house,  3  Fitzroy  place. 
Alexander,  James,  gas  collector,  42  Virginia  street ; 

house,  113  Greenhead  street. 
Alexander,  Jas.   (at  M.    C.  Thomson's),   67    Great 

Clyde  street;  house,  617  Duke  street. 
Alexander,  James,  jun.,  writer  (of  Mackenzie,  Gard- 
ner, &  Alexander,  153  St.  Vincent  street),  house, 

7  Great  Kelvin  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Alexander,  James,  English  master,  91  Kent  road ; 

house,  346  St.  George's  road. 
Alexander,  James  (of  James  Henderson  &  Co.,  coach 

builders,   60,  62,  and   64  North  street),   house, 

345  Bath  street. 

Alexander,  J.  N.,  pianoforte  tuner,  3  Holmhead  st. 
Alexander,  James,  produce  commission  merchant,  27 

Hutcheson  street ;  house,  6  Royal  terrace. 
Alexander,  Jas.  (of  Jamieson  &  Co.,  oil  merchants), 

residence,  Rachan  House,  Helensburgh. 
Alexander,   James,   jun.   (Jamieson  &  Co.,  oil  re- 
finers), residence,  Rachan  House,  Helensburgh. 
Alexander,  James,   hosier  and  draper,  11  Morrison 

street ;  house,  9  do. 
Alexander,  J.  Finlay  (Dobie  &  Co.,   shipbuilders), 

house,  13  Clairmont  gardens,  W. 
Alexander,  James  (of  Alexander  &  Scott),  house,  6 

Crown  place,  Langside  road,  Crosshill. 
Alexander,  John,    M.D.,    medical     superintendent 

Western  Infirmary. 
Alexander,  John,  merchant,  68  West  Regent  street ; 

residence,  Menstrie  bank,  Dowanhill  gardens. 
Alexander,  John,  Peruvian  consul,  68  West  Regent 

st.;  residence,   Menstrie  bank,  Dowanhill  gardens. 
Alexander,  John,  &  Co.,  manufacturers  of  non-con- 
ducting  cement   for   covering   steam   boilers  and 

pipes,  462  Dobbie's  loan,  Port  Dundas. 
Alexander,  John  (of  John  Alexander  &  Co.),  house, 

177  West  Regent  street. 
Alexander,  John,  6  Cathedral  street. 
Alexander,  John,  merchant,  25  Elmbank  place. 
Alexander,  John  (of  Pringle  &  Alexander),  house, 

Braeside,  Cambuslang. 
Alexander,  John,  hair  dresser,  12  Sauchiehall  street ; 

house,  18  Findlay  street. 
Alexander,  John  F.,  metal  broker,  128  Hope  street ; 

house,  23  India  street. 
Alexander,  John,  manufacturer,  4  Derby  street,  W. 
Alexander,  John,  boot   and  shoe  shop,  228  Castle 

st.;  ho   117  Golfhill  ter.,  Firpark  st.,  Dennistoun. 
Alexander,  John  Jas.,  broker,  25  Elmbank  pL 
Alexander  &  Laing,  wrights,  25  Thistle  st.  south. 
Alexander,    Peter,   M.A.,    teacher   of    mathematics 

and  natural  philosophy,  &c,  91  Kent  road ;  ho. 

346  St.  George's  road. 


ALEXANDER. GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-ALLAN. 


Alexander,  R.  F.  &  J.,  &  Co.,  cotton-spinning  and 

thread  works,  100    Duke  street,  and  Crofthead, 

Neilston. 
Alexander,     Robert,     hair-dresser,     44     Catherine 

street,  Anderston  ;  house,  46  do. 
Alexander,  Robert,  cabinet  maker  and  upholsterer, 

106  Great  Western  rd. ;  ho.  12  Scotia  st. 
Alexander,  Robert,  8  William  street,  Bullhead. 
Alexander,   R.   F.  (Jamieson  &   Co.,   oil   refiners), 

house,  Anerley,  Partick  hill. 
Alexander,  Robert,  &   Co.,  commission   merchants, 

45  Montrose  street. 
Alexander,    R.   L.,   Bank  of  Scotland;    residence, 

Roseneath  Villa,  Douglas  Gardens,  Uddingston. 
Alexander  &  Scott,  shirt  manufacturers,  38  Queen  st. 
Alexander,    Son,  &    Drysdale,  sewed  musliu  ware- 
housemen and  manufacturers,  128  Renfield  street, 

and  21  Watling  st.,  London,  E.C. 
Alexander    &    Steel,    ham    curers    and   provision 

merchants,  Campbell  arcade,  74  Trongate. 
Alexander  &  Taylor,  writers,  194  West  George  st. 
Alexander,  Thomas   (of    Thomson   &   Alexander), 

house,  8  Sardinia  terrace. 
Alexander,    Thomas,    grocer  and  milk    dealer,    22 

Waterloo  street,  Mile-end. 
Alexander,  Thomas,  wright,  25  Thistle  street ;  house, 

66  South  Portland  street. 
Alexander,    Thomas    M'L.  (secretary   St  Andrews' 

Parish  Sabbath  School  Society),  70  South  Port- 
land street;  house,  66  do. 
Alexander,  T.,  agent,  11  West  Nile  street. 
Alexander,  Walter  M.  (E.  Lennox,  Alexander  &  Co.); 

house,  13  Clairmont  Gardens,  W. 
Alexander,  Walter,  4  Burnbank  gardens. 
Alexander,  William  (of  William  Alexander  &■  Son), 

residence,  Clarkfield,  Laurelbank,  Partick. 
Alexander,  William,  government  inspector  of  mines, 

23  India  street. 
Alexander,    William,    teacher,  533   Dobbie's  loan ; 

house,  19  Windsor  street. 
Alexander,     William,    wine    merchant,     106    West 

Regent  street. 
Alexander,    William,    &   Son,   diamond   merchants, 

goldsmiths,   silversmiths,  jewellers,   electroplaters, 

watch   and   clock  makers,    109  Buchanan   street 

and  3  Gordon  street. 
Alexander,   William  (at  Gourock  Ropework  Co.,  11 

West  street,  s.s.),  house,  83  St.  Andrew's  road. 
Alexander,  Wm.,  draper,  544  Gallowgate  ;  ho.  546  do. 
Alexander,  William,  19  Great  Western  road. 
Alexander,    Wm.  (of   Alexander  &    Howell),  resi- 
dence, Hazelhurst,  Lenzie. 
Alexander,  William,  chemist  and  druggist,   20  and 

22  Paterson  street,  s.s. 
Alexander,  William,  commercial  traveller,  6  Craig- 

nestock  place. 
Alexander,  William  J.  (at  Alexander  &  Taylor's), 

house,  4  Derby  street  w. 
Alexander,  Wm.,  8  William  street,  Greenhead. 
Alexander,  Wm.,  brick-builder,  102  Bellgrove  street. 
Alexander,  Wm.,  draper  and  hardware  merchant, 

82  Cathcart  road ;  house,  88  do. 
Alexander,  Wm.,  plasterer,  62  West  Graham  street ; 

house,  81  Hopehill  road. 
Alexander,  Wm.,  &  Co,  block  and  steering  wheel 

manufacturers,  Helen  street,   Govan ;   house,    4 

Cecil  street,  Paisley  road. 
Alexander,  Mrs.  David,  fruiterer,  13  Great  Western 

road  ;  house,  11  do. 


Alexander,  Mrs.,  42  Carnarvon  st 

Alexander,  Mrs.,  154  Buccleuch  street. 

Alexander,  Mrs.,  draper,  75  Struau  terrace;  house, 

2  Albert  drive. 
Alexander,  H.,  milliner  and  dressmaker,  132  West 

Graham  street. 
Alexandra  Cafe,  91  Buchanan  street. 
Alexandra  Hotel,  148  Bath  street. 
Alexandretta  and  Glasgow  Steam-Packet  Office, 

Henderson  Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 
Alexandria  (Egypt)  Steam  Packets,  30  Jamaica  st. 
Alexandria  and  Glasgow   Steam-Packet   Office,  47 

Union  Street ;  Henderson  Brothers,  agents. 
ALGER,  Jos.  Bailey,  Wesleyan  minister,  Raglan  st. 

Wesleyan  Church;  house,  46  Hill  st.,  Garnethl. 
ALGIE,  Alex.,  fruiterer  and  confectioner,  40  Kirk 

street,  Calton. 
Algie,  James,  grocer  and  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

163    Cumberland    street,   south,    and    149    Rose 

street,  south ;  house,  Cherrybank  Cottage,  Cam- 

buslang. 
Algie,  John,  spirit  merchant,  45,  47  Oxford  street ; 

house,  3  South  Apsley  place. 
Algie,  Matthew,  &  Co.,  tea  merchants,  24  Ann  st. 
Algie,  Matthew  (of  M.  Algie  &  Co.),  house,  Nor- 
wood, Langside. 
Algie,  Mrs.  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  246 

Paisley  road  ;  house,  248  do. 
Algie  &  Brownlie,  dressmakers,  32  Dumbarton  rd. 
Algiers  and  Glasgow  Steam-Packet  Office  ;  Hen- 
derson Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 
Alicante  Steam  Packet  Office,  Burrell  &  Son,  141 

Buchanan  street. 
ALLAN,   Alexander,  spirit  mercht.,  218  Broomie- 

law;  house,  220  do. 
Allan,  Alex.   M.  (of  Ellis,  Allan,  &  Co.),  house,  1 

Lansdowne  crescent. 
Allan,  Alex.,  jun.,  ham  curer  and  provision  mer- 
chant, 72  Candleriggs;  house,  14  Albert  drive. 
Allan,  Alex,  (of  J.  &  A.  Allan),  ho.  2  Park  gardens. 
Allan,  Alex,  flesher,  375  Garscube  rd.;  ho.,  337  do. 
Allan,  Alexander  (at  Sinclair  &  Mitchells);  house, 

2  Jane  place,  Darnley  street,  Pollokshields. 
Allan,  Andrew,  church  officer,  34  Berkeley  street. 
Allan,  Andrew,  Union  Bank ;  house,  3  Great  George 

street,  Hillhead. 
Allan,  Andrew  (of  Allan,  Cooke,  &  Co.),  house,  10 

Matilda  place,  Strathbungo. 
Allan,  A.,  &  Co.,  warehousemen,  207,  209,  and  211 

Cumberland  street,  and  272  to  276  Crown  street; 

house,  40  Cumberland  street. 
Allan,  Archibald,  provision  merchant,  100  Brunswick 

st.,   and  85   Candleriggs  street;  house,  18  West 

Muir  street,  Parkhead. 
Allan,  Archibald  (of  Allan  &  Stewart) ;  house,  23 

Sardinia  terrace. 
Allan,  Archibald  (of  Allan  &  Orr),  house,  107  King's 

Park  place,  Greenhead. 
Allan,  Archibald  (at  Arthur    &  Co.'s),   house,  24 

Albert  drive. 
Allan,  Archd.   B.,    civil    engineer,  office  of  Public 

Works ;  house,  4  Victoria  drive,  Mount  Florida. 
Allan,  A.  &  J.,  wholesale  provision  merchants,  108, 

114  Candleriggs. 
Allan,  Arthur,  gunmaker,   cutler,  ironmonger,  saw, 

edge  tool,  and  fishing  rod  and  tackle  maker,  144 

Trongate  and  12  London  street ;  house,  Beaumont 

villa,  Albert  road,  Crosshill. 
Allan  &  Baxter,  wrights,  Maxwell  st.,  Pollokshields. 


82 


ALLAN.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-ALLAN. 


Allan  &  Bogle,  brassfounders,  28  Clyde  St.,  Calton. 
Allan,  Bryce  (at  J.  &  A.  Allan's),  70  Gt.  Clyde  st 
Allan,  Cooke,  &  Co.,  drapers  and  clothiers,  Milton 

House,  166,  168,  and  170  Cowcaddens. 
Allan,  Daniel,  smith  and  machine  maker,  21  and  23 
Richard  street ;  house,  75  North  street. 

AllaD,  David,  cigar  merchant,  7  Union  street;  house, 
274  St.  George's  road. 

Allan,  David  S.,  teacher  of  music,  1  Viewfield  place, 
Melville  st.,  Pollokshields. 

Allan  &  Ferguson,  parliamentary,  engineering, 
and  general  lithographers,  engravers,  draughtsmen, 
and  steam  power  printers,  126  Renfield  street. — 
See  Adv.  in  App. 

Allan,  F.  M.  (of  Pasley,  Jardine,  &  Co.),  house, 
FernclifF,  Wemyss  Bay. 

Allan  &  Ferguson,  wholesale  and  retail  stationers, 
die  sinkers  and  embossers,  126  Renfield  street. — 
See  Adv.  in  App. 

Allan,  F.  W.,  merchant,  shipping,  and  insurance 
agent,  15  Gordon  street  ;  residence,  The  Manse, 
Cathcart. 

Allen,  Geo.  Ernest,  club-master,  Regent  Club,  146 
West  Regent  street. 

Allan,  George  R.,  B.A.,  M.B/C.M.,  physician  and 
surgeon,  4  Walworth  terrace. 

Allan,  George  F.,  newspaper  and  advertising  agent, 
publisher  of  Allan's  Monthly  Diary,  depot  for 
Phonetic  Magazines  and  Scientific  American  Jour- 
nal, 84  Mitchell  st. ;  house,  95  West  Graham  st. 

Allan,  Henry  W.  (of  James  Allan,  sen.,  &  Son), 
ironfounder,  Elmbank  Foundry,  12  Possil  road ; 
house,  1  Grosvenor  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Allan,  Hugh,  hairdresser,  5  North  Clyde  street ;  ho. 
58  Lancefield  street. 

Allan,  Hugh,  artist,  157  West  George  street ;  house, 
9  Cathcart  road. 

Allan,  James  (of  Wallace  &  Allan),  ho.  215  Sauchie- 
hall  street. 

Allan,  James,  ham  curer  and  provision  merchant, 
56  and  58  Wilson  street;  house,  3  Abbotsford  pi. 

Allan,  James,  Telegraph  Department,  Caledonian 
Railway,  25  Killermont  st. ;  house,  118  Waddell 
street. 

Allan,  James  (of  A.  &  J.  Allan),  house,  Warnston, 
Helensburgh. 

Allan,  James,  Lapwelded,  iron-boiler  tube  manu- 
facturer, Victoria  Tube  Works,  Coatbridge. 

Allan,  James,  jun.  (of  A.  &.  J.  Allan),  house, 
Corbietree,  Helensburgh. 

Allan,  James,  house  factor,  47  Walkinshaw  street. 

Allan,  Jas.,  teacher  of  singing;  ho.  16  Arlington  st. 

Allan,  James,  sen.,  &  Son,  plain,  ornamental,  and 
sanitary  ironfounders,  Elmbank  Foundry  and  Saw- 
millfield  iron  works,  40  Wigton  street;  office,  12 
Possil  road;  London  warehouse,  St.  Andrew's 
■wharf;  Upper  Thames  street ;  Manchester  ware- 
house, 63  Brown  street. 

Allan,  James,  sen.  (of  James  Allan,  sen.,  &  Son), 
plain,  ornamental,  and  sanitary  ironfounder,  40 
Wigton  st.  and  12  Possil  road;  house,  1  Gros- 
venor terrace,  Hillhead. 

Allan,  James,  teacher,  Maclachlan  Free  Schools,  107 
Cathedral  street. 

Allan,  James  (at  Oakbank  Oil  Co.,  Limited,  128 
Ingram  street),  house,  24  Albert  drive,  Crossbill. 

Allan,  James  B.,  teacher,  Park  Grove  Academy,  3 
Susses  street,  Paisley  road. 

Allan,  James  (of  J.  &  A.  Allan),  ho.  2  Park  terrace 


Allan,  Jas.  &  Ales.,  merchants  and  shipowners,  70 
Great  Clyde  street. 

Alan,  James,  &  Co.,  produce  and  chemical  brokers, 
79  West  Regent  street. 

Allan,  James  (of  James  Allan  &  Co.),  house,  15 
Windsor  street. 

Allan,  James  (at  John  Allan  &  Co.'s),  residence, 
Muirfield,  Pollokshields. 

Allan,  James  A.  (of  Allan  &  Ferguson),  house,  19 
St  James'  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Allan,  James,  provision  merchant,  454  Gallowgate ; 
house,  99  Annfield  street. 

Allan,  James,  house  factor  and  insurance  agent,  28 
Bath  st.;  house,  24  Church  street,  Partick. 

Allan,  J.,  confectioner,  465  Sauebiehall  street. 

Allan,  John  Bryden  (of  James  Gray,  Son,  &  Co.), 
house,  245  St.  George's  road. 

Allan,  John  Walls,  painter  and  paperhanger,  145 
George  street. 

Allan,  John  (of  John  Allan  &  Co.),  residence,  Muir- 
field, Pollokshields. 

Allan,  John,  stationer  and  fancy  goods  merchant, 
37  Main  street,  Anderston ;  ho.  18  Claremont  st. 

Allan,  John,  surveyor  of  stamps  and  tases,  13 
Queen  street. 

Allan,  John,  commission  merchant,  52  Windsor  ter. 

Allan,  John,  79  West  Regent  street. 

Allan,  John,  3  Hopetoun  place. 

Allan,  John,  metallic  packing  maker,  135  Moore  st. 

Allan,  John,  &  Co.,  prov.  merchants,  34  Wilson  st. 

Allan,  John  B.,  draper,  113  Norfolk  street  &  61 
Eglinton  street ;  house,  104  South  Poriland  st. 

Allan,  John,  wright  and  pattern  maker,  28  Reidvale 
street ;  house,  93  Annfield  street. 

Allan,  John,  wright  and  builder,  84  Lilybank  road; 
house,  15  Milton  terrace,  Langside. 

Allan,  Leopold  M. ,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  25 
King  street,  City;  25  E.  Clyde  street,  and  4 
Bank  Buildings,  Gorbals. 

Allan,  M.  &  J.,  carvers  and  gilders,  40  St.  James' 
street,  Paisley  road. 

Allan  &  Mann,  brick  makers,  builders,  and  con- 
tractors ;  fire-brick  works,  Rutherglen  Pottery  and 
Mallsmire  Red  Brick  Works,  Myrtle  park,  Cross- 
hill  ;  depot,  Canal  street,  Port  Eglinton ;  office, 
48  St.  Enoch  square. 

Allan  &  M'Ruer,  ironfounders,  Hecla  Foundry,  272 
Dobbie's  loan. 

Allan,  Matthew  (of  Allan  &  Baster),  house, 
Victoria  Buildings,  Kenmure  street,  Pollokshields. 

Allan,  Matthew,  colliery  agent,  88  Great  Clyde  st. ; 
residence,  Larkhall. 

Allan,  M.,  fruiterer  and  florist,  43  Great  Western 
road;  house,  15  Willowbank  street. 

Allan,  Michael,  gentlemen's  hosier,  glover,  shirt,  and 
umbrella  maker,  20  Argyle  st.  and  at  6  Queen  St.; 
ho.  183  Pollok  st. 

Allan,  Mozart,  professor  of  dancing  and  music  pub- 
lisher, 130  South  Portland  street. 
Allan  &  Orr,  hat  and  cap  manufacturers  and  ware- 
housemen, 90  Maswell  st. 
Allan,  P.  G.,  &  Co.,  commission  agents,  80  Buchanan 

street;  house,  123  Grafton  terrace. 
Allan,  Peter,    flesher,    108   Crown    street;    house, 

129  Hospital  street. 
Allan  &  Poynter,  bonded  and  free  warehouse  keepers 
and  customs'  and  general  forwarding  agents,  71, 
73  Robertson  street ;   excise  warehouse,  35  Ann 
street,  city;  Wm.  H.  Scott,  19  Great  Western  road. 


ALLAN.- 


-GENEEAL   DIRECTORY- 


-ALLISON. 


Allan,  P.  P.  (of  M'Donald,  Ure  &  Allan),  ho.,  153 

Garthland  drive,  Dennistoun, 
Allan,    R.    L.,    bookseller    and    publisher,   Glasgow- 
Bible  and  Book  depository,  143  Sauchiehall  street ; 

house,  296  Renfrew  street. 
Allan,  Richard  G.  (at  J.  &  A.  Allan's),  70  Clyde  st. 
Allan,  Robt.,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  56  Douglas  st. ; 

house,  396  St  Vincent  street. 
Allan,   Robt.,   horse   dealer,    18   East  Hill   street  ; 

house,  2  Annfield  place,  Dennistoun. 
Allan,  Robert,  hosier,  glover,  and  shirt  maker,  140 

Argyle  street ;  house,  40  Warwick  street. 
Allan,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  361  Dum- 
barton road,  Partick  ;  house,  359  do. 
Allan,  Robt.,  insurance  agent,  14  Salisbury  street. 
Allan,  Robert  W.,  artist ;  studio,  248  West  George 

street ;  house,  19  St  James'  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Allan,  Robt.  S.,  shipowner  (of  George  Smith  &  Sons)  ; 

house,  2  Park  gardens. 
Allan  &  Stewart,  general  warehousemen,  165  Argyle 

street  and  3  St.  Enoch  square. 
Allan,  Thomas,  &   Co.,  commission  merchants  and 

drysalters,  47  Waterloo  street. 
Allan,    Thomas,  &  Sons,    ironfounders,  Springbank 

and  North  Woodside  Iron  Works,  and  Stockton- 
on-Tees. 
Allan,    Thomas,    sheriff-officer   and   J.P.    constable, 

106  Gallowgate  street. 
Allan,  Thomas,  flesher,  178  Main  street,  Bridgeton; 

house,  125  Hospital  street. 
Allan,  Thomas  (of  Thomas  Allan  &  Sons),  res.  Kin- 

caid  house,  Milton  of  Campsie. 
Allan,  Wm.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  27  Smith  st., 

Whiteinch ;  ho.  Ellrig,  East  Clyde  street,  Helens- 
burgh, 
Allan,  Wm.,  agent,  192  Hope  street;  house,  6  Loudon 

terrace;  Dovvanhill. 
Allan,  Wm.  (at  J.  &  A.  Allan) ;  ho.  95  George  St. 
Allan,  Wm.,  wright,  5  Fleming  st.,  Garscube  cross  ; 

house,  134  West  Graham  street. 
Allan,   William,    spirit  dealer,    74   William   street, 

Anderston  ;  house,  24  Elderslie  street. 
Allan,   William,  manufacturer,  37  Glassford  street, 

house,  1  Hampden  terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Allan,  William,  31 A  Elderslie  street;  house,  Elderslie 

House,  Strathaven. 
Allan,  W.  E.,  teacher  of  dancing,  130  S.  Portland  st. 
Allan,  W.  F.  (at  James  Currie  &  Co.'s),  house,  Ivy 

Bank,  Port-Glasgow. 
Allan,  William  Macfarlane  (of  W.  M.  Allan  &  Co.), 

house,  24  West-end  Park  street. 
Allan,  W.  M.  &  Co.,  iron  and  commission  merchants, 

agents  for  Spear  &  Jackson,  Etna  Steel  Works, 

Sheffield,  John  Shaw,  Yorkshire  wire,  rope,  and 

fencing   works,    Sheffield,   and    George   Butler  & 

Co.,  limited,  Trinity  cutlery  work,  Sheffield,  184 

Buchanan  street. 
Allan,  W.  &  H.,  grocers  and  provision  merchants, 

142  Duke  street;  house,  185  do. 
Allan,  Wm.,  jun.,  brickmaker,  Hamiltonhill  Brick 

Works,  off  Possil  road  ;  res.  Old  Basin  House. 
Allan,  Mrs.  George,  poulterer  and  game  dealer,  231, 

233  George  street ;  house,  49  Montrose  street. 
Allan,  Mrs.  Hugh,  120  North  John  street. 
Allan,   Mrs.   James,    &    Son,   poulterers   and   game 

dealers,  160  Sauchiehall  street;  house,  158  do. 
Allan,  Mrs.  John,  3  Hopetoun  place. 
Allan,  Mrs.,  and  Miss  Ritchie,  board  and  day  school, 

2  Woodside  crescent. 


Allan,  Mrs.,  15  Windsor  street. 

Allan,  Mrs.  Mary,  fruiterer  and  confectioner,  7  Royal 

Arcade,  Cowcaddens;  house,  33  Garscube  lane. 
Allan,  Mrs.  Robert,  35  Rose  street,  Garnethill. 
Allan,  Mrs.,  421  St.  Vincent  street. 
Allan,  Misses,  seminary  for  young  ladies,  141  Hill  st., 

Garnethill. 
Allan,   Isabella,  fruiterer,  437  Gallowgate;    house, 

26  Great  Hamilton  street. 
Allan,  Isabella,  tobacconist,  257  George  st. ;  ho.  39 

Nicholson  street,  s.s. 
Allan,  Jane,  tobacconist,  52  Charlotte  lane ;  house, 

4  Well  street,  Calton. 
Allan,  Janet  and  Amelia,  furnishings  and  hosiery, 

34  Cleland  street,  s  s. 
Allan,  Miss,  14  Somerset  place. 
Allan  Line  of  Steamers  and  Clipper  Packets,  70 

Great  Clyde  street. 
Allander  Print  Works,  Milngavie  ;  Forbes  &  Co., 

134  St  Vincent  street. 
Allanshaw  Coal  Co.,  James  F.  Mitchell,   agent, 

175  Hope  street. 
Allanton  Colliery  Office,  161  Hope  street. 
ALLEY  &  M'Lellan,  engineers,  2  Peel  st.,  London  rd. 
Alley,  Stephen   (of  Alley  &  M'Lellan),  house,  191 

Renfrew  street. 
Alley,  Stephen,  consulting  engineer,  2   Peel  street, 

London  road;  house,  191  Renfrew  street. 
ALLHAUSEN  &  JOHNSTON,  wholesale  furriers, 

37  Carter  lane,  London;    agents,  Robertson   & 
Smith,  74  Buchanan  street. 

Alliance   Assurance  Co.,  115    Buchanan   street. 

ALLISON,  Andrew,  jeweller,  watchmaker,  and  orna- 
mental hair  worker,  83  Jamaica  street,  and  197 
Eglinton  street;  house,  297  do. 

Alison,  Archd.,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  family 
grocers,  agents  for  W.  &  A.  Gilbey,  wines  and 
spirits,  53  Oswald  street. 

Allison,  Arthur  (of  Allison  &  Wylie),  ho.  3  William 
street,  Paisley. 

Allison  Brothers,  iron  founders,Cogan  st.,  Pollokshaws. 

Allison,  Cousland,  &  Hamilton,  timber,  ship,  and  in- 
surance brokers,  123  St.  Vincent  street. 

Allison,  George  (at  John  Scouler's),  64  Buchanan 
street;  house,  22  Westmoreland  street. 

Alison,  James,  grocer,  48  Bedford  street ;  house,  72  do. 

Allison,  James,  cashier  and  book  keeper,  34  Jackson 
street;  ho.  45  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill. 

Allison,  Jas.,  &  Co.,  contractors  and  general  carters, 
356  Argyle  street ;  stables,  68  Bishop  street. 

Allison,  James,  baker,  8  Morrison  st. ;  ho.  9  do. 

Allison,  James,  wine   and  spirit  merchant,    36  and 

38  Shuttle  street ;  house,  73  John  Knox  st. 
Allison,  M.  C,  draper,  tailor,  and  clothier,  agent  for 

Pullar  &  Sons,  dyers,  Perth,  and  Scottish  Union  & 

National  Insurance  Co.,  82  Main  street,  Maryhill 

house,  11  Lome  terrace,  do. 
Allison,   P.  S.,  hide,   bark,  and  leather  factor,   26 

Ingram  street ;  house,  33  Lansdowne  crescent. 
Allison,  Robert  (of  Allison,  Cousland,  &  Hamilton), 

house,  Castlehead,  Paisley. 
Allison,  Thos.,  carver,  gilder,  and  artists'  colourman, 

151  Sauchiehall  street,  house,  186  Henderson  st., 

Kelvinbridge. 
Allison,  Thomas,  baker  and  confectioner,  76  Prioce 

of  Wales  terrace ;  house,  8  Prince  Edward  street, 

Govanhill. 
Allison,  Walter,  saddler    and    harness    maker,    15 

Sauchiehall  street ;  house,  107  Dundas  street. 


84 


ALLISON. GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-ANDERSON. 


Allison,  Walter  (of  Brock,  Allison  &  Co.),    house, 

Cartvale,  Paisley. 
Allison,  William,    spirit   dealer,  1  North  Woodside 

road  ;  house,  10  Crossburn  street. 
Allison,  Wm.,  warehouseman  (at  Arnott  &  Co.'s), 

house,  101  Ardgowan  street. 
Allison  &  Wylie,  shawl,  muffler,  and  scarf  manu- 
facturers, 119  Virginia  place,  Ingram  street. 
Alma  Boiler  Works,  824   Gallowgate,   James 

Neilson  &  Son. 
Almeeia  Steam  Packet  Office,  Burrell  &  Son,  141 

Buchanan  street. 
Almeria  Steam  Packet  Office,  M'Laren,  Crum, 

&  Co.,  13  Eoyal  Exchange  place. 
ALSOP,   F.  (of  Peyton  &  Alsop),   residence,  Airy 

Bank  House,  Milngavie. 
ALLSOPP,    Samuel,    &    Sons,    brewers,    Burton- 

on-Trent ;    office,  138  W.   Regent  street. 
ALSTON  Brothers,  tobacco  warehouse  keepers,  27 

James  Watt  street. 
Alston,  Charles  H.  (of  Thomas  Edington  &  Sons), 

house,  Shalimar,  Ayr. 

Alston,  C.  S.,  the  Prison,  71  Duke  street ;  house  do. 

Alston,  Gavin,  cabinetmaker,  81  John  street  and  1 

Little  Hamilton  street ;  house,  42  M'Aslin  street. 

Alston,  George  (of  Campbell,  Rivers,  &  Co.),  resid. 

Craighead,  Bothwell. 
Alston,  J.  Carfrae  (of  Alston  Brothers),  house,  18 

Oakfield  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Alston,  John  P.  (of  Campbell,  Rivers,  &  Co.),  resi- 
dence, Muirburn,  Strathaven. 
Alston,  J.  R.  (of  Alston  &  Tulloch),  house,  24  Burn- 
bank  gardens. 
Alston,  R.  F.  (of  Campbell,  Rivers,  &  Co.),  house, 

163  Bath  street. 
Alston,  Thomas  (of  R.  G.  Finlay  &  Brothers),  house, 

6  Wendover  crescent,  Mount  Florida. 
Alston,  Thomas,  butcher,  87  Shamrock  street ;  ho.  20 

West  Graham  street. 
Alston,  Thomas  (of  Russell  and  Alston),  294  South 

York  street. 
Alston  &  Tulloch,  ship  brokers,  11  West  Nile  st. 
Alston,  W.  Murray,  civil  engineer;  house,  24  Burn- 
bank  gardens. 
Alston,  Mrs.  John,  24  Burnbank  gardens. 
Alston,  Mrs.  Thos.,  cook,  100  Burnside  street. 
Alston,  Mrs.  J.  W.,  20  Kelvingrove  st. 
Alum   and  Ammonia   Co.  (Limited),  for  distillers, 
manufacturing  chemists ;    works,  Hurlet  and  201 
West  St.,  s.s. 
Amalgamated    Society   of  Engineers,  Machinists, 
Millwrights,  Smiths,  &  Pattern  Makers ;  committee 
rooms,  182  Trongate. 
American  Bowling  Alleys  (Bell's),  59  E.  Howard 

street. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 
American  Mail    Steam   Packet;  Office     Henderson 

Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 
American  Royal  Mail  Steam  Packets,  30  Jamaica 

street. 
American  Steam  Packet  Office,  70  Great  Clyde  st. 
American  Steam  Ship  Office,  State  Steam  Ship  Co., 

Limited,  65  Great  Clyde  street. 
American  Emigration  Office,  37  Hope  street. 
American  Lloyds,  40  Union  street 
AMHERST,  Rev.  Wm.  P.,   R.  C.    clergyman,  21 

Dalhousie  street. 
AMOS,  John,  sheriff  officer,  26  Annfield  street. 
AMOURS,    F.    J.,   B.A.,  French    master,    Glasgow 
Aeademy ;  house,  4  Clifton  street. 


ANBUHL,  F.  W.,  yeast  manufacturer  (of  Anbuhl, 
Loebell,  &  Co.),  house,  Allendale  Cottage,  Lang- 
side  road. 

Anbuhl,  Loebell,  &  Co.,  yeast  manufacturers,  Vulcan 
street,  Port  Dundas. 

Amsterdam  and  Glasgow  Steamers,  via  Leith,  Jas. 
Gardiner  &  Co.,  agents,  43  Renfield  street. 

Amsterdam  &  Glasgow  Steam  Shipping  Co.,  7 
Sauchiehall  street ;  Jas.  Rankin  &  Son,  agents. 

ANCELL,  Andrew,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  89 
and  91  Dundas  st. ;  residence,  Ferndeau  villa, 
Kirkintilloch. 

Ancell,  Jas.,  restaurateur,  pastry  cook,  confectioner, 
and  soiree  purveyor,  87  and  89  Glassford  St.,  and 
88  Virginia  place;  resid.,  Molyneux  cottage,  Bird- 
ston,  Kirkintilloch. 

Anchor  Line  of  Oriental  Steam  Packet  Ships,  47 
Union  street. 

"Anchor"  Line,  Transatlantic,  Peninsular,  Mediter- 
ranean, and  Indian  Steam  Packet  Line;  Henderson 
Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 

Anchor  (Jackor)  Insurance  Co.;  Scottish  agency,  P. 
C.  Hart,  agent,  30a  Renfield  st.;  house  2o  Hamil- 
ton Park  terrace,  Hillhead. 

ANCION,  Jules,  &  Co.,  "Liege"  cut  and  wire  nail 
manufacturers;  A.  Laird,  agent,  72  Waterloo  st. 

Ancoats  Vale  Rubber  Company  (Limited),  Man- 
chester; W.  R.  Arthur,  25  Robertson  st.,  agent 
for  Scotland. 

Ancona  &  Glasgow  Steam  Packet  Offices ;  Henderson 
Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 

Ancona  Steam  Packets,  30  Jamaica  street. 

ANDERSON,  Alexander,  manager  (the  Singer  Manu- 
facturing Co.),  116  James  street,  Bridgeton ;  house, 
5  Morris  place. 

Anderson,  Adam  B.  (Keydens,  Strung,  and  Girvan), 
house,  44  S.  Portland  street. 

Anderson,  Alex.  C.  (at  Kerr,  Anderson,  Muir  and 
Main),  house,  14  Elmbank  crescent. 

Anderson,  Alexander,  leather  merchant,  114  Tron- 
gate ;  house,  1  St.  James'  place,  Hillhead. 

Anderson,  A.,  spirit  merchant,  1  South  Wellington 
street ;  house,  270  Cumberland  street,  s.s. 

Anderson,  Alexander,  bust  and  stand  maker,  77 
Renfrew  street. 

Anderson,  Alex.  D.  (of  Anderson  &  Shaw),  ho.  27 
Abbotsford  place. 

Anderson,  Alexander  (of  W.  &  A.  Anderson),  house, 
12  Clifford  street,  Paisley  road. 

Anderson,  Alex.  P.,  merchant,  Royal  Polytechnic 
Warehouse ;  ho.  2  Hillside  gardens,  Partickhill. 

Anderson,  A.  G.,  H.M., Customs ;  ho.  3  Walworth  ter. 

Anderson,  A.  G.  (at  Callander  and  Oban  Railway), 
4  Bath  street ;  house,  27  Stanhope  street. 

Anderson,  Andrew,  M.A.,  classical  teacher,  High 
School,  Elmbank  st;  ho.  456  St.  Vincent  street. 

Anderson,  Andrew,  Fordyce,  &  Co.,  warehousemen 
and  manufacturers,  103,  105  Glassford  street. 

Anderson,  Rev.  And.  H.,  U.P.  minister,  Pollok  st. 
U.P.  Church;   2  Roslyn  ter.,  Pollokshields. 

Anderson,  Andrew  H. ,  missionary,  332  Duke  street". 

Anderson,  Andrew,  coal  and  coke  merchant,  N.  B.  Ry. 
Station,  Stobcross;  ho.  Hawthorn  villa,  Cam- 
buslang. 

Anderson,  Andrew,  bedding  and  furniture  warehouses, 
131  London  road;  ho.  129  Gallowgate. 

Anderson,  Andrew,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  20 
King  street,  city,  and  11  Back  wynd;  house,  1 
North  Ure  place. 


ANDERSON.' 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. ANDERSON. 


85 


Anderson,  Andrew,  wholesale  confectioner,  640  Gal- 
lowgate ;  house,  636  do. 

Anderson,  Andrew  A.,  tobacconist  and  cigar  importer, 
4  Queen  street ;  house,  12  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 

Anderson,  Arch.,  house  painter  and  paper-hanger,  8 
Peel  St.,  Partick;  house,  6  Hamilton  ter.,  W.  do. 

Anderson,  Arch.,  butcher,  6  Plantation  Buildings, 
Paisley  road,  W;  house,  612  Gallowgate  street. 

Anderson,  Arthur,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  386  and 
388  St.  Vincent  street  and  1  Cleveland  street ;  ho. 
24  Belgrave  street,  W. 

Anderson,  Baird,  &  Co.,  warehousemen,  77  Queen  st. 

Anderson  &  Barclay,  wholesale  grocers,  6  Shuttle  St. 
and  35  Ingram  street  east. 

Anderson  Brothers,  commission  merchants,  24  St. 
Vincent  place. 

Anderson  Brothers,  tea  merchants,  1  Buckingham 
terrace,  Dumbarton  road,  Partick. 

Anderson  Brothers,  weighing  machine,  beam  and 
scale  makers,  and  grocers'  outfitters  for  canisters, 
&c,  tinsmiths,  coppersmiths,  blacksmiths,  gas- 
fitters,  &c,  93  Stockwell  street;  house,  4 Matilda 
place,  Strathbungo. 

Anderson  &  Co.,  ironfounders,  Castlebank  street, 
Partick. 

Anderson  &  Co,  wholesale  tea  dealers,  69  Oswald 
street. 

Anderson,  Daniel,  writer,  246  Dumbarton  road,  Par- 
tick;  ho.,  9  Windsor  pi.,  Byars  road,  Kelvinside. 

Anderson,  David,  flesher,  141  Nelson  street,  s.s.;  ho. 
535  Eglinton  street. 

Anderson,  David,  clothier  and  hosier,  17  Union  street ; 
house,  Rosebank,  Queen  Mary  Avenue,  Crosshill. 

Anderson,  David,  house  steward  and  collector  of 
subscriptions,  Eye  Infirmary,  170  Berkeley  street. 

Anderson,  David,  R.  A.  (of  Walker  and  Anderson), 
house,  6  Agnew  place,  Crosshill. 

Anderson  D.  (of  Anderson  and  Barclay),  house,  26 
Apsley  place,  s.s. 

Anderson,  D.  H.,  Atlantic  Mills,  Bridgeton. 

Anderson,  David  43  Scott  street,  Garnethill. 

Anderson,  David  and  John,  manufacturers ;  works 
and  warehouse,  Atlantic  Mills,  Walkinshaw  street. 

Anderson,  David,  jun.,  Atlantic  Mills,  Bridgeton. 

Anderson,  David,  &  Co.,  edge  tool  manufacturers, 
blacksmiths,  grinders,  and  polishers,  173  Graeme  st. 

Anderson,  David,  grocer,  242  Hope  street. 

Anderson,  David  M.,  spirit  merchant,  409  Parlia- 
mentary road ;  house,  402  do. 

Anderson,  David,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  55  &  57 
Candleriggs  and  228  Broomielaw ;  ho.  3  Craig- 
park  terrace,  Dennistoun. 

Anderson,  David  (of  James  Anderson  &  Co.,  calen- 
dered), house,  15  Royal  terrace,  Crosshill. 

Anderson,  David,  stationer,  tobacconist,  and  fancy 
goods,  257  Stirling  road ;  house,  255  do. 

Anderson,  David  (of  Anderson  Brothers,  93  Stock- 
well  street),  house,  4  Matilda  place,  Strathbungo. 

Anderson,  D.,  &  Son,  felt  manufacturers  ;  agents, 
Wm.  Buchanan  &  Co.,  12  Prince's  square. 

Anderson  &  Elder,  wine  merchants,  151  Hope  st. 

Anderson,  Francis,  cabinetmaker  and  upholsterer; 
23,  25,  30  Miller's  place  ;  ho.  12  Monteith  row. 

Anderson,  Frederick  (of  Anderson,  Baird,  &  Co.), 
house,  10  South  Park  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Anderson,  F.  &  J.  T.,  merchants  and  foreign  com- 
mission agents,  1  Prince's  court. 

Anderson,  Frederick,  gasalier  manufacturer,  54 
Howard  street. 


Anderson,  George,  &  Co.,  oil  merchants,  white  lead, 

paint,  colour,  varnish,  and  cement  manufacturers ; 

also  grinders  of  coal  dust,  charcoal,  and  moulders' 

blacking,  58  Hydepark  street. 
Anderson,  George,    &    Co.,  Roman  cement   works, 

Calderside,  by  High  Blantyre ;  office  58  Hydepark 

street. 
Anderson,  G.  S.,  &  Co.,  merchants,  73  Renfield  st. 
Anderson,  G.  Stewart  (of  G.  Stewart  Anderson  & 

Co.),  house,  7  Lansdowne  crescent. 
Anderson,  George,  113  Renfrew  street. 
Anderson,  George,  cabinetmaker  (of  Thos.  M'Murray 

&  Co.),  house,  410  St.  Vincent  street. 
Anderson,  George,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  50  Queen 

street ;  house,  Wellshot  buildings,  Cambuslang. 
Anderson,  George  P.  (at  Maclay,  Murray,  &  Spens'). 
Anderson,  George,  produce  broker,  19  Waterloo  st. ; 

house,  87  South  Portland  street. 
Anderson,   George,  coal-master,   Stobcross  mineral 

depot;  res.,  Moss  Castle,  Slamannan. 
Anderson,  George  S.  (at  Bruce  Brothers  &    Co.), 

residence,  Newfield  terrace,  Johnstone. 
Anderson,   George,  &  Co.,  drapers,  10  Plantation 

buildings,  Paisley  road,  W. ;  house,  5  Cecil  place. 
Anderson,  Graham,  &  Co.,  manuf.,  114  Candleriggs. 
Anderson,    Harvie,  merchant,  166   Buchanan  street; 

house,  14  Eton  place,  Hillhead. 
Anderson  &  Hastings,  accountants,  114  W.  Nile  st. 
Anderson  &  Henderson,  timber  merchants,  wrights 

and  builders,  saw  millers,    stair  railers,  carvers, 

tun  builders,  and  packing-box  makers,  Kinning  Park 

Saw  Mills,  and  77  W.  Scotland  street,  and  75 

Waterloo  street. 
Anderson,  Henry  S.,  fish  and  ice  merchant,  37  St. 

George's  road ;  house,  11  Carnarvon  street. 
Anderson,  Rev.  Henry,  Partick  Free  Church;  house, 

2  Annfield  terrace,  Partick. 
Anderson,  H.  K.  (of  Kerr,  Anderson,  Muir  &  Main, 

149  W.  George  street). 
Anderson,  H.  L.  (of  H.  L.  Anderson  &  C.  Carlton), 

residence,  Ava  Cottage,  Helensburgh. 
Anderson,  H.  L.,  &  C.  Carlton,  house-painters  and 

decorators,    and  dealers    in   English  and   French 

paper  hangings,  141  St.  Vincent  street;  workshops, 

56  St.  Vincent  lane. 
Anderson,  Hugh,  bird  dealer,  27  Market  St.,  City; 

house,  43  Bridgegate  street. 
Anderson,  Hume,  tailor  and  clothier,  68  Trongate  ; 

house,  104  North  Hanover  street. 
Anderson,  James,  dairyman,  118  Govan  street;  ho. 

45  Thistle  street. 
Anderson,  James,  dining  rooms,  192  Kelvinhaugh 

street;  ho.  196  do. 
Anderson,  James  (of  Anderson  Bros.),  93  Stockwell 

street ;  house,  4  Matilda  place,  Strathbungo. 
Anderson,  James,  shop  fitter  and  weighing  machine 

maker,  69  Stockwell  street;  works,  140  do. 
Anderson,  James,  chartered  accountant  and  property 

agent,  179  West  George  street ;  ho.  5  Belgrave  ter. 
Anderson,  James  B.,  hat  and  cap  manufacturer,  121 

Argyle  street,  and  2,  4,  6  Maxwell  street;  house, 

Myrtle  park,  Crosshill. 
Anderson,   James  (of  William  Anderson  &  Co.,  16 

Prince's  square),  house,  Woodlands,  Langside. 
Anderson,  James  (of  M'Clelland,  Carmichael,  &  Co.), 

house,  151  Pollok  street. 
Anderson,  James,  artist  and  teacher  of  drawing, 

180  W.  Regent  st. ;  ho.,  1  Maxwell  st.  Paisley. 

See  Advt.  in  Appendix, 


86 


ANDERSON.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. ANDERSON. 


Anderson,  James,  &  Co.,   calenderers  and  packers, 

44  North  Hanover  street. 
Anderson,    James    (of   David    &  John   Anderson), 

house,  6  Queen's  terrace. 
Anderson,  James,  jun.  (of  M'Lennan,  Blair,  &  Co's), 

house,  5  Garthland  street,  Paisley. 
Anderson,  James  R.,  baker,  222  London  rd. ;  house, 

7  Margaret  street. 
Anderson,  James,  &  Co.,  grate  and  fender  makers, 

grinder's  and  polisher's  ironmongers,  119  Duke  st. 
Anderson,  James,  jun.,  baker,  151  High  street ;  house, 

15  North  Portland  street. 
Anderson,  James  (at  William  Anderson's,  44  Queen 

street),  house,  40  Oxford  street. 
Anderson,   James    O,    underwriters'    wreck    agent, 

and  surveyor,  Underwriters'  rooms;  res.  Rosendale 

road,  Shawlands. 
Anderson,    Jas.  (at  Jas.    Somerville's,    contractor), 

house,  154  London  street. 
Anderson,   James,  wine   and  spirit  merchant,   209 

Parliamentary  road  and  117  Taylor  street ;  ho.  402 

Parliamentary  road. 
Anderson,  James  P.,  draughtsman,  Caledonian  Rail- 
way ;  house,  628  New  City  road. 
Anderson,  James  H.  (at  John  Mitchell  &  Co.'s),  house, 

Wardlaw-hill,  Rutherglen. 
Anderson,  James,  tea,  coffee,  and  spice  merchant,  24 

Robertson  street ;  house,  22  do. 
Anderson,  James,  manager,  Green  Street  Equitable 

Loan    Office,  124    Green    street,    Calton;   house, 

440  Gallowgate. 
Anderson,     James,     veterinary    surgeon,    209    St. 

George's  road. 
Anderson,  James  R.  (at  Glen  &  Ross'),  house,  198 

Claythorn  street. 
Anderson,  James  (at  Messrs.  Lightbody's),   house, 

190  Slatefield  street. 
Anderson,  J.  Steadman  (at  Alex.   Anderson's,  114 

Trongate),  house,  15  Granville  street. 
Anderson, , James,  tea  and  coffee  agent,  76  W.  Howard 

street ;  house,  6  Campvale,  Crossmyloof. 
Anderson,  James,  spirit  merchant,  75  &  77  Stirling 

road  ;  house,  84  John  street. 
Anderson,  James,  24  St.   Vincent  place;    District 

Manager,    Positive    Government    Security    Life 

Association  Co.,  Limited;  house,  12  Royal  cres., 

Crosshill. 
Anderson,  James,  &  Co.,  starch  and  gum  manufac- 
turers ;  office,  69  St.  Vincent  st.;  works,  Surrey  st. 
Anderson,  James,  &  Co.,  butter  and  egg  merchants, 

416  Cumberland  street,  s.s. 
Anderson,  James,    grocer   and  provision  merchant, 

105  Burnside  street;  house,  103  do. 
Anderson,    James,    bootmaker,    204    Hope    street; 

house,  42  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
Anderson,  James  S.  (at  A.   G.   Kidston  &  Co.'s), 

house,  22  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 
Anderson,  James,  &  Co.,  butter  and  egg  merchants, 

163  and  165  Govan  street;  house,  134  Crown  st. 
Anderson,  James  (of  Lees,  Anderson,  &  Co.),  house, 

38  Berkeley  street. 
Anderson,  James  (of  James  Anderson  &  Co.),  house, 

102  Annfield  street. 
Anderson,  James   W.,   surgeon,   601   Duke   street ; 

house,  343  do. 
Anderson,  James,  jr.  (of  J.  &  R.  Anderson),  house,  27 

Sandyford  place. 
Anderson,  James  (at  Thos.  Allan  &  Son's),  house,  2 
Teviot  terrace,  Kelvinside. 


Anderson,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  1  and  3 

Cathcart  street;  house,  257  Crown  street. 
Anderson,  James  W.  (of  Anderson    Brothers,  24  St. 

Vincent  pi.),  ho.  1  Lugar  pi.,  Kelvinside,  Hillhead. 
Anderson,  J.  B.,  messenger-at-arms,  52  West  Nile 

street ;  house,  190  Slatefield  street,  Dennistoun. 
Anderson,  J.  &  R.,  house  painters  and  decorators,  217 

and  219  Hope  street. 
Anderson,  J.  W.,  M.D.,  4  Burnbank  terrace. 
Anderson,  J.  W.,  103  Brook  Street. 
Anderson,  John,  jun.  (of  D.  &  J.  Anderson),  house, 

2  Park  circus. 
Anderson,  John,  engineer  and  ironfounder  (of  the 

late  M'Gilchrist  &  Co.),  Atlas  Foundry,  Coatbridge ; 

resid.  Albert  place,  do. 
Anderson,  John,  plasterer,  Renwick  street,  off  West 

Scotland  street;  house,  25  Steven  street. 
Anderson,  John,  B.D.,  minister  of  East  Park  Church, 

Kelvinside  avenue  ;  house,  6  Kersland  street. 
Anderson,   John,    secretary,     Callander    and    Oban 

Railway  Company,  4  Bath  street ;  house,  Inver- 

kelvin,  Kelvinside  gardens. 
Anderson,  John,  &  Sons,  masons,  builders,  and  con- 
tractors, Byars  road,  Partick ;  house,  73  do. 
Anderson,  John,  smith,  bell-hanger,  gas-fitter,  and 

stair-railer,  154  Bothwell  street ;  ho.  134  Blyths- 

wood  terrace. 
Anderson,  John,  merchant  and  drysalter,  60  George 

square  ;  house,  Elmtree  cottage,  Pollokshields. 
Anderson,  John,  com  factor,  65  Hope  street ;   house, 

Hazelden,  Newton  Mearns. 
Anderson,  John,  florist,  509  Sauchiehall  street. 
Anderson,  John,  &  Co.,  tailors,  clothiers,   and  out- 
fitters, 171  North  st.;    ho.  34  Bank  st,  Hillhead. 
Anderson,  John,  slater  and  plasterer,  56a  Green  St., 

Calton ;  ho.  78  Tobago  st. 
Anderson,  John  (of  Anderson  &  Lyall),  house,  17 

Walmer  crescent. 
Anderson,  John  J.  (of  Cantrell  &  Cochrane),  house, 

Mariville,  Cambuslang. 
Anderson,  John,  letterpress  printer,  22  Ann  street, 

city ;  house,  1  Albert  road,  Crosshill. 
Anderson,  John,  jun.,  slater,  362  Parliamentary  rd.  ; 

house,  3  Sauchiehall  street. 
Anderson,  John,  butcher,  39  George  street ;  ho.  108 

Wellpark  terrace. 
Anderson,  John,  Clydesdale  Bank ;  res.  Kennishead, 

Thornliebank. 
Anderson,  John,  Western  dining  rooms,  120  New 

City  road;  house,  118  do. 
Anderson,  John,  fruiterer  and  confectioner,  60  Ruther- 
glen road;  ho.  128  Rose  st.,  s.s. 
Anderson,  Jn.,  agent,  Bank  of  Scotland,  St.  George's 

Cross  branch ;  ho.  14  West  Prince's  street. 
Anderson,  John,  commercial  traveller,   23  Prince's 

square,  Strathbungo. 
Anderson,  John  (at  Harvie,  Johnston,  &  Watson's), 

house,  34  Kelvinside  avenue. 
Anderson,  John,  draper,  332  Cathcart  road. 
Anderson,  John  B.,  20  Bank  street,  Hillhead. 
Anderson,    John,    silk  mercer,   linen    and    woollen 
draper,  hosier,  glover,  haberdasher,  boot  and  shoe 
merchant,  printseller,  frame  manufacturer,  jeweller, 
perfumer,    manufacturer  of  fancy  cabinet  goods, 
importer   and   exporter   of    foreign    merchandise, 
Royal  Polytechnic  Warehouse,  91,  93,  95,  97,  and 
99   Argyle  st.,    2,  4  Turner's  court,  and  13  Croy 
place ;  house,  3  Park  Gardens,  and  Glen  Tower, 
Hunter's  Quay. 


ANDERSON.- 


-  GENERAL   DIRECTORY. ANDERSON. 


87 


Anderson,  John,  flesher,  32  St.  George's  road  ;  ho. 

108  Ark  lane,  Wellpark  terrace. 
Anderson,  John  S.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  68 

Norfolk  street ;  house,  73  Abbotsford  place. 
Anderson,  John  T.  (of  F.  &  J.  T.  Anderson),  house, 

41  Westbourne  gardens. 
Anderson,  John  T.,  representative  in  Scotland  for  R. 

D.  Warburg  &  Co.,  of  Lyons,  Zurich,  Crefeld,  St. 

Etienne,  &c,  and  others,  1  Prince's  court ;  house, 

41  Westbourne  gardens. 
Anderson,  John,  slater  and  slate  merchant,  362  Par- 
liamentary road  ;  house,  3  Sauchiehall  street. 
Anderson,  Jonathan,  writer  (of  Anderson  and  Mac- 

kinnon),  ho.  5  Royal  crescent,  Crosshill. 
Anderson  &  Lyall,  engineers  and  boilermakers,  Clyde- 
side  Engine  and  Boiler  Works,  Whitfield  rd.  Govan. 
Anderson  &  Lyle,  blacksmiths,  20  Palm  St. ;  house, 

62  Cedar  street. 
Anderson,  Dr.  M'Call,  physician,  professor  of  clini- 
cal medicine  in  the  University  of  Glasgow,    14 

Woodside  crescent. 
Anderson  &  Mackinnon,  writers,  175  W.  George  st. 
Anderson  &  M 'Queen,  veterinary  surgeons,  24  to  30 

Hill  street,   Garnethill,  99  Surrey  street,  s.s.,  and 

Parson  street,  Townhead. 
Anderson,  M.  Douglas  (of  Hetherington  &  Anderson), 

residence,  Ashburne,  Milliken  park. 
Anderson,   Matthew,  writer  (of  Andersons  &  Patti- 

son,  137    St.   Vincent   street),  house,  Ashburne, 

Milliken  park. 
Anderson,  Matthew,  grocer,  167  Kent  road. 
Anderson  &  Munro,  Venetian,  wire  gauze,  zinc  sash, 

Venetian  and  holland  window  blind  manufacturers, 

136  Bothwell  street ;  works,  MoncriefF  street  and 

Kelvin  street. 
Anderson,  P.  &  W.,  masons  and  builders,  4  Elphin- 

stone  street,  Govan. 
Andersons  &  Pattison,  writers,  137  St.  Vincent  st. 
Anderson,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  1  Killer- 

mont  st.  and  420  Parliamentary  rd. ;  ho.  424  do. 
Anderson,  Robert  (late  Norrie  &  Anderson),  accoun- 
tant, house  factor,  and  insurance  agent,  68   Bath 

street ;  house,  11  Franklin  terrace. 
Anderson,  Robert,  19  Dorset  street. 
Anderson,  R.  B.,  commission  merchant,  57  Miller  st.; 

house,  22  Prince's  square,  Strathbungo. 
Anderson,  Robert,  letterpress  printer,  22  Ann  street ; 

house,  20  South  Apsley  place. 
Anderson,  Robert,  mason  and  builder,  112  North 

Hanover  st.;  ho.  408  Parliamentary  road. 
Anderson,  Robert  M.,  clothier,  3  West  Nile  st. ;  ho. 

1  Houldsworth  street. 
Anderson,  Robert,  brassfounder,  39  Old  wynd;  resi- 
dence, Eastmuir,  Shettleston. 
Anderson,  Robert  Wodrow,  37  Hunter  street ;  house, 

339  Bath  crescent. 
Anderson,  R.,  wright,  190  Dumbarton  rd. ;  ho.  116  do. 
Anderson,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  6  and 

8  College  street ;  house,  39  Abbotsford  place. 
Anderson,  Robert  (of  J.    &  R.  Anderson),  house,  4 

Hope  terrace,  Govanhill. 
Anderson,  Rev.  Robert,  34  West  street,  Calton;  house, 

189  Bellfield  street. 
Anderson,  Robert  (of  William  Anderson  &  Co.,  16 

Prince's  square),  house,  Woodlands,  Langside. 
Anderson,    Robert,    commission    merchant,   Virginia 

buildings  ;  house,  14  Elmbank  crescent. 
Anderson,  Robert  D.,  cashier  (at  Donald  &  Sellars), 

house,  1  Hilton  terrace,  Crosshill. 


Anderson,  Robert,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  349 
Dumbarton  road,  Partick  ;  house,  2  Rosevale  ter- 
race, do. 

Anderson,  Robert,  spirit  merchant,  18  South  Wood- 
side  road  ;  house,  2  Willowbank  crescent. 

Anderson,  Robert,  stationer  and  tobacconist,  175 
Parliamentary  road  ;  ho.  79  North  St  Mungo  st. 

Anderson,  Robert  (of  Anderson  &  Co.),  house,  347 
Dumbarton  road. 

Anderson,  Robert,  carting  contractor,  32  Robertson 
street;  house,  23  South  Coburg  street. 

Anderson,  Robert,  grocer,  597  Duke  st. ;  ho.   591  do. 

Anderson,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  782 
Gallowgate ;  house,  6  Rowchester  street. 

Anderson,  Robt  J.,  53  Miller  street ;  ho.  Wennetta, 
Sandyhills,  Shettleston. 

Anderson,  Samuel,  book-keeper  (at  Lorimer  &  Moyes'), 
house,  8  Prince  Edward  street,  Crosshill. 

Anderson  &  Shaw,  rectifiers,  wholesale  tea,  wine,  and 
spirit  merchants,  6,  10,  and  12  West  Campbell  st. 

Anderson,  T.  A.,  writer,  227  West  George  St.;  ho. 
20  Oakfield  terrace,  Hillhead 

Anderson,  Thomas  A.,  3  Hayfield  ter.,  Langside. 

Anderson,  Thomas  R.,  cabinetmaker,  11  North 
Coburg  street;  house,  116  Norfolk  street. 

Anderson,  Thomas,  fishmonger,  poulterer,  ice  mer- 
chant, and  licensed  game  dealer,  58  and  60  West 
Nile  street ;  house,  196  West  Regent  street. 

Anderson,  Thomas,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  230 
High  street ;  house,  93  North  Frederick  street. 

Anderson,  Thos.,  plumber,  gasfitter,  and  zinc  worker, 
26  John  Knox  street;  house,  30  do. 

Anderson,  Thomas  (of  Anderson  &  Co.),  iron- 
founders,  Partick;   ho.  14  Hay  burn  crescerit,  do. 

Anderson,  Thomas  (of  James  Anderson  &  Co., 
calenderers),  house,  88  Cowcaddens. 

Anderson,  Thomas,  &  Co.,  manufacturers,  37  East 
Ingram  street. 

Anderson,  Thomas,  writer  (of  M'Grigor,  Donald,  & 
Co.),  house,  19  Huntly  gardens. 

Anderson,  Thomas,  cartage  contractor  and  forwarding 
agent,  32  Hope  st. ;  ho.  Bunhouse  Mills,  Partick. 

Anderson,  Thomas,  dairyman,  300  Dumbarton  road. 

Anderson,  T.  L.,  head  teacher  Lome  Hall  Public 
School,  9  South  Coburg  st.;    ho.  29  Apsley  pi. 

Anderson,  Thomas  Miles,  photographic  artist,  56 
Jamaica  street ;  house,  Berrybank,  Ashton. 

Anderson,  Thomas  R.,  hosier,  42  Candleriggs ; 
house,  116  Norfolk  street. 

Anderson,  Thos.  M.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  117  Sword  st. 

Anderson,  Thomas,  baker,  38  Clelland  street ;  house, 
97  Hospital  street. 

Anderson  &  Wallach,  drysalters,  oil  and  stearine 
manufacturers,  Abercorn  Oil  Works,  Paisley ;  office, 
Virginia  buildings. 

Anderson,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  American  produce  and 
commission  merchants,  Corn  Exchange  buildings, 
29  Waterloo  street. 

Anderson,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  manufacturers,  16  Prince's 
square,  and  78  Queen  Victoria  street,  London. 

Anderson,  Wm.,  family  grocer,  tea  and  wine  mer- 
chant, 177  Cowcaddens  ;  tea  merchant  and  general 
grocer,  68  Main  street,  Anderston  ;  house,  Mag- 
gielea  cottage,  Cambuslang. 

Anderson,  William,  draper,  5  Knightswood  place, 
Paisley  road,  West;  house,  4  Lome  street,  do. 

Anderson,  Wm.,  baker  and  confectioner,  81  Struan 
terrace,  Crosshill ;  house,  6  Hilton  terrace,  Albert 
road. 


ANDEESON. 


-GENEEAL  DIEECTOEY.- 


-ANGLO-GEEMAN. 


Anderson  Wm.,  flesher,  56  Maitland  street ;  house,  5 

Elgin  place,  Strathbungo. 
Anderson,  William  (of  Anderson  &  Elder),  residence, 

Deanbank,  Bruce  road,  Polloksbields. 
Anderson,  Wm.,  furnishings,  46  Dunchattan  street ; 

house,  44  do. 
Anderson,  W.  &  A.,  grocers  and  wine  merchants,  15 

and  16  Easton  terrace,  Paisley  road. 
Anderson,  William,  spirit  merchant,  92  Barrack  st. ; 

house,  84  John  street. 
Anderson,  Wm.  (of  Kerr,  Andersons,  Muir,  &  Main), 

149  W.  George  street. 
Anderson,  William,  agent  N.  B.  Railway,  Camlachie 

station,  East  Nelson  st.;  ho.  110  Ingleby  drive, 

Dennistoun. 
Anderson,   William  (of  William  Anderson  &  Co.), 

29  Waterloo  street;  ho.  Kerelaw,  Stevenston. 
Anderson,    W.   Boyd   (of  Andersons    &    Pattison), 

residence,  Ashburne,  Milliken  Park. 
Anderson,  Wm.,  flesher,  135  East  George  street;  ho. 

48  North  Portland  street. 
Anderson,  William,  butcher,  12  Bute  terrace,  Strath- 
bungo ;  house,  5  Elgin  place. 
Anderson,  Wm.  M.,  National  Bank  of  Scotland  ;  ho. 

2  Teviot  terrace,  Kelvinside. 
Anderson,  Wm.  J.  (of  Kerr,  Anderson,  Muir,  &  Main), 

149  W.  George  street. 
Anderson,  Wm.,  jun.  (of  Anderson  &  Co.),  residence, 

Maggielea,  Cambuslang. 
Anderson,  Wm.,  rag  merchant,  Kirk  Street,  Gorbals. 
Anderson,  Wm.,  plumber,  gasfitter,  and  lead  merchant, 

48  Sauchiehall  street  and  52  Greenside  street,  s.s. ; 

house,  3  M'Aslin  street. 
Anderson,     Wm.,     Clydesdale    Bank ;    house,    15 

Alexandrina  place,  Crossbill. 
Anderson,  Wm.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  70  Een- 

field  street;  house,  93  North  Hanover  street. 
Anderson,  William,  wholesale  and  manufactur- 
ing stationer,  44  Queen  street ;  house,  Arns-Brae, 

New  Kilpatrick. 
Anderson,  William,  brickbuilder,  50  Whitevale  st. 
Anderson,  William,  joiner,  50  South  Woodside  road ; 

house,  22  Arlington  street. 
Anderson,  Wm.,  pump  boot  manufacturer,   1  Little 

Dovehill. 
Anderson,  William,  baker,  25  Castle  street;  house, 

27  do. 
Anderson,  W.  F.  G.  (of  Henderson  Brothers'),  res. 

9  Hillhead  Gardens. 

Anderson,  William  Snell  (at  Graham  F.  Eoss'),  house, 

10  Hayburn  crescent,  Partick. 

Anderson,  L.  &  C,  dressmaking  and  furnishings, 
779  Gallowgate;  house,  756  do. 

Anderson,  Mrs.  Agnes,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  186 
Govan  street ;  house,  182  do. 

Anderson,  Mrs.  Margaret,  confectioner,  12  Duke  st. 

Anderson,  Mrs.  T.,  lodgings,  27  Sandyford  place. 

Anderson,  Mrs.  Wm.,  377  Duke  st. 

Anderson,  Mrs.,  3  Mansfield  place,  West  Eegent  st. 

Anderson,  Mrs.,  dressmaker  and  milliner,  527  Gal- 
lowgate ;  house,  31  Eeidvale  street. 

Anderson,  Mrs.,  hosier,  65  Cumberland  street,  s.s. 

Anderson,  Mrs.,  midwife  and  ladies'  nurse,  7  St. 
George's  terrace,  Paisley  road. 

AndersoD,  Mrs.,  cowfeeder,  8  and  32  Slatefield  st. ; 
house,  25  do. 

Anderson,  Miss  Mary,  fruiterer  and  greengrocer,  190 
Watt  street;  house,  98  Pollok  street. 

Anderson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  116  Norfolk  street. 


Anderson,  Misses,  milliners,  cloak  and  dress  makers, 

179  Crown  street. 
Anderson,  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  16  Eutland  cres. 
Anderson,  Misses  J.  &  E,,  milliners,  132  Stirling  rd. 
Anderson's   College,   204    George   street;    James 

Eowe,  janitor. 
Anderson's    Eoyal    Polytechnic    warehouse,    bazaar, 

and  fine  art  galleries,  91,  93,  95,  97,  99  Argyle  st. 
Andbkston  Apothecary  Hall,  2  Washington  street. 
Anderston  Bottle  Works,  Lancefield  street. 
Anderston  Established  Church,  corner  of  St.  Vincent 

street    and  Dumbarton   road;    Eev,  John  Watt, 

B.D.,  minister,  5  Lansdowne  crescent. 
Anderston  Foundry  Co.,  machine  makers,  mill  furnish- 
ers,  ironfounders,   and  manufacturers  of  railway 

permanent  way  materials,  100  Cheapside  street. 
Anderston  Free    Church,  89  Cadogan   street;  Eev. 

J.  M.  Sloan. 
Anderston  Post  Office,  11  Washington  street. 
Anderston  Police  Office,  Cranston  street,  Anderston. 
Anderston  Public  School,  18  and  24  Catherine  st., 

Anderston. 
Anderston  Eope  Works,  19  Stobcross  st.,  Anderston. 
Anderston  U.P.  Church,  Church  place,  Main  street ; 

Eev.  J.  L.  Aikman,  D.D.,  8  Sandyford  place. 
ANDEEW,  Allan,  tobacconist,  231  Stobcross  street. 
Andrew,  Alex.,    superintendent  of  police,  Northern 

Police  Chambers,  19  Maitland  street ;  house,  86 

Main  street,  Garnethill. 
Andrew,  Eev.  Alexander,  minister,  Cunningham  Free 

Church,  Govan  street,  off  Hospital  st. ;  house,  22 

Abbotsford  place. 
Andrew,  Burns,  wholesale  and  export  stationer,  100 

Brunswick  street,  and  85  Candleriggs  St.;  house, 

Fairholm  villa,  Albert  road,  Langside. 
Andrew,  James,  dairyman,  104  Naburn  street;  ho. 

42  Hutcheson  square. 
Andrews,   James,   twister   and   yarn   merchant,   67 

John  street,  Bridgeton,  and  33  Abercromby  street, 

Calton ;  house,  15  Newhall  ter. 
Andrew,  John,  Union  Bank ;  ho.  Templehill,  Troon. 
Andrew,  John,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  18 

West  Milton  street ;  house,  124  North  John  st. 
Andrew,  John,  writer  (at  Mitchells,  Cowan,  &  John- 
ston's), 160  West  George  street;  house,  7  Berlin 

place,  Polloksbields. 
Andrew,  John  F.,  commission  agent,  1  Prince's  square. 
Andrews,  Eobert,  wholesale  ironmonger  and  hardware 

merchant,  368  Argyle  st.;  house,  356  do. 
Andrew   &   Thorn,    mights   and   joiners,    9   West 

Graham  street. 
Andrew,  Walter  (at  M'Eachran,  Loudon,  &  Co.'s), 

house,  Gateside,  Barrhead. 
Andrew,  Wm.,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  95  and  97 

Great  Western  road ;  ho.  386  Lansdowne  terrace. 
Andrew,  Wm.,  26  Buchanan  street;  res.  Longford 

villa,  Uddingston. 
Andrew,  William,  grocer,  177  Govan  street. 
Andrew,  William,  cab  proprietor,  24J  Summer  st., 

Mile-end  ;  house,  53  John  street,  city. 
Andrews,  Mrs.  A.  H.,  Matron  of  Glasgow  Servants' 

Institution,  350  Sauchiehall  st. ;  ho.  126  Eenfrew  st. 
Andrew,  Mrs.,  shawl  fringer  and  twiner,  59  Hutche- 
son street ;  house,  163  Eeidvale  street. 
ANGEL,  S.  G.,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  294 

Possil  road ;   ho.  8  Balmore  street,  Possil  park. 
Anglo-American  Telegraph  Company  (Limited), 

John  Lamont  &  Co.,  agents,  59  St  Vincent  st. 
Anglo-German  Club,  62  Jamaica  street. 


ANGUS. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. ARCHIBALD. 


89 


ANGUS,  David  (at  H.  Grieve's,  65  Oswald  St.),  ho. 

220  Berkeley  street. 
Angus,    James,   storekeeper,  Glasgow  Storage   Co., 

Limited,  Dundas  street,  s.s.  ;  bo.  142  Pollok  st. 
Angus,  James,  cartwright,  spring  van,    and    lorry 

builder,  9  Dalmarnock  street ;  bouse,  Braidfauld, 

Tollcross. 
Angus,  James  (at  A.  &  W.  Glen's),  2  Monteith  row. 
Angus,   James,   letter   carrier,    G.P.O.;   house,  113 

Rottenrow. 
Angus,  John,  overseer,  Canal  Works,  Old  Basin,  Port 

Dundas. 
Angus,  John,  dairyman,  &c,  13  Old  Dumbarton  rd. 
Angus,  John,   &  Co.,  manufacturers  of  coach  and 

saddlery  mountings,   12  West  Howard  street,  and 

Walsall  Works,  12  Canal  street,  Port  Eglinton. 
Angus  &  Menzies,  home  and  foreign  produce  mer- 
chants and  brokers,  19  Cadogan  street. 
Angus,  Nathaniel,  detective  officer,  Plantation  street 

Police  Office ;  house,  40  Lambhill  street. 
Angus,  Robert  S.  (of  Angus  &  Menzies),  house,  2 

Monteith  row. 
Angus,  Robert,  general  draper,  1  Moss  view,  Cross- 

myloof. 
Angus,  Wm.,  sewing  machine  maker,  75  E.  Howard 

street;  house,  3  Meadowpark  street. 
Angus,  William,  F.E.I.S.,  head  master,    Sister    st. 

Public  School ;  house,  43  Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Angus,  William  (of  Pringle  &  Angus),  house,  339 

Crown  street. 
Angus,  William,  painter,  530  St.  Vincent  st. ;  house, 

8  Pembroke  street. 
Angus,    William    (of  Horn    &   Angus),   house,    3 

Meadowpark  street,  Dennistoun. 
Angus,    W.   Craibe,    picture  dealer,   importer  of 

works  of  art,   agent  for  hearth  tiles  and  stained 

glass   for   church  memorial   windows,  159  Queen 

st;  res.  Donmouth,  Ayton  road,  Pollokshields. 
Angus,  Mrs.  0.,  coal  agent,  40  Shamrock  st.,  west. 
Angus,  Catherine  King,  365  Bath  crescent. 
Angus,  M.,  milliner,  227  Main  street,  Bridgeton. 
Angus's  Temperance  Hotel,  127  Argyle  street. 
ANN  ACKER,  William,  pork  butcher  and  sausage 

maker,  2  Wellington  arcade  and  212  North  street. 
ANNAN,  A.  J.  (of  W.,  E.,  &  A.  J.  Annan,  writers), 

house,  1  Sandyford  place. 
Annan,  Edward  (of  W.,  E.,  &  A.  J.  Annan,  writers), 

house,  1  Sandyford  place. 
Annan,  John,  accountant  (MacLean  &  Brodie's),  ho. 

11  Hillsborough  square,  Hillhead. 
Annan,  Robert,  153  Sauchiehall  street;  house,  34 

Glasgow  street,  Hillhead. 
Annan,  Thomas  &   Robert,  portrait  and  landscape 

photographers,  fine  art  merchants  and  publishers, 

153   Sauchiehall  street;  printing   establishments, 

Glenbank,  Lenzie,  and  Bothwell  road,  Hamilton. 
Annan,  Thomas  (of  Thomas  &  Robert  Annan),  ho. 

Eltnbank,  Lenzie. 
Annan,  William  (of  W.,  E.,  &  A.  J.  Annan,  writers), 

house,  1  Sandyford  place. 
Annan,  W.,  E.,&  A.  J.,  writers,  112  W.  Regent  st. 
ANNAND,  John,  English   master,   Glasgow  Aca- 
demy, house,  461  Sauchiehall  street. 
Annand,  Wm.,  draper,  118  Garngad  road. 
ANNAN  DALE,  John,  hay  and  grain  merchant,  73 

West  Milton  st.;  ho.  76  Cambridge  street. 
Annfield  Potteet,  573  Gallowgate. 
Annuities  Office,  W.  J.  Carswell,  C.A.,  141   St. 

Vincent  street. 


Annuity  Society,   87    West  Regent   street ;    Robert 

Dunlop,  secretary. 
ANSCHEL     &     Herberts,    button    manufacturers, 

Barmen,  Germany ;  George  E.   Philip,   agent,  19 

Waterloo  street. 
Antitropic  Co.,  manufacturers  of  glacialine,  126 

Renfield   street;  manager's  address,  75  Kelvinside 

avenue,  Maryhill. 
ANTON,  G.,  &  Co.,  bedding  and  drapery  warehouse, 

296  Garscube  road. 
ANTONIO,  Joseph  (of  Marston  Bros.,  Birmingham), 

57  Mitchell  street ;    house,  Springhill,   Maxwell 

road,  Pollokshields. 
Antwerp  and  Glasgow  Steamers,  via  Leith  ;  James 

Gardiner  &  Co.,  agents,  43  Renfield  street. 
Antwerp  direct  Steamer's  Office,  2  Oswald  street. 
APPERSON,  Henry,  basketmaker,  73  John  Street ; 

house,  8  Black  street. 
Appollinaeis  Company  (Limited)  of  London  ;  A. 

Brown  &  Co.,  agents,  10  Prince's  square. 
ARBOUIN,    Marrett     &    Co.,    distillers,    Cognac, 

France ;  J.  B.  SherrifF,  agent,  5  Wellington  st. 
ARBUCKLE,   Archd.,    law    clerk,   (at  Wallace    & 

King's,  writers),  58  W.  Regent  street. 
Arbuckle,  Francis, cork  manufacturer,  413  Gallowgate. 
Arbuckle,   Hugh,   &   Son,  slaters  and  plasterers,  54 

John  street,  Bridgeton ;  house,  117  Greenhead  st. 
Arbuckle,  Jas.,  cork  manufacturer,  49  Montrose  st. 
Arbuckle,  John,  glass  and  china  merchant,  376  New 

City  road,  and  36   St.  George's  road ;  house,  34 

St.  George's  road. 
Arbuckle,  John,  cork  manufacturer,  67  Oswald  st. 
Arbuckle,  Thomas,  bottle  agent,  52  Oxford  street ; 

house,  54  do. 
Arbuckle,   Thomas,  cork  merchant,  and  importer  of 

foreign  hand  cut  corks,  52  Oxford  st. ;  ho.  54  do. 
Arbuckle,  Thomas,   sealing  wax   agent,    52  Oxford 

street ;  house,  54  do. 
Arbuckle,    Wm.,    wine   and    spirit    merchant,    119 

Canning  street,    Calton  ;  house,  8  Morris  place. 
Arbuckle,  Wm.,  meal   and  grain    merchant,    Leith 

Head  Mills,  Kirknewton;  at  Mrs.   M 'Lines',  12 

Hutcheson  street,  every  Monday  night. 
Arbuckle,  Mrs.,  matron  of  the  Home   for  Deserted 

Mothers,  308  Renfrew  street. 
Arbuckle,  Elizabeth,  spirit  merchant.  15  Little  st., 

Calton;  house,  112  West  street,  do. 
ARCHER,    Rowland,   manufacturer   of   oil   cloths, 

tarpaulins,    &c,     Manchester.      Agent — Henry 

Yuile,  jun.,  184  Buchanan  street. 
ARCHIBALD,  Ebenezer,  grocer  and  provision  mer- 
chant, 173  Crookston  street ;  house,  1  Brougham 

terrace,  Crosshill. 
Archibald,  Ebenezer,  provision  merchant,  105  Eglinton 

street ;  house,  1  Brougham  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Archibald,  H.  &  E.,  stationers  and  tobacconists,  170 

St  George's  road;  ho.  16  Rosehall  st. 
Archibald,   Henry,   publisher,  agent,  and  bookseller, 

40  John  street ;  house,  114  Wellpark  ter. 
Archibald,  Robert,  captain  (at  G.  &  J.  Burns'),  ho. 

13  Easton  terrace,  Paisley  road. 

Archibald,  Rev.  Robert,  retired  clergyman,  house, 

14  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 

Archibald,  Walter,  tailor  and  clother,  139  West  Nile 

street ;  house,  141  do. 
Archibald,  William,   plumber,   4   Kennedy    street; 

house,  3  Tennent  street. 
Archibald,  Wm.,  Union  Bank  of  Scotland ;    house, 

Leslie  cottage,  Broomhouse. 


90 


ARDBEG.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-ARNOT. 


Akdbeg  Distillery,  Islay  ;  Buchanan,  Wilson,  &  Co., 

agents,  40  St.  Vincent  place;    store,  29  James 

Watt  street. 
Aedeer    Foundry    Co.,  ironfounders ;    Murray    & 

Stewart,    agents,    98    Commerce    street ;    works, 

Stevenston. 
Ardeer  Iron  Works  Office,  127  St.  Vincent  street. 
ARGAR,  Mrs.,  milliner,  117  Douglas  street. 
Argentine  consulate ;    Graham   Gilmour,    consul, 

114  West  Nile  street ;  house,  4  St  James'  terrace. 
Argyle  Baths,  366  Argyle  street. 
Argyle  Free  Gaelic  Church,  16  Oswald  street. 
Argyle   Hotel,    6    Union    street,    and    172    Argyle 

street ;  Wm.  Pender,  proprietor. 
Argyle  Ironmongery   Co.,  gas  cooking  and  heating 

engineers,    and    general  house    furnishing    iron- 
mongers, 261b  Argyle  street. 
ARIS,   John  S.,   commission  agent,    20  Union  st: 

house,  Granville  buildings,  Keir  st.,  Pollokshields. 
ARKISON,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  9  Main  street, 

Anderston. 
Arlington  Swimming  Club,  61  Arlington  street. 
ARMFIELD,  Edward,  &  Co.,  button  manufacturers 

and   factors,    Birmingham ;   J.    Elder,  agent,  19 

W.  Howard  street. 
ARMITAGE  &  Rigbys,  manufacturers,  Manchester ; 

James  Doig,  agent,  33  Virginia  street ;  house,  3 

Wendover  crescent,  Mount  Florida. 
ARMOUR,    Allan,    house   factor    and    builder,    65 

Jamaica  Street ;   house,   Jane   villa,  Bruce  road, 

Pollokshields. 
Armour,  Andrew,  agent  for  R.  S.  Newall  &  Co.,  68 

Anderston  quay ;  ho.  53  St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Armour,    Andrew,    provision    merchant,    60    Great 

Hamilton  st.;  house,  174  Claythorne  st. 
Armour,  David,  dairyman,  222  Crookston  street ;  ho. 

40  Ardgowan  street,  Paisley  road. 
Armour,  Hugh,  stair  railer,  84  Pitt  street ;  house,  13 

Cleveland  street. 
Armour,  James,  janitor,  St.  Enoch  school,  43  Rope- 
work  lane  ;  house,  5  North  Coburg  street,  s.s. 
Armour,  John,  provision  merchant,  263  Main  street, 

s.s.  ;  house,  244  Cumberland  street,  s.s. 
Armour,  John,  dairyman,  274  Thistle  st;  ho.  274  do. 
Armour,   John,    grain   merchant,  74   London  road ; 

house,  121  Greenhead  street. 
Armour,  Jonathan,    house-factor  and   architect,   65 

Jamaica  street ;  ho.  7  Sedan  place,  Paisley  road. 
Armour,  Robert,  shipsmith,  anchor  and  chain  maker, 

6  Mavisbank  Quay,    s.s.,  and    7   Railway  Arch, 

Kelvinhaugh  ;  ho.  13  Kensington  terrace,  Paisley 

road. 
Armour,  Robert  S.,  jun.  (at  R.  Armour's,  Mavisbank), 

house,  13  Kensington  terrace,  Paisley  road,  W. 
Armour,  Thos.  W.,  draper  and  clothier,  23  Scotia  st. 
Armour,  William,  382  Duke  street. 
Armour,  William,   grocer,    250   Cumberland  street ; 

house,  Cathcart. 
Armour,   Wm.,  civil  engineer  and  land  surveyor  (at 

A.  Laughlen's),  207  West  George  street;    house, 

355  Bath  crescent. 
Armour,  Mrs.  J.,  milliner,  207  Waddel  st. 
Armour,  Mrs.  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  132 

Broad  st.,  Mile-end,  68  Stevenson  st,  47  Main  st, 

Bridgeton,  and  43  King  st,  Calton  ;  house,  135 

Greenhead  terrace. 
Armour,  Miss,  dress  and  cloak  maker,  355  Bath  st. 
Armour,   Elizabeth,  hosier  and  draper,  86  Canning 

street. 


ARMSTRONG  Brothers  &  Co.,  iron  merchants  and 

steam  ship  owners,  3  Royal  Exchange  court. 
Armstrong,  C,  &  Sons,  hat  and  cap  manufacturers, 

1  Argyle  street. 
Armstrong,  Charles  (of  C.  Armstrong  &  Sons),  house, 

Thrushgrove,  Kilmarnock. 
Armstrong  &  Co.,  brace,  belt,  and  vest  strap  manufac- 
turers, 13  South  Exchange  place. 
Armstrong,  F.,  &  Co.,  iron  and  metal  merchants,  97, 

99  St.  James'  road. 
Armstrong,  F.  (of  F.  Armstrong  &  Co.),  house,  377 

Bath  crescent. 
Armstrong,   James,    cashier,  City  of    Glasgow  Life 

Assurance  Co.,  28ARenfield  st. ;  ho.  6  Albert  drive. 
Armstrong,  James  (at  Jas.  Aspin's),  ho.  46  Pollok 

street. 
Armstrong,   James,   grocer  and  provision  merchant, 

22  Green  st.,  Calton  ;  house,  83  do. 
Armstrong,  James  W.,  measurer  (at  Geo.  Smellie's, 

107  Bath  street),  house,  66  South  Portland  st. 
Armstrong,  John,  dairyman,  303  Garscube  road. 
Armstrong,  John,  church-officer,  Pollokshields  Parish. 

Church. 
Armstrong,  John  (of  C.  Armstrong  &  Son),  house, 

67  Abbotsford  place. 
Armstrong,  John,  haircutter,  8  Dunlop  street ;  ho. 

95  Caledonia  road. 
Armstrong,  Maxwell  R.,  fishmonger,  422  New  City  rd., 

and  31  Gibson  st,  Hillhead;  ho.  2  Abington  st. 
Armstrong,  Rich,  (of  C.  Armstrong  &  Sons),  house, 

Thrushgrove,  Kilmarnock. 
Armstrong,  Rev.Robt,  A.M.,  minister  of  St.Matthew's, 

Bothwell  street,  W. ;  house,  11  Burnbank  terrace. 
Armstrong,  Robt.  (of  Armstrong  &  Shaw) ;  house, 

92  Buccleuch  street. 
Armstrong   &   Shaw,   wine    merchants,    141   West 

Regent  street. 
Armstrong,  Thos.  N.  (of  Armstrong  Brothers  &  Co.), 

house,  6  Rupert  street 
Armstrong,  William  (of  Laurie  &  Armstrong)  ;  house, 

52  Dundas  street,  s.s. 
Armstrong,  W.  J.  (of  Armstrong  Brothers  &  Co.), 

residence,  Carrickarden,  New  Kilpatrick. 
ARNEIL,  Robt.,  commercial  traveller,  94  Napiers- 

hall  street. 
ARNOLD,   Hugh,   produce   broker,  54  St.    Enoch 

Square  ;  res.  Moville  Cottage,  Clyde  st,  Partick. 
ARNOTT,  Archibald,  accountant,  insurance  and  pro- 
perty agent,  124  St.  Vincent  street ;  ho.  5  Ardine 

terrace,  Crosshill. 
Arnott  &  Co.,  warehousemen,  19  Jamaica  street  and 

8  Adam's  Court  lane. 
Arnot,  David  A.  (of  the  Oak  Foundry  Co.),  house, 

353  Bath  crescent 
Arnot,    David,  house  factor,   insurance   agent,   and 

valuator,  120  South  Portland  street. 
Arnott,   Henry,  grocer,   30   Norfolk  street ;  house, 

134  Crown  street,  s.s. 
Arnott,  James,  potato  merchant,  559  Gallowgate. 
Arnot,  James  Craig  (of  T.  Arnot  &  J.  Christie  & 

Co.,  162,  164  St.  Vincent  street),  house,  Under- 

cliff,  Wemyss  Bay. 
Arnot,  James  (of  Henderson  &  Arnot) ;  house,  32 

Cromwell  street. 
Arnott,  James,  saddler,  335  New  City  road  ;  house, 

214  North  Woodside  load. 
Arnot,  John,  mason   and  monumental  sculptor  in 

granite,  marble,  and  freestone,  433  Great  Eastern 

road;  house,  265  do. 


ARNOTT. GENERAL   DIRECTORY. ASBESTOS. 


91 


Arnott,  Sir  John,  &  Co.,  brewers,  Cork ;  82  and  84 
M Alpine  street ;  John  M'Fadzean,  agent. 

Arnott,  Kobt.,  teacher,  Kelvinside  Academy ;  house, 
7  Hyndland  street,  Partick. 

Arnot,  Robert  C,  commission  agent,  33  Virginia  st. ; 
house,  22  Windsor  terrace. 

Arnott,  R.  H.,  commission  agent,  81  Bath  street; 
house,  4  Beaufort  gardens,  Govanhill. 

Arnot,  Thomas,  house  and  ship  painter  and  decora- 
tor, 162  St.  Vincent  st.  and  97  West  George  lane. 

Arnot,  Thomas,  draper,  209  Gallowgate. 

Arnott,  Thomas  L.  (of  Arnott  &  Co.),  residence, 
Laurel  Bank,  Partick. 

Arnott,  William,  minister  of  Dennistoun  Evangelical 
Union  Church,  East  Miller  St.;  ho.  23  Roslea  drive. 

Arnott,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  drapers,  14  Bridgeton  Cross. 

Arnott,  William,  corn  factor,  54  Hope  street ;  house, 
Lome  cottage,  Pollokshields. 

Arnot,  Wm.  (of  W.  Arnot  &  Son),  house,  36  Regent 
Park  square. 

Arnot,  W.,  &  Sons,  tea  merchants,  52  St.  Enoch 
square. 

Arnot,  Misses,  22  Windsor  terrace. 

ARROL,  Archibald  (of  Archibald  Arrol  &  Sons),  ho. 
18  Blythswood  square. 

Arrol,  Archibald  T.  (of  Archibald  Arrol  &  Sons), 
residence,  Millgrove  House,  Alloa. 

Arrol,  Archd.,  &  Sons,  brewers  and  mer- 
chants, Alloa  Brewery,  Alloa ;  Stores,  Craighall, 
Port  Dundas  ;  office,  16  Dixon  street;  agents  for 
Duff,  Gordon,  &  Co.,  Cadiz  ;  Hanappier  &  Co., 
Bordeaux  ;  J.  Denis,  Hy.  Mounie,  &  Co.,  Cognac  ; 
Wm.  Ritchie,  Glenury  Royal  Distillery,  Stonehaven  ; 
Thomas  Stewart,  Glenturit  Distillery,  Crieff ;  Glen- 
glassaugh  Distillery  Co.,  Portsoy,  Banffshire  ;  Perez 
Lonano  &  Co.,  Tarragona ;  Arthur  Guinness,  Son, 
and  Co.,  Dublin;  Combe  &  Co.,  London;  London 
and  Manchester  Plate  Glass  Co.,  Sutton  ;  H.  J. 
Bivort,  Jumet,  Belgium. 

Arrol,  James  (of  Wm.  Arrol  &  Co.),  house,  4 
Beechwood  place,  Dalmarnock  road. 

Arrol,  John  H.  (of  George  Millar  &  Co.,  bolt  and 
rivet  manufacturers),  ho.  309  London  road. 

Arroll,  Richard  H.,  painter  and  decorator,  214  Great 
Western  road  ;  house,  19  Gardner  street. 

Arrol,  T.  Arthur,  Clutha  ironworks;  house,  18 
Blythswood  square. 

Arrol,  Walter  (of  Archibald  Arrol  &  Sons),  house,  18 
Blythswood  square. 

Arrol,  Wm.  A.  (of  Archibald  Arrol  &  Sons),  house, 
18  Blythswood  square. 

Arrol,  William,  &  Co.,  engineers  and  contractors, 
Dalmarnock  Ironworks,  249  Baltic  street. 

Art  Union  of  Glasgow ;  Alex.  Moore,  C.A.,  secre- 
tary, 128  Hope  street. 

Art  Union  of  London  ;  Geo.  M'Farlane,  C.A.,  hon. 
secretary,  179  West  George  street. 

ARTHUR,  Alexander,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  260 
High  street ;  house,  23  George  street. 

Arthur,  Alex.  B.,  watchmaker,  goldsmith,  and  jeweller, 
135  Canning  st. 

Arthur,  Allan,  Fletcher,  &  Co.,  turkey  red  dyers  and 

calico  printers,  4  Victoria  buildings,  W.  Regent  st. 

Keys  with  John  A.  Stewart,  10  Catherine  street, 

off  Parliamentary  road. 

Arthur,  Andrew  Joseph  (at  Craig  &  Rose's),  ho.  2 

Hamilton  drive. 
Arthur,  Andrew  T.  (of  Allan  Arthur,   Fletcher,  & 
Co.),  house,  7  Alfred  terrace. 


Arthur,  Charles  (at  Glasgow  Pottery),  ho.  2  Hamil- 
ton drive,  Hillhead. 
Arthur,  Charles,  storekeeper,  60  and  70  Fox  st. 
Arthur  &  Co.,  Limited,  warehousemen  and  manufac- 
turers,  78  Queen  street ;  factory,  William  street, 

Anderston,  and  at  Londonderry. 
Arthur,    David,    commercial   traveller  (at  D.  &  J. 

Parker's),  house,  Victoria  buildings,  Kenmure  St., 

Pollokshields. 
Arthur,  Fred.  W.,  St  Rollox  Flint  Glass  Works;  ho. 

2  Hamilton  drive,  Hillhead. 
Arthur,    G.,  tobacconist,    387   Gallowgate;    house, 

427  do. 
Arthur,  Geo.,  wholesale  button  factor,  49  Jamaica  st. 
Arthur  &  Hinshaw,  oil  merchants  and  drysalters,  32, 

Bothwell  street ;  stores,  37  St  Vincent  lane. 
Arthur,  Rev.  James,  E,  C.  Church,  Springburn;  ho. 

The  Manse,  Hillhouse. 
Arthur,  James  R.  (of  W.  &  J.  Arthur),  residence, 

Hill  House,  The  Manse,  Springburn. 
Arthur,  James  (of  Arthur  &  Co.),   residence,  Bar- 

shaw,  near  Paisley. 
Arthur,  John,  wool  and  engine  waste  merchant,  54 

Moncnr  street ;  house,  9  WhitehilF  street. 
Arthur,  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,   163   Trongate ; 

house,  4  Somerville  place. 
Arthur,    John  (of  Muirhead  &  Arthur),    residence, 

North  Bank  house,  Bothwell. 
Arthur,   John    C.    (at  G.  &  J.   Burns'),    house,  2 

Hamilton  drive,  Hillhead. 
Arthur,  John,  jun.,  Woodlands,  Milngavie. 
Arthur,  John  M.  (at  Mowat  &  Muir's),  ho.  440  New 

road. 
Arthur,  John  W.  (of  Allan  Arthur,  Fletcher,  &  Co.), 

house,  3  Granby  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Arthur,  J.  &  T.,  bakers,  59  Sauchiehall  street ;  ho. 

115  Renfield  street. 
Arthur,  M.  (of  Arthur  &  Co.),  ho.  Barshaw,  Paisley. 
Arthur,  Mrs.  Allan,  7  Alfred  Terrace,  Hillhead. 
Arthur,  Robert,  provision  merchant,  92  Mainst.,  s.s.; 

house,  318  Cumberland  street. 
Arthur,  Robert,  engraver  on  wood,  60  Kyle  street; 

house,  50  Falkland  place,  St  George's  road. 
Arthur,  Sam.,  hardware  and  fancy  goods  dealer,  58, 

60  Stevenson  street;  house,  3  Tobago  street. 
Arthur,  Thomas,  church-officer,  Dalmarnock   Esta- 
blished Church  ;  house,  645  Dalmarnock  road. 
Arthur,  Thomas  Glen  (of  Arthur  &  Co.),  res.  Bais- 

haw,  Paisley. 
Arthur,  Thomas  B.  Rae  (at  Muir,  Brown,  &  Co.'s),  ho. 

1  Crown  Gardens,  Dowanhill. 
Arthur,  Wm.  (of  W.  &  J.  Arthur),  residence,  Hill 

House,  The  Manse,  Springburn. 
Arthur,  Wm.  (at  Wylie  &  Lochhead's),  house,  45 

Annette  street,  Govanhill. 
Arthur,  W.  Rae  (of  Muir,  Brown,  &  Co.),  ho.  1  Crown 

gardens,  Dowanhill. 
Arthur,  W.  R.,  commission  merchant,  25  Robertson 

street ;  house,  13  Prince  of  Wales  ter.,  Hillhead. 
Arthur,   W.    &   J.,  wine  brokers,  101  St.  Vincent 

street. 
Arthur,   Mrs.  Alexander,  wine  merchant,  4  and   6 

M'Pherson  street ;  house,  144  Graeme  street. 
Arthur,  Mrs.  Chas.,  dairy,  97  Stobcross  st. ;  house,  2 

Whitehall  street. 
Asbestos  (Patent)  Manufacture  Company  (Limited), 

manufacturers    of    asbestos    packing,     millboard 

cement,    &c. ;     James    Wotherspoon,    managing 

director,  31  St.  Vincent  place. 


92 


ASHBURY.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. AULD. 


Ashbury  Railway  Carriage  and  Iron  Company 
(Limited),  Manchester,  manufacturers  of  every 
description  of  railway  carriages  and  waggons, 
wrought  and  cast  iron  carriage  and  waggon 
wheels,  tyres,  axles,  bar  iron,  hammered  uses  and 
heavy  smith  work  for  engineers,  millwrights,  &c., 
iron  roofing,  girders,  turntables,  water  columns, 
water  tanks,  pumps,  travelling  and  fixed  cranes, 
switches  and  crossings,  &c. ;  sole  agent  for  Scot- 
land, Jas.  Ritchie,  jun.,  119  St  Vincent  street. 

ASHCROFT,  Hugh  M.,  teacher,  14  Hamilton  cres- 
cent, Partick  ;  house,  10  do. 

ASHER,  William,  reporter  Evening  Citizen;  res. 
Argyle  Villa,  Langside. 

Asher,  Mrs.  P.,  furrier,  77  Renfield  street. 

ASPIN,  James,  varnish  and  japan  manufacturer,  51 
Hydepark  street ;  house,  1  India  street,  west. 

ASSAFREY,  A.  T.,  foreign  confectioner  and  choco- 
late manufacturer,  sole  proprietor  of  the  celebrated 
Assafrey  toffie,  213  Sauchiehall  st. ;  house,  220  do. 

Assam  Tea  Co.,  tea  merchants,  93  Trongate. 

Assembly  Rooms,  138  Bath  street. 

Associated  Joiners'  Building  Company  (Limited), 
wrights  and  builders,  67  Ibrox  St.,  Govan;  John 
Morrison,  manager,  71  do. 

Association  for  the  Relief  of  Incurables  for  Glas- 
gow and  the  West  of  Scotland,  68  Bath  street ; 
W.  T.  MAuslane,  secretary. 

Association  for  Organizing  Charitable  Relief  and 
Repressing  Mendicity ;  John  S.  Robertson,  secy., 
68  Bath  street. 

Association  of  Underwriters,  Royal  Exchange. 

Association  Vinicole  de  Bordeaux,  agents,  Wright 
&  Reimers,  wine  shippers  and  brandy  shippers, 
27  Cowcaddens  street  and  457  Paisley  road. 

ASTON,  Albert,  Turkish  and  warm  bath  proprie- 
tor, hairdresser,  wholesale  and  retail  human  hair 
merchant,  perfumer,  fancy  goods  dealer  and  silver- 
smith, wholesale  warehouse  for  ladies'  real  hair, 
Argyle  Baths,  366  Argyle  street ;  house,  Cathkin 
view,  Langside. 

Asylum  for  the  Blind  Sale  Shops,  22  Candleriggs 
street,  262  Sauchiehall  street. 

Asylum  of  the  Little  Sisters  of  the  Poor,  for  Aged 
Infirm  Poor,  180  Garngad  Hill. 

Asylum  for  the  Blind,  102,106,  108  Castle  street, 
manufacturers  of  baskets,  brushes,  ropes,  twines, 
nets,  sacks,  door  mats,  beds,  mattresses,  wire 
riddles,  sieves,  knitted  and  crotchet  work,  &c. ; 
Wm.  Brown,  treasurer,  45  Dunlop  street ;  Robert 
Jameson,  secretary,  149  St.  Vincent  street;  John 
Brown,  superintendent ;  house,  125  North  John  St. 

Asylum  for  the  Houseless,  71  North  Frederick 
street. 

Asylum  for  Indigent  Old  Men,  81  Rottenrow;  James 
Fleming,  superintendent. 

Asylum,  Glasgow  Royal,  Gartnavel,  Great  Western 
road ;  Dr.  Yellowlees,  superintendent ;  J.  Caldwell, 
steward;  J.  R.  Strong,  treasurer,  110  West  George 
street ;  parcel  office,  Globe  Parcel  Office,  17 
Renfield  street. 

Athenaeum  Rooms,  110  Ingram  street. 

Atholk  Masonic  Lodge,  213  Buchanan  street. 

ATHYA,  John,  &  Son,  produce  and  commission 
.  merchants,  54  Gordon  street. 

Athya,  John  (of  John  Athya  &  Son),  residence,  Kirk- 
linton,  Langside. 

Athya,  John,  jun.  (of  John  Athya  &  Son),  residence, 
Kirklinton,  Langside. 


ATKIN,  Brothers,  electro-platers  and  silversmiths, 
Truro  works,  Sheffield,  and  Charterhouse  street, 
London  ;  Peter  W.  Dixon,  agent  for  Scotland,  75 
Buchanan  street. 

ATKINSON,  John,  boot  and  shoe  warehouse,  302 
Scotland  street ;  house,  103  Cathcart  street. 

Atkinson,  Robert,  die-sinker,  engraver,  stamp  and 
seal  engraver,  and  stencil  plate  maker,  30  Char- 
lotte street. 

Atlantic  Mills  (David  and  John  Anderson),  Walk- 
inshaw  Street,  Bridgeton. 

Atlas  Fire  and  Life  Assurance  Co.  of  Lon- 
don; Wm.  Carrick  &  Son,  agents,  213  Buchanan 
street. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

Atlas  Foundry,  Market  street,  Gallowgate. 

Atlas  Parcel  Delivery  Co.,  head  office  18  South 
Hanover  street  and  16  Renfield  street,  carriers  to 
Camlachie  daily  at  10  a.m. ;  Cathcart,  Tuesdays  and 
Fridays  at  10  a.m. ;  Crossbill,  daily  at  10  a.m.  and  4 
p.m.;  Crossmyloof,  daily  at  4  p.m.;  Govan,  daily  at  10 
a.m.  and  4  p.m. ;  Hillhead,  daily  at  10  a.m.  and  4 
p.m.  ;  Ibroxholra,  daily  at  10  a.m.  and  4  p.m. ; 
Kelvinhaugh,  daily  at  11  a.m.  and  4  p.m.;  Lang- 
side, daily  at  4  p.m. ;  Parkhead,  daily  at  10  a.m. ; 
Partick,  daily  at  11  a.m.  and  4  p.m.  ;  Pollok- 
shields,  daily  at  10  a.m.  and  4  p.m.;  Rutherglen, 
daily  at  4  p.m. ;  Shawlands,  daily  at  4  p.m. ; 
Springburn,  Mondays,  Wednesdays,  and  Fridays 
at  10  a.m.;  Strathbungo,  daily  at  4  p.m. ;  White- 
inch,  daily  at  11  a.m. ;  Linthouse,  Tuesdays  and 
Fridays  at  10  a.m. ;  to  all  parts  of  the  city  at  10 
a.m.  and  4  p.m. 

Atlas  Parcel  Express.  Parcels  forwarded  to  all 
parts  of  the  world  ;  18  South  Hanover  street  and 
16  Renfield  street. 

AUCHINCLOSS,  John,  spirit  dealer,  233  Main  st., 
Bridgeton;  house,  231  do. 

Auchincloss,  Miss  Janet,  furnishings  and  dress- 
making, 207  Main  street,  Bridgeton. 

Auchinharvie  Colliery  Office,  127  St.  Vincent 
street. 

Aochinraith  Colliery  office,  127  St.  Vincent  street. 

AUCHINVOLE,  John  (of  Johnston,  Farie,  &  Co.), 
res.  Ardoch  Lodge,  Cambuslang. 

Auchinvole,  Mrs. ,  Enfield  house,  Crosshill. 

Auchlochan  Colliery  office,  223  West  George  street. 

AUCHTERLONIE,  William,  spirit  dealer,  222  New 
Dalmarnock  road  ;  house,  11  Newhall  terrace. 

Augustine  Free  Church,  Rutherglen  road;  Rev.  D. 
M'Gregor  and  Rev.  Robt.  M'Gregor,  ministers. 

AULD,  Alex.  W.,  calico  printer,  merchant,  and 
Insurance  agent,  22  West  Nile  street ;  house,  20 
Burnbank  gardens. 

Auld,  Berrie,  &  Deas,  muslin  manufacturers,  12 
Prince's  square,  48  Buchanan  street. 

Auld,  David,  &  Sons,  engineers  andironfounders,  and 
patentees  of  reducing  valves,  &c,  Greenhead 
Foundry,  23  Duncan  street,  off  Canning  street. 

Auld,  David  (of  David  Auld  &  Sons), res.,  Rockmount, 
13  Broompark  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Auld,  George  (of  Auld,  Berrie,  &  Deas),  residence, 
Apsley  villa,  Copeland  road,  Govan. 

Auld  &  Guild,  accountants  and  stockbrokers,  65  St. 
Vincent  street. 

Auld,  Henry  D.  (of  David  Auld  &  Sons),  house,  13 
Broompark  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Auld,  Hugh  W.,  ship  master,  Primrose  place, 
Paisley  road. 

Auld,  James,  dairyman,  4  South  St.  Mungo  street. 


AULD. 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. 


-BAIN. 


93 


Auld,   James,  provision  merchant,  48  New  street ; 

house,  12  South  St  Mungo  street. 
Auld,  John,  grocer  and  victualler,  25  Duke  street ; 

house,  4  Burrell's  lane. 
Auld,  John,  painter  and  paperhanger,  39  Bath  street. 
Auld,  John   (of  David   Auld  &   Sons),  house,  13 

Broompark  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Auld,  Ross  R.,  writer  (of  Finlayson  &  Auld),  house, 

16  Belmont  crescent,  Hillhead. 
Auld,  T.,  30  Monteith  row. 

Auld,  S.  &  Co.,  brassfounders,  plumbers  and  gas- 
fitters,  manufacturers  of  the  celebrated  police  calls, 
railway   guards  and   pointsmen's   whistles,    240 

Gallowgate  street. 
Auld,  William,  jun.,  insurance  broker  and  merchant, 

20  St  Vine.  pi. ;  ho.,  Beech  Bank  villa,  Cambuslang. 
Auld,  William  (of  Auld  &  Guild),  ho.  4  Park  ter. 
Auld,  Wra.,  B  D.,  missionary,  180  Thomson  street, 

Dennistoun. 
Auld,    William   (at   Nicol   &   Halliday's),  house,   9 

Kirk  street,  s.s. 
Auld,  Wm.,  saddler,  11  Wellpark  pi.  Crossmyloof. 
Auld,   Misses    Margaret  &  Jane,  dressmaking    and 

furnishings,  183  New  City  rd. ;    ho.  5  Rosehall  st. 
Auld,  J.  &  A.,  dressmakers,  4   Burrell's  lane,  off 

Duke  street. 
AUSTINE  &  CO.,  coal  masters,  Allanton  Collieries, 

Hamilton,  Depots,  Gushetfaulds,  West  street,  s.s., 

Kinning  park  and  Bridgeton  mineral  stations,  161 

Hope  street. 
Austin,    David    Drysdale,    Patent    office,    115    St. 

Vincent  street ;  house,  52  Allison  st.,  Govanhill. 
Austin,  George,    mahogany,    hardwood,  and    veneer 

merchant,  39  Pitt  street,  and  20  St.  John  street, 

Edinburgh;   house,  152  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
Austin,  Hugh  (of   Austin  &  M'Aslan),    house,   11 

Rosslyn  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Austin,   J.,  toy  shop,  25  Argyle  arcade. 
Austin,  John,  surgeon  dentist,  77  Renfield  street. 
Austine,  John  (of  Austine  &  Co.,  and  Cadzow  Coal 

Co.,  limited),  residence,  Oak  Lodge,  Hamilton. 
Austin  &  M'Aslan,  nursery  and    seedsmen,  16  Bu- 
chanan street ;  nurseries,  Coplawhill,  Strathbungo. 
Austin,  Robert,  commercial  traveller,  67  St.  Enoch 

square ;  house,  327  Crown  street. 
Australian  Emigration  Office,  37  Hope  street. 
Austrian   Lloyds,   Trieste,    First   Section;  agent, 

Geo.  Breen,  116  St.  Vincent  street. 
AusTRO-Hungarian  Vice-Consul,  James   Galbraith, 

15  St.  Vincent  place. 
AVELINE,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  Sicilian  produce,  Messina ; 

Wilson  &  Rankin,  27  Oswald  street,  agents. 
Avon  Steel  Works,  steel  manufacturers,  Linlithgow ; 

agents,  Joseph.  Banks  &  Co.,  30  Hope  street. 
AYALA   &    Co.  (late  Ayala-Albrecht),  champagne 

shippers,  Ay,  France ;  Bulloch,  Lade,  &  Co.,  agents, 

4  Bothwell  street. 
AYLES,  Carrington  W.  (of  Barrett  &  Co.),  house, 

12  Colebrooke  street,  Hillhead. 
AYLMER,  Henry,  spirit  merchant,  366  Gallowgate, 

and  158  Main  St.,  Bridgeton;  ho.,  62  Canning  st. 
Aylmer,  Mitchell,  spirit  merchant,  24  Kerr  St.,  Calton; 

house,  309  London  road. 
Ayr,  Lame  &  Liverpool  Steam  Shipping  Co.  (Mur- 
ray Bros.  &  Co.,  agents),  69  Great  Clyde  street. 
Ayr  &  Glasgow  Steam  Packet  office,  118  Broomielaw. 
AYTON  &  Co.,  ale  and  stout  brewers,  Eagle  Brewery, 

Bishopbriggs. 
Ayton,  John,  grocer,  608  Duke  street ;  ho.,  604  do. 


B 

BABES,  Rich.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  11  Carrick 

street ;  house,  6  do. 
BACKER,  Emile  de,  R.C.  clergyman ;  house,  33  Gray 

street,  Parkhead. 
BACON,  Francis  Patrick,  R.C.  clergyman,  21  Dal- 

housie  street. 
Bahia  Steam  Ship  office,  70  Great  Clyde  street. 
Bagbie  Granite  Quarry  Co.  (Limited),  Wm.  Riema 

&  Co.,  agents,  65  West  Regent  street. 
BAILES,  Miss  Mary,  lodgings,  133  Hospital  street. 
BAILLIE,  Andrew,  grocer  and  provision  merchant, 

142  Gallowgate  ;  house,  66  Crown  street. 
Baillie,  David,  oil  and  colour  merchant,  319  Eglin- 

ton  street;  house,  159  Pollokshaws  road. 
Baillie,  George  L.,  writing  master,  The  Park  School, 

Lynedoch  street ;  house,  355  Sauchiehall  street. 
Baillie,  James  (at  Jno.  Miller  &  Jas.  H.  Fergusons'), 

house,  87  Ardgowan  street. 
Baillie,  James  B.  (of  P.  &  J.  Baillie);  house,  426 

Crown  street. 
Baillie,  James,  malt  and  hop  merchant,  18  Elderslie 

street ;  house,  540  St.  Vincent  street. 
Baillie,  Jas.,  baker,  42  Cheapside  street. 
Baillie,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  475 

Eglinton  street ;  house,  21  Lilybank  street. 
Baillie,  John,  salesman  (A.  Gardner  &  Son)  ;  house, 

19  Paisley  road,  W. 
Baillie,  Peter  R.  (of  P.  &  J.  Baillie)  ;  house,  137 

Shields  road. 
Baillie,  P.  &  J.,  wholesale  provision  merchants,  51 

Ingram  street,  E. 
Baillie,  Robert,  wholesale  and  retail  provision  merch- 
ant, 189  Clay  thorn  st.,  and  409^  Argyle  street.; 

house,  191  Claythorn  street. 
Baillie,  Simon,  26  Lilybank  road. 
Baillie,  Stuart  (at  J.  &  A.  Selkirk  &  Co.'s),  house,  5 

Viewfield  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Baillie,  William  (of  Donald  &  Baillie),  house,  130 

Hospital  street. 
Baillie,  William,  baker,  53  King  street,  s.s.,  and  467 

Eglinton  street ;  house,  39  Centre  street,  s.s. 
Baillie,  Mrs.  John,  provision  merchant,  81  Green  st., 

Calton;  house,  197  Claythorn  street. 
Baillie,  Isabella,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  23  Orr 

street,  Calton ;  house,  82  Main  street,  Bridgeton. 
BAIN,  Alexander,  grocer,  28  North  Albion  street. 
Bain,  Alexander,  Bank  of  Scotland,  Lauriston  ;  ho. 

6  Grange  terrace,  Queen's  Park. 
B.iin,  Alexander,  portioner,  80  N.  St.  Mungo  street. 
Bain,  Andrew,  mason  and  builder,  Maryvale  cottage, 

114  Cubie  street,  Mile-end. 
Bain,   Andrew,  carting  contractor  and  general  for- 
warding agent,    33   Hope  street  and  7  Wallace 

st.,  s.s. ;  house,  30  Prince's  street,  Pollokshields. 
Bain,  Andrew,  restaurant  keeper,  224  Garscube  rd. 
Bain,  Aulay,  portioner,  30  Kelvinhaugh  st. 
Bain,  David,  joiner,  trunk,  and  packing-box  maker, 

75  Cathedral  street ;  house,  98  North  Frederick  st. 
Bain,  David,  cashier  (at  Campbell  &  Henry's),  ho.  2 

Rochester  place,  Sauchiehall  street. 
Bain,    David,  fruit  and  vegetable   merchant,  608 

Dalmarnock  road. 
Bain,  Duncan  C,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  106  Gt. 

Hamilton  street  and  7  Morris  place  ;  house,  11 

Craignestock  place. 
BaiD,  Geo.,  draper,  567  Dalmarnock  rd. ;  ho.  645  do. 


94 


BAIN.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BAIRD. 


Bain,  George,  &  Son,  tailors  and  clothiers,  15  Lon- 
don street. 

Bain,  George,  glass  stainer,  9  Royal  arcade ;  house, 
28  Buccleuch  street. 

Bain,  Geo.,  agent  Charity  Organisation  Association, 
68  Bath  St.;  house,  16  Catherine  St.,  Parliamen- 
tary road. 

Bain,  Hugh,  118  New  City  road. 

Bain,  James,  grain  merchant,  54  Armour  st.;  house, 
26  Hill  street,  east. 

Bain,  Sir  James,  51  St.  Vincent  street ;  house, 

3  Park  terrace. 

Bain,  Rev.  James,  F.  C.  minister,  Delting,  Shetland; 

house,  55  West  Cumberland  street. 
Bain,  James,  grocer,  319  and  321  Cumberland  st; 

house,  276  London  road. 
Bain,  James,  joiner  and  cabinetmaker,  188  West 

Prince's  street ;  house,  19  Woodside  road. 
Bain,  John,  &  Co.,  sewed  muslin  manufacturers,  5 

Madeira  court,  257  Argyle  street. 
Bain,    John,    &    Son,      tinsmiths,    gasfitters,    and 

plumbers,  &c,  20,  22   Royal  arcade;  house,  28 

Buccleuch  street. 
Bain,  John,  baker,  25   King  street,  Tradeston  ;  ho. 

36  Commerce  street. 
Bain,  John,  family  grocer,  8  Paston  terrace,  Cross- 
bill, and  Granville  buildings,  Pollokshields ;  house, 

4  Hilton  terrace,  Crossb.il!. 

Bain,  John  B.,  evangelist,  21  Wilton  terrace,  Kirk- 
land  street. 

Bain,  John  (of  John  Bain  &  Son)  ;  house,  124  West 
Graham  street. 

Bain  &  Matheson,  manufacturers  of  umbrellas, 
waterproofs,  bags,  portmanteaus,  trunks,  &c,  &c, 
418  Argyle  street. 

Bain,  R.  S."  (of  Bain  &  Matheson);  house,  18  Clare- 
mont  street. 

Bain,  Robert,  coal  and  coke  merchant,  22  Dundas 
St.;  house,  28  Garden  place,  Burnbank. 

Bain,  Robert  (of  Hydepark  Foundry  Co.),  house, 
2  Lawrence  place,  Partick. 

Bain,  Wm.,  grain  merchant,  26  Hill  street,  east. 

Bain,  Wm.,  representative  in  Scotland  of  Wilkinson, 
Heywood,  &  Clarke,  varnish  and  colour  manufac- 
turers, Battlebridge,  London,  N.;  house,  70  Roslea 
drive,  Dennistoun. 

Bain,  W.  &  A.,  tinsmiths,  gasfitters,  and  zinc  workers, 
61  William  street,  Anderston;  house,  161  Kent  rd. 

Bain,  Mrs.  And.,  2  Park  Grove  ter.,  Kelvingrove  st- 

Bain,  Mrs.  J.,  hair  worker  and  theatrical  wig 
maker,  140  Trongate. 

Bain,  Isabella,  fishmonger,  519  Gallowgate;  house, 
574  do. 

BAIRD,  Alexander,  tailor  and  clothier,  48  London 
street ;  residence,  Grove  villa,  Albert  rd.,  Crosshill. 

Baird,  Alexander,  silk  manufacturer  and  printer,  12 
St  James'  street,  Paisley  road. 

Baird,  Alexander,  bookseller,  news-agent,  and  sta- 
tioner, 255  Great  Western  road;  house,  253  do. 

Baird,  Alexander  S.  (of  John  Baird  &  Co.),  house, 
26  Sardinia  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Baird,  Alex,  (at  Russell,  Macfarlane  &  Co.'s) ;  house, 
110  Peel  terrace,  Garnet  hill. 

Baird,  Allan  F.,  writer  (at  Montgomerie  &  Flem- 
ing's) ;  house,  18  Burnbank  terrace. 

Baird,  Arcbd.  (of  Archd.  Baird  &  Son),  house,  Hope- 
ton,  Park  road,  Hamilton. 

Baird,  Arch.  S.,  cashier  (at  M'Corquodale  &  Co.'s), 
house,  166  West  Regent  street. 


Baird,  Archibald,  &  Son,  engineers,  ironmongers, 
colliery  and  ironworks'  furnishers,  manufacturers 
of  gutta  percha  furnishings  for  collieries,  paper 
mills,  dye  works,  &c,  &c,  sole  licensees  for  the 
Lavender  lamp,  Smith's  patent  signal  bell  and 
indicator,  and  Smith's  patent  safety  lamp,  67 
Robertson  street. 

Baird,  Arthur,  gold  and  silver  beater,  51  &  53  Rope- 
work  lane;  house,  Karnes  bank,  Port  Bannatyne. 

Baird  &  Brown,  merchants  and  ship-owners,  98 
Mitchell  street 

Baird,  Charles  J.,  wine  broker  and  commission 
merchant,  65  W.  Regent  street ;  agent  for  Schroder 
&  de  Constans,  Bordeaux,  Gervais'  new  French 
patent  corking  machines,  E.  Normandin  &  Co.'s 
sparkling  sauterne  Chateauneuf,  C.  Bogle  &  Co., 
sherry  shippers,  Port  St.  Mary,  F.  W.  Schreider, 
London ;  Capsuling  machine  and  capsules  ;  house, 
10  Rocklea  terrace,  Roxburgh  St.,  Dowanhill. 

Baird,  David  D.  (of  Thos.  Baird  &  Son,  agents,. 
Union  Bank  of  Scotland,  Govan),  res.,  South  croft, 
Govan. 

Baird,  David,  farmer,  Meikle  Aitkenhead,  Cathcart. 

Baird,  Ernest  G.  (of  Francis  N.  Baird  &  Co.),  41 
Ann  street. 

Baird,  Frank  (of  H.  Baird  &  Co.,  Great  Canal 
Brewery),  house,  20  Belhaven  terrace,  Great 
Western  road. 

Baird,  Francis  N.,  &  Co.,  brokers  for  the  construction, 
sale,  purchase,  and  charter  of  steam  and  sailing 
vessels,  manufacturers  of  Baird's  antifouling,  com- 
position for  iron  ships,  41  Ann  street. 

Baird,  Francis  N.  (of  Francis  N.  Baird  &  Co.),  re- 
sidence, Lochview  House,  Clynder. 

Baird,  G.  O.  (of  Watson,  Miller,  &  Baird),  house,  129 
Renfrew  street,  Garnethill. 

Baird,  George  Ure,  commission  agent,  62  Queen 
st.;  ho.  Cart  Bank  villa,  Cathkin  road,  Langside. 

Baird,  George,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  179 
Caledonia  road  and  368  South  Wellington  street ; 
house,  171  Hospital  street. 

Baird,  G.  &  P.,  ship  store  and  provision  merchants, 
5  West  street,  Tradeston  ;  house,  Boyd  terrace. 

Baird,  Hugh,  &  Co.,  brewers  to  her  Majesty,  Great 
Canal  Brewery,  Possil  road  ;  orders  may  be  left  at 
Thomas  Whyte's,  23  St.  Vincent  place. 

Baird,  H.  Harper,  agent,  National  Provident  Institu- 
tion for  life  assurance,  21  West  Prince's  street. 

Baird,  Hugh,  3  Lynedoch  place. 

Baird,  H.,  jun.  (of  Hugh  Baird  &  Sons),  house,  17 
Westbourne  gardens,  Hillhead. 

Baird,  Hugh,  &  Sons,  maltsters  and  hop  merchants, 
134  St.  Vincent  street. 

Baird,  Hugh,  brickbuilder,  51  Rutherglen  road. 

Baird,  James  H.  (at  Thos.  Fletcher's,  37  Bath  street), 
house,  7  Norch  St.  Mungo  street.. 

Baird,  James,  measurer,  27  Union  street. 

Baird,  James,  manager  (John  Brown  &  Son),  house, 
659  Dahnarnock  road. 

Baird,  James,  wine  merchant,  226  Gallowgate  and 
5  and  7  Stevenson  street ;  office,  224  Gallowgate. 

Baird,  James,  office  keeper,  North  British  Railway, 
14  West  George  street. 

Baird,  James,  bouse  factor,  commission  and  insurance 
agent,  3  Lome  place,  Mount  Florida. 

Baiid,  James  (at  Jannes  Laing  &  Co.'s),  house  44 
Granby  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Baird,  J.  &  L.,  stay  and  corset  manufacturers,  by 
power,  23  Bellgrove  st. 


BAIRD. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BALD. 


95 


Baird,  John,  architect,  LA.,  F.R.I.B.A.,  113  West 
Regent  st. ;  house,  60  St.  Vincent  crescent. 

Baird,  John,  &  Co.,  spirit  brokers  and  commission 
merchants,  14  Queen  st. 

Baird,  John,  &  Co.,  commission  merchants,  14 
Queen  street;  agents  for  William  Younger  &  Co., 
brewers,  Edinburgh;  John  D'Arcy  &  Sous,  brewers, 
Dublin  ;  John  Ross  &  Co.,  distillers,  Campbel- 
town ;  John  Ross,  distiller,  Teaninich,  Ross-shire; 
and  George  Sayer  &  Co.,  brandy,  Cognac. — See 
Adv.  in  App. 

Baird,  John,  provision  merchant,  569  Dalmarnock 
road;  house,  631  do. 

Baird,  John  (of  Hutcheson  &  Baird),  house,  121 
Rose  street,  s.s. 

Baird,  John,  and  James  Thompson,  LA.,  architects, 
88  Bath  street. 

Baird,  John,  &  Co.,  tailors  and  clothiers,  79  Stirling 
road  ;  house,  107  Parson  street. 

Baird,  John,  fruiterer,  8  Caprera  pi.,  Paisley  road ; 
house,  23  Shields  road. 

Baird,  John,  cut,  engraved,  and  etched  glass  manu- 
facturer, 71  Bishop  street,  Port  Dundas ;  house, 
37  M'Aslin  street. 

Baird,  John  (of  J.  &  L.  Baird),  ho.  2  Branford  pi. 

Baird,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  14  and  16 
Waterloo  street,  Mile-end ;  house,  Rosemount  villa, 
by  Airdrie. 

Baird,  John,  letterpress  printer,  38  Queen  street; 
house,  40  Edmund  street,  Dennistoun. 

Baird,  Lockhart  (of  J.  &  L.  Baird),  house,  70  Arma- 
dale street. 

Baird,  Matthew  B.  (of  Archibald  Baird  &  Son), 
house,  Charleville,  Uddingston. 

Baird  &  M'Culloch,  wholesale  confectioners,  168 
Gallowgate. 

Baird,  Montague  M.  W.  (of  Hugh  Baird  &  Sons), 
residence,  3  Lynedoch  place. 

Baird,  Robert,  &  Co.,  oil  merchants  and  colour  manu- 
facturers, 35  Glassford  street ;  works,  Burnbank, 
Camlachie. 

Baird,  Robert,  cashier  (Forsyth,  Miller,  &  Co.'s),  ho. 
741  London  road 

Ba'rd,  Robert,  outfitter,  6  Parkgrove  place,  Paisley 
road  ;  house,  3  Parkgrove  terrace. 

Baird,  Robert,  colliery  agent,  139  St.  Vincent  street ; 
house,  Annickbank,  Cambuslang. 

Baird,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  179  Cale- 
donia road  ;  house,  416  Crown  street. 

Baird,  Robert  W.,  brassfounder,  Park  St.,  Kinning 
Park  ;  house,  20  Plantation  place. 

Baird,  Robert,  horse  shoer  and  general  smith,  273 
Duke  street;  house,  169  Comelypark  street. 

Baird  &  Stevenson,  Orchard,  Giffnock,  Overwood, 
Dunmore,Nitshill,Netherton,Monkredding,  Chapel- 
hall,  Ravenscraig,  and  Jamestown  Quarries,  21 
Clyde  place,  s.s. 

Baird  and  Stevenson,  dressed  stone  depot,  241 
Pollokshaws  road. 

Baird  &  Stevenson,  stone  depot,  Gushetfaulds,  s.s. 

Baird,  Thomas,  land  agent,  and  agent  for  the  Union 
Bank  of  Scotland,  Govan.  At  Mr.  Duncan's,  94 
Buchanan  street.,  on  Wednesdays,  from  12  till  2 
o'clock;  house,  South  Croft,  Govan. 

Baird,  Thomas,  jun.  (at  Wm.  Colvin  &  Co.'s),  house, 
12  Berkeley  terrace. 

Baird,  Thomas,  bookkeeper,  Scottish  Amicable  Life 
Assurance  Society ;  ho.  6  Rosslyn  terrace,  Pollok- 
shields. 


Baird,  Thomas,  optician,  24  >  Argyle  street ;  house, 

179  Duke  street. 
Baird,  Thomas,  flesher,  68  Oxford  st.,  s.s. ;  ho.  23  do. 
Baird,  Thomas,  415  Sauchiehall  street. 
Baird,  William,   &    Co.,  foundry   and    smithy  coke 

manufacturers,    Port-Dundas    and    Kilsyth,    168 

West  George  street. 
Baird,  Wm.,  manager  (at  Thom  &  Cameron's),  ho. 

21  Hope  terrace,  Govanhill. 
Baird,  Wm.   writer  (at  Murdoch  &  Stewart's),  175 

St.  Vincent  street ;  house,  5  Clydeview  terrace. 
Baird,  Wm.,  tailor  and  clothier,  84  Gt.  Hamilton  st. 
Baird,  Wm.  D.,  writer  (of  Duabar  &  Baird),  house, 

35  St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Baird,  William,  &  Co.,  iron  and  coal  masters,  168 

West  George  street. 
Baird,  William,  of  Elie  and  Cambusdoon,  168  West 

George  street ;  residence,  Elie  house,  Fifeshire. 
Baird,  William,  consulting  mechanical  engineer,  122 

Wellington  street ;  house,  3  Walworth  terrace. 
Baird,  William,  jun.  (at  Wilson  &  Christie's),  house, 

147  Waddell  street,  s.s. 
Baird,  William,  manager  (Forsyth,  Miller,  &  Co.'s), 

house,  22  Brandon  street,  East. 
Baird,  William,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  148  St. 

George's  road,  and  175  West  Graham  street;  ho. 

232  New  City  road. 
Baird,  Wm.,  slater  and  plasterer,  2  Carlton  place  ; 

house,  28  Norfolk  street. 
Baird,  Wm.  (of  W.  &  D.  Baird),  residence,  Amelia 

villa,  Cambuslang. 
Baird,  W.  &  D  ,  drysalters,  fruit,  spice,  and  coffee  mer- 
chants, 29  Robertson  street. 
Baird,  William,  family  grocer,  163  New  City  road ; 

house,  Rusko  villa,  Bearsden. 
Baird,  Mrs.  Alexander,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  168 

Gallowgate  ;  house,  2  Monteith  row. 
Baird,  Mrs.  Charles  R.,  18  Burnbank  gardens. 
Baird,  Mrs.  Elizabeth,  415  Sauchiehall  street. 
Baird,    Mrs.   John,    10   Park  Grove  terrace,  West 

End  park. 
Baird,  Mrs.,  grocer,  15  Grove  street. 
Baird,  Mrs.  Robert,  21  West  Prince's  street. 
Baird,  Mrs.  Walter,  161  Sandringham  terrace,  Great 

Western  road. 
Baird,  Mrs.,  35  St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Baird,   Jane   Robertson,    draper  and   milliner,    160 

Cumberland  street,  s.s. ;  house,  162  do, 
Baird  &  Johnston,  Misses,  dressmakers,  21  Sham- 
rock street. 
Baird's  Patent  Antifouling  Composition. — 

Baird's    patent   antifouling   composition   for    iron 

ships,  41  Ann  street,  city. 
Baird  Trust  Office,  168  West  George  street. 
BAKER  &  Antonio,  Italian  confectioners,  S3  Canning 

street. 
Baker,  Richard,  superintendent  of  police,  15  Tobago 

street ;  house,  33  Monteith  row. 
Baker,  Samuel,  &  Co.,  gold  leaf  manufacturers,  &c, 

97  Union  st. ;  works,  Rutherglen ;  residence,  Offer- 
ton  House,  Rutherglen. 
BAKKER,  D.,  &  Co.,  Haarlem,  Holland ;  Wm.  Bryce 

&  Co.,  40  St.  Enoch  square,  agents. 
BALBIRNIE,   Misses,  stationers  and  tobacconists, 

419  Eglinton  street ;  house,  415  do. 
BALD,  James,  assurance  agent,  209  New  City  road. 
Bald,  James,  &  Co.,  corn  brokers,  13  Hope  street. 
Bald,  James  (of  James  Bald  &  Co.),  house,  3  Prince's 

terrace,  Dowanhill. 


96 


BALD- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.. 


-BANCROFT. 


Bald,  John  (of  J.  &  J.  W.  Bald),  ho.  58  Dundas  St.,  s.s. 
Bald,  J.  &  J.  W.,  wholesale  tea  and  coffee  merchants, 

44  Ingram  street,  E. 

Bald,  Wm.  R.  (of  James  Bald  &  Co.),  residence, 
Falside  house,  Bothwell. 

BALDEN,  James,  cashier,  Scottish  Widows'  Fund 
Life  Assurance  Society,  114  West  George  street. ; 
house,  383  St.  George's  road. 

Balden,  Robert  (of  Craig  Brothers),  house,  383 
St.  George's  road. 

BALDERSTON  &  Co.,  merchants,  201  St  Vine.  st. 

Balderston,  David,  apothecary,  City  Parish  Dis- 
pensary ;  house,  51  Naburn  street. 

Balderston,  R.  G.,  ironfounder  and  grate  manufac- 
turer (of  Duncan  &  Balderston)  ;  house,  Rockbank 
villa,  Bishopbriggs. 

Balderston,  Robert,  agent  for  J.  B.  Hoyt  &  Co., 
28  Spruce  street,  New  York,  201  St.  Vincent  st. 

Balderston,  Mrs.  A.  H.,  552  St.  Vincent  street. 

BALDIE,  Henry,  commission  and  cement  merchant, 
211  Hope  street. 

Baldie,  Robert,  LA.,  architect,  83  Bath  street ;  house, 
Aston,  Bridge  of  Allan. 

BALDWIN  &  Walker,  worsted  spinners,  Halifax, 
Yorkshire ;  Alexander  Strachan  &  Son,  34  Glass- 
ford  street,  agents. 

BALFOUR,  Alex,  (of  Alex.  Balfour  &  Co.),  house,  2 
Parkgrove  terrace. 

Balfour,  Alex.,  &  Co.  earthenware  manufacturers, 
295  Dobbie's  loan. 

Balfour,  David  D.,  sheriff  substitute,  Airdrie ;  Glasgow 
address,  83  West  Regent  street. 

Balfour,  James  A.,  agent  for  collieries,  70  Oxford  st. 

Balfour,  James,  tailor  and  clothier,  89  Sauchiehall 
street;  house,  131  West  Graham  street. 

Balfour,  James  M.,  cashier  at  J.  Laing's,  70  Portland 
street ;  house,  70  Oxford  street. 

Balfour,  James  N.  (of  Wm.  Balfour  &  Co.),  house, 
3  Queen's  crescent. 

Balfour,  John,  dairyman,  188  Watt  st.;  ho.  186  do. 

Balfour  &  Paterson,  writers,  83  West  Regent  street. 

Balfour,  Robert,  wholesale  cabinet  and  chair  manu- 
facturer, upholsterer,  and  upholstery  furnisher, 
81  and  85  Maxwell  street,  and  75  and  81  East 
Howard  street ;  factory,  West  of  Scotland  Cabinet 
and  Chair  Works,  Beith  ;  house,  Beith. 

Balfour,  William,  &  Co.,  merchants  and  agents, 
61  St.  George's  place. 

Balfour.  Mrs.  Robert,  12  M'Lean  street. 

BALGARNIE,  John,  accountant  and  insurance 
agent,  8  Buchanan  street ;  house,  3  Whitefield 
terrace,  Cambuslang. 

BALL,  Henry  William  (of  Alexander  Chaplin  & 
Co.),  Cranstonhill  Engine  Works ;  house,  Averley, 
Great  Western  road,  Hillhead. 

BALLANTINE,  David,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  151 
Hospital  street,  75  Caledonia  road,  62  Nelson 
street,  Tradeston,  and  17  Norfolk  street ;    house, 

45  Abbotsford  place. 

Ballantyne,  David  (of  J.   &  D.  Ballantyne  &  Co.), 

Malvern  villa,  Houoslow,  by  London. 
Ballantyne  &  Dykes,  merchant  tailors,  80  Oswald  st. 
Ballantine,    George,    &    Son,  tea  dealers  and  wine 

merchants,  100  Union  street. 
Ballantine,  George,  jun.  (of  Geo.  Ballantine  &  Son), 

house,  2  Crescent,  Ardrossan. 
Ballantyne,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant, 

140  Cathcart  rd.,  and  61  Calder  st.,  Govanhill ; 

house,  34  Inglefield  street. 


Ballantyne,  James,  commission  merchant,  82  Mitchell 

street ;  house,  7  Viewfield  place,  Pollokshields. 
Ballantyne,  J.  M.  (of  J.  &  D.  Ballantye,  &  Co.), 

res.  Rosebank  villa,  Lenzie. 
Ballantyne,   James,   watch  manufacturer,   wholesale 

jeweller,  and  importer  of  French  clocks,  52  Vir- 
ginia street;  house,  12  Ure  pi.,  Montrose  street. 
Ballantyne,  James  T.,  bachelor  of  medicine  and  sur- 
geon, 189  Main  street,  Bridgeton ;  ho.  219  do. 
Ballantyne,  J.  &  D.  &  Co.,  merchants,  43  Mitchell 

street. 
Ballantyne,  John  (of  G. P.O.),  house,  202  Duke  st. 
Ballantyne,  John,   bakers'  utensil  maker,  27  Char- 
lotte lane. 
Ballantyne,  John  (of  Ballantyne  &  Dykes),  house,  3 

Firpark  terrace. 
Ballantine,  John,   grocer,    115|    Springburn    road; 

house,  127  do. 
Ballantyne,  John,  grocer,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

190  Broomielaw. 
Ballantyne,    Robt.,    engineer,    Railway    Locomotive 

Works,  Cowlairs ;  house,  34  Abercom  street. 
Ballantyne,  Thomas,   pawnbroker  and  jeweller, 

172  Renfield  Street  ;  house,  36  Dalhousie  street. 

See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 
Ballantyne,  Thomas  (at  Blair  &  Findlay's),  house, 

4  Victoria  terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Ballantyne,  Mrs.  Jas.,  dairy,  102  Maitland  street. 
BALLARD,  George,  harmonium  maker,  69  Tobago 

street,  Calton. 
BALLARDIE    Brothers,   upholsterers   and  cabinet- 
makers, 2  West  Howard  street. 
Ballardie,  Dugald  (of  Ballardie  Brothers),  house,  2 

Grange  terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Ballardie,  Annie  M.,  hosiery,  Berlin  wool,   &c,    10 

Sedan  place,  Paisley  road. 
Ballina  Steam  Packet  Office  ;  Alexander  A.  Laird 

&  Co.,  agents,  72  Great  Clyde  street. 
BALLINGALL  A.,  &  Co.,  glaziers,  china  merchants, 

fern  case  makers,  and  aquarium,  24.8  Gt.  Western 

road. 
Ballingall,  Peter,  chemist  and  druggist.  57  Eglinton 

street;  house,  138  South  Portland  street. 
BALLOCH,  John  (of  Campbell  &  Balloch),  house, 

10  Walmer  crescent,  Paisley  road. 
Balloch,   Robert,  &   Co.,  tea  merchants,  88   Union 

street,  and  at  89  Great  Tower  street,  London,  E.C. 
Balloch,  Robert  (of  Robert  Balloch  &  Co.),  house, 

Eamont  Lodge,  Dowanhill. 
BALLS,John  Irwin, church  officer,  Sandyford  Church; 

house,  235  Dumbarton  road. 
BALMAIN,    Michael,    agent,    National    Bank    of 

Scotland,  Queen  street ;  house,  25  Belhaven  terrace. 
Balmaiu,  Thomas,  banker,  British  Linen  Co.   Bank, 

110  Queen  street ;  house,   1   Kew  terrace. 
Balmoral   Hotel,    23    Cowcaddens   street,    James 

Laudles. 
Balquhatston  Collieries  Office ;  John  Watson,  123 

St.  Vincent  street. 
Baltimoke  (U.S.)  Steam  Packet  Office,  70  Great 

Clyde  street. 
BAMBER,  Frederick  Trevor  (at  John  MTntyre  & 

Co.'s,  133  St.  Vincent  street),  house,  10  Kerrsland 

street,  Hillhead. 
Bamber,  James,  hair  dresser,  perfumer,  and  theatrical 

wig  maker,  121  Sauchiehall  street 
Bamber,  Mrs.  H,  12  Dalhousie  street. 
BANCROFT  &  Co.,  oil  refiners,  Liverpool ;   agents, 

Alex.  Gillies  &  Co.,  28  Cadogan  street. 


BANK.- 


-GENERAL    DIRECTORY. 


-BARCELONA. 


97 


Bank  Coal  Co.,  coal  masters,  New  Cumnock,  Ayr- 
shire ;  Brown  &  Moir,  44  York  street,  agents  for 
cannel  coal  for  shipment. 

Bank  Coal  Co.,  New  Cumnock,  Ayrshire. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  2  St.  Vincent  place,  George  sq.  ; 
James  A.  Wenley,  Manager ;  Robert  Gourlay,  sub- 
manager  ;  William  Nielson,  accountant. 

Bank  of  Scotland  Branch,  121  Stockwell  street. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  Cross  branch,  66  Trongate ;  Jas. 
Robb  and  John  Watt,  agents. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  70  Canning  street,  Calton. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  66  Victoria  road  ;  R.  C.  Kinloch, 
agent. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  Hutchesontown  branch,  136  Crown 
street ;  A.  Fraser,  agent. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  Laurieston  branch,  1  Bridge  st. 
Hugh  Pollock,  agent. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  235  Sauchiehall  street;  James 
Faill,  agent. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  Whitevale  branch,  676  Gallowgate; 
Thos.  Lightbody,  agent ;  house,  1  Bellfield  terrace. 

Bank  of  Scotland,  St.  George's  Cross  branch,  260 
St.  George's  road ;  John  Anderson  and  Alexander 
Kelly,  agents. 

BANKIER,  Samuel  (at  Phoenix  Iron  Works),  house, 
57  Granville  street. 

Bankier,  W.  D.,  &  Co.,  iron  merchants  and  brokers, 
31  St.  Vincent  place. 

Bankier,  W.  D.  (of  W.  D.  Bankier  &  Co.),  house, 
7  Elmbank  crescent. 

Bankier,  Win.  H.  (of  Selden  &  Co.),  41  to  43  St. 
Enoch  square. 

Bankier,  Mrs.  Jane,  82  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Bankier,  Mrs.  Wm.  North  Bank,  Dowanhill  gardens. 

Bankruptcy,  English  and  Irish  Courts,  commission 
to  take  oaths,  declarations,  &c,  James  Muirhead, 
30  Gordon  street. 

Bankruptcy,  English  and  Irish  Courts,  commis- 
sioner to  take  affidavits,  declarations,  &c,  Daniel 
Paul,  91  Buchanan  street. 

BANKS,  Jn.  H.,  surveyor,  H.M.  Stamps  and  Taxes, 
13  Queen  street ;  house,  2  Elmbank  place. 

Banks,  Joseph  (of  Jos.  Banks  &  Co.),  43  Roslea  dr. 

Banks,  Joseph,  &  Co.,  iron,  metal,  commission  mer- 
chants, and  brokers,  steel  manufacturers  and  mer- 
chants, 30  Hope  street. 

Banks,  William,  refreshment  rooms,  51  Main  street, 
Anderston. 

BANNATYNE,  Andrew  (of  Bannatyne  &  Whyte), 
house,  Clydesdale  street,  Hamilton. 

Bannatyne,  Daniel,  family  grocer,  96  Woodlands  road 
and  54  Bank  st,  Hillhead;  house,  13  Rupert  st. 

Bannatyne,  James,  jun.  (at  H.  &  R.  Lamond's), 
house,  16  Kelburn  terrace,  Govanhill. 

Bannatyne,  John,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  307 
Paisley  road;  house,  Marion  Bank,  Gallowflat, 
Rutherglen. 

Bannatyne,  John  (of  Connal  &  Bannatyne),  house, 
12  Windsor  crescent,  Mount  Florida. 

Bannatynes,  Kirkwood,  &  M'Jannet,  writers,  145 
West  George  street. 

Bannatyne,  Mark,  writer  (of  Bannatynes,  Kirkwood, 
&  M'Jannet),  house,  15  Windsor  terrace,  West. 

Bannatyne  &  White,  accountants  and  share  brokers, 
15  Gordon  street. 

Bannatyne,  Mrs.  James,  fruiterer,  474  Paisley  road; 
house,  102  Cathcart  street. 

Bannatyne,  Margaret,  baker,  47  London  st. ;  house, 
4  Morris  place,  Monteith  row. 


Bannatyne,  Miss  J.  W.,  303  New  City  road  ;  house, 

18  Rupert  street. 
BANNER,  Alex.,  certificated  art  master  and  artist, 

45  Bank  street,  Hillhead. 
BANNERMAN,  David,  corn  factor,  Corn  Exchange 

buildings,  9  Waterloo  street,  house,  4  Hampton 

Court  terrace. 
Bannerman,  David,  jun.,  Corn  Exchange  buildings, 

9  Waterloo  st.,  ho.  3  Albion  crescent,  Dowanhill. 
Bannerman,  John,  bank  cashier,  British  Linen  Co.'s 

Bank,  110  Queen  street ;  house,  138  Ingram  st. 
Bannerman,  John,  baker,  413  Parliamentary  road; 

house,  411  do. 
Bannerman,  Robt.  (of  Miller  &  Bannerman),  house, 

17  Newton  street. 
Bannerman,  Walter,  land  and  property  valuator,  130 

Pitt  street ;  ho.  13  Jane  st.,  Blythswood  sq. 
Bannerman,  Mrs.,  27  Woodside  place. 
Baptist   Chapel,  Robert  Watson  and  Alex.  Grant, 

pastors,  118  North  John  street. 
Baptist  Chapel,  29   Main  street,  s.s.  ;  pastor,  Rev. 

W.  H.  Elliott,  176  Allison  street,  Govanhill. 
Baptist  Chapel,  30   Cambridge  street;    Rev.  Alex. 

Wylie, M.A.,  minister;  house,  22  Wiilowbank cres. 
Baptist  Church,  44  North  Frederick  street ;  Rev.  A. 

F.  Mills,  minister. 
Baptist  Church,  Adelaide  place,  Bath  street ;  Rev. 

Jas.  Paterson,  D.D. ;  Rev.  Jas.Culross,  M.A.,  D.D., 

ministers. 
BakbauchlAn  Collieries  Office,  40  St.  Enoch  sq. 
BARBERRY,  J.  R.,  district  manager  Liverpool  Vic- 
toria Legal  Friendly  Society,  202  Hope  street. 
BARBOUR  Brothers,  mercantile  and  law  station- 
ers, printers,  engravers,  lithographers,  die  sinkers, 

paper  rulers,  bookbinders,  and  account  book  manu- 
facturers, 15lA  West  George  street. 
Barbour,    David   (of    Barbour    &    Miller),    house, 

Brodie  Park  house,  Paisley. 
Barbour,  Graham,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  6  Rosevale 

street,  Partick;   ho.  330  Hamilton  place,  do. 
Barbour,  Hugh  (of  Hugh  Barbour  &  Co.),  ho.  43  So. 

Wellington  street. 
Barbour,  Hugh,  &  Co.,  auctioneers  and  appraisers, 

181  Trongate. 
Barbour,  John  M.,  Greenholm  cottage,  Uddingston. 
Barbour,    Matthew   (of  Barbour    Bros.),   residence, 

Newhouse,  by  East  Kilbride. 
Barbour  &  Miller,  tapestry-curtain  manufacturers,  139 

Brook  street,  Mile  End. 
Barbour,  Oliver  Ross,  manufacturing  chemist,  3  Can- 
ning street,  Calton ;  house,  3  William  st.,  do. 
Barbour,  Robt.  S.  (of  Stevenson  &  Barbour),  house 

51  Great  Western  road. 
Barbour,  Robt.,  umbrella  and  bandbox  maker,  112 

Sauchiehall  street ;  house,  103  Renfrew  street. 
Barbour,  Thos.,  provision  merchant,  726  Gallowgate; 

house,  171  Slatefield  street. 
Barbour,  Wm.  &  Sons,  flax  spinners,  manufacturers 

of  linen  and  shoe  thread  for  hand  and    machine, 

70  George  square  ;  Hilden  Mills,  Lisburn,  Ireland  ; 

Passaic   and  Ulster  Flax  Mills,  Paterson,  New 

Jersey,  U.S. 
Barbour,  Mrs.,  shoe  shop,  76  South  Portland  street. 
Baf.celona  Steam   Packet    Office,   John  &  Peter 

Hutcheson,  62  Broomielaw. 
Barcelona    Steam    Packet    Office,    Maclaren, 

Crum,  &  Co.,  13  Royal  Exchange  place. 
Barcelona  Steam  Packet  Office,  Burrell  &  Son,  141 

Buchanan  street. 


98 


BARCLAY. GENERAL  DIRECTORY.  - 


-BARNETT. 


BARCLAY,  Alex.  P.  (of  Barclay  Brothers,  12  St. 

Vincent  pi.),  house,  36  Windsor  ter.,  St.  George's  rd. 
Barclay,  Alexander,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,  248 

Garscube  road  ;  house,  105  Cowcaddens  street. 
Barclay,  Alex,   (of  Wm.  Macfarlane  &  Co.),  house, 

5  Stanhope  street. 
Barclay  Brothers,  bottled  beer  merchants  for  home 

and  exportation,  and  aerated  water  manufacturers, 

19  to  31  Norfolk  court. 
Barclay  Brothers,  chemical  and  mineral  oil  merchants, 

12  St.  Vincent  place. 
Barclay  &  Brand,  produce  and  sugar  brokers  and  com- 
mission merchants,  22  St.  Enoch  square. 
Barclay,    C.    M.,    aerated   water   manufacturer,    21 

Norfolk  court ;  house,  20  South  Apsley  place. 
Barclay,  C.  &  A.,  fruiterers,  206  Dumbarton  road  ; 

house,  Partick  saw  mills. 
Barclay,  Charles  H.  (of  Berry,  Barclay,  &  Co.),  ho 

28  Westbourne  gardens. 
Barclay,  Curie,   &  Co.,  shipbuilders  and  engineers  ; 

building  yard,  White-inch,  Partick  ;  engine  works, 

Finnieston  quay ;  head  office,  Whiteinch. 
Barclay,    David,    aerated   water    manufacturer,    21 

Norfolk  court ;  house,  22  Abbotsford  place. 
Barclay,  Ebenezer,  &  Son,  wholesale  confectioners,  40 

and  44  Candleriggs ;  works,  60   to  70   Henrietta 

street;  house,  10  Monteith  row. 
Barclay,  Ebenezer,  confectioner  (of  Thomas  Shaw  & 

Co.)  ;  house,  10  Monteith  row. 
Barclay,  George  (of  Barclay  Brothers,  12  St.  Vincent 

pi.) ;  house,  6  Lindsay  terrace,  Dowanbill. 
Barclay,    George  E.,   manufacturer   and   agent,    67 

Waterloo  street  ;  house,  303  St.  Vincent  street. 
Barclay,  Hugh,  architect,  LA.,  136  Wellington  st.  ; 

house,  6  Buckingham  street,  Hillhead. 
Barclay,  H.  B.,  C.A.,  68  St.  Vincent  street. 
Barclay,   H.  &  D.,  LA.,  architects,   136  Wellington 

st. ;  ho.  6  Buckingham  street,  Hillhead. 
Barclay,    James,    (at   Mirrlees,  Tait,   &   Watson's), 

house,  196  Watt  street. 
Barclay,  James,  36  Windsor  ter.,  St.  George's  road. 
Barclay,  J.  &  W.,  slaters  and  plasterers,  114  Bain 

street,  Calton  ;  house,  178  London  street. 
Barclay,    John    (of  Anderson   &    Barclay),    house, 

Dairy,  Ayrshire. 
Barclay,  John  (of  Heron,  Dickson,  &  Co.),  100  Wel- 
lington street. 
Barclay,  John,  baker  and  grocer,  137  Garngad  rd. ; 

house,  165  do. 
Barclay,  John,  shipping  and  commission  agent,  Custom 

House  Quay;  ho.  Heggie's  buildings,  Dumbarton. 
Barclay,  Lawrence,  saw  miller,  291  North  Woodside 

road  ;  house,  45  Henderson  street. 
Barclay  &  Macgregor,  merchants  and  manufacturers, 

83  Hutcheson  st. 
Barclay,  Perkins,   &   Co.,  porter   brewers,  London ; 

J.  G.  Thomson  &  Co.,  agents,  47  Oswald  street. 
Barclay,  Robert  (of  Barclay  &  M'Gregor  and  James 

Hutchison  &  Co.),  house,  21  Park  terrace. 
Barclay    &    Mathieson,   iron  merchants,   79  Centre 

street. 
Barclay,   Robert  (of  Barclay  &  Mathieson),  house, 

1  Dundas  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Barclay,  Robert,   pawnbroker,    97    Hospital   street ; 

house,  15  Apsley  place. 
Barclay,   Samuel   (of  Barclay  &  Brand),  house,  16 

West  Prince's  street. 
Barclay,    Thomas,    writer,    21  Royal  crescent,  west, 

and  Middleton  house,  Blackford,  Perthshire. 


Barclay,  Thomas,  carpet  designer,  91  Gloucester  st. 

Barclay,  Thomas,  pattern  card,  and  book  maker, 
28  Cochrane  street. 

Barclay,  Wm.,  writer,  123  West  George  st.;  house, 
Windsor  terrace,  Hamilton. 

Barclay,  Wm.  C.  (of  Wm.  M'Farlane  &  Co.);  ho. 
5  Stanhope  street. 

Barclay,  Wm.,  insurance  agent,  86  Wilson  street ; 
house,  4  Gray  street. 

Barclay,  Mrs.  George,  36  Windsor  terrace,  St. 
George's  road. 

Barclay,  Janet,  furniture  broker,  27  Bishop  street; 
house,  117  North  street. 

BARCROFT,  Jas.,  felt  cap  manufacturer,  Waterfoot, 
near  Manchester,  33  Virginia  street. 

BARKER,  John  (of  Barker  &  Rennie),  house,  21 
Derby  street. 

Barker,  B.,  108  Hospital  street. 

Barker,  John  R.,  jun.  (of  Barker  &  Rennie),  house, 
21  Derby  street. 

Barker,  J.  D.,  wholesale  umbrella  manufacturer,  80 
Great  Clyde  street  and  85  Fox  st. ;  house,  2  St. 
Bernard's  place,  Hillhead. 

Barker  &  Rennie,  brush  and  basket  manufacturers, 
5  Candleriggs  street ;  works  and  offices,  33 
Stockwell  street. 

Barker  &  Rennie,  wholesale  and  export  brush  manu- 
facturers, 33  Stockwell  street. 

BARLAS,  David  (at  Cbas.  Tennant  &  Co.'s,  St. 
Rollox);  honse,  136  Holland  street. 

Barlas,  George,  &  Co.,  masons  and  builders,  Ruthven 
st.,  Hillhead. 

Barlas,  Misses,  boarding  and  day  school  for  young 
ladies,  7  Woodlands  terrace. 

BARLOW,  John,  M.B.,  M.R.C.S.E.,  physician,  de- 
monstrator of  physiology,  University  of  Glasgow  ; 
house,  23  Kelvingrove  street. 

Barlow,  Thos,,  manufacturer  of  drapers'  stock 
boxes,  pattern  books,  pattern  cards,  fancy  boxes, 
paper  boxes,  billiard  and  reading  lamp  shades, 
63  John  street. — See  Advt.  in  Appendix. 

BAKXiOW,  Thomas  C,  firework  artiste  to  the 
Queen,  and  the  Dukes  of  Argyll  and  Hamilton,  the 
Marquises  of  Bute  and  Lome,  &.c,  office,  103 
Bath  street ;  works,  Teuchar  hill,  Govan. — See 
Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

Barlow,  Thomas  C,  tent,  marquee,  flag  and 
banner  maker  to  the  principal  cricket  clubs  &  horti- 
cultural societies,  103  Batb.  st. — /See  Adv.  in  App. 

Barlow,  T.  O,  designer,  engraver,  lithographer,  and 
printer  by  steam  power,  103  Bath  street. 

Baencluith  Colliery  Office,  68  Great  Clyde  street. 

BARNES,  A.,  china  merchant,  40  Dundas  st.,  City  ; 
house,  42  do. 

Barnes,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  55  Poit- 
Dundas  road  ;  house,  12  Garscadden  road. 

BARNET,  Archibald  (of  Gourlie  &  Barnet),  house, 
8  Terrace  street. 

Barnet,  David,  shipmaster,  2  Maule  terrace,  Partick. 

Barnett,  Geo.,  letter  carrier,  G.P.O.,  2  Wellcrofc  pi., 
Eglinton  street. 

Barnett,  Hugh,  grain  merchant,  88  Wesleyan  street  ; 
house,  121  Annfield  street,  Dennistoun. 

Barnett,  Hugh  (of  Rutherfurd  Brothers),  house,  Elm- 
wood,  Crosshill. 

Barnett,  John,  butler,  Durham  Kippen,  194  West 
Regent  street. 

Barnett,  John,  &  Co.,  foreign  coin  exchange,  1 
Argyle  arcade. 


BARNETT.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BAER. 


99 


Barnett,  Wm.,  boot  &  shoemaker,  462  St.  George's  rd. 
Barnett,  William,  brush  manufacturer,  140  West  Nile 

street ;  house,  6  Burnside  street. 
Barnett,  Miss,  47  Garnethill  street. 
Barnett,    Miss  M.,  tobacconist,  46   William  street, 

Cowcaddens  ;  house,  6  Burnside  street. 
BARNHILL,  James,  5  Glenavon  terrace,  Partick. 
Baron,  du  Perier,  de  Larsau,  Chateaux  Livran,  Bor- 
deaux ;  A.  Stewart  &  Co.,  agts.,  106  W.  Regent  st. 
Barony  Free  Church,  43  Castle  street,  Rev.  George 

Davidson,  minister. 
Barony    Parish  Church,    near   Cathedral;    Rev.    J. 

Marshall  Lang,  D.D. 
Barony  Parish  Parochial  Board,  88  Cochrane  street 

and  26  John  street;  P.  Beattie,  inspector. 
Barony  Parish    Session    Clerk's   Office,    Edward   R. 

Catterns,  clerk,  122  Wellington  street. 
BARR,  Albany  P.  (at  Robt.  Ramsay's,  27  Greendyke 

St.),  house,  9  Montgomery  ter.,  Mount  Florida. 
Barr,  Alexander  (of  William  Barr  &  Sons),  house, 

7  Albany  place. 
Barr,  Alexander  (of  Jas.  Greenshields  &  Co.)  ;  house, 

47  Kelvinhaugh  street. 
Barr,  Alexander  (of  A.  Barr  &  Co.),  house,  35  Elm- 
bank  place. 
Barr,  Alex.  S.,  traveller  (W.  R.  W.  Smith  &  Son's), 

house,  Whining  Park  place,  Elba  Lane,  Parkhead. 
Barr,  Alex.,  house  factor,  190  Hospital  street;  house, 

101  Caledonia  road. 
Barr,   Alexander,   potato    merchant,   N.  B.  Railway, 

Queen  Street  Station;  house,  101  Caledonia  road. 
Barr,  Andrew,  joiner,  24  Ropework  lane;  house,  84 

Abbotsford  place. 
Barr,  A.,  is  Co.,  hydraulic  engineers  and  machine 

makers,  21  Bishop  street,  Anderston. — See  Ado. 

in  App. 
Barr  &  Carstairs,  accountants,  managers  of  the 

Scottish  Mercantile  Association,  85  Queen  street. 
Barr,    Campbell,   house    factor,    128    Cumberland 

street,  s.s. 
Barr,  David  (of  Moncrieff,  Paterson,  Forbes,  &  Barr), 

house,  4  Sandyford  place. 
Barr,  David,  draper,  80  Kent  st.;  ho.  5  Charlotte  st. 
Barr,  Francis,  spirit  dealer,  French  wines  and  Dutch 

cigars  importer,  13  King  street,  Pollockshaws,  and 

Springhill  terrace,  Crossmyloof;  house,  47  King 

street,  Pollokshaws. 
Barr,  Francis,  news-agent  and  stationer,  Hi  Mor- 
rison street,  s.s. 
Barr,  George,  builder  and  contractor,  14  Townmill  rd. 

house,  27  Roslea  Drive. 
Barr  &  Higgins,  coal  masters,  141  St.  Vincent  st. 
Barr,  James,   bookbinder,  stationer,  and  bookseller, 

21|-    Canning  street,    Calton;    house,   Bushyhill, 

Cambuslang. 
Barr,  James  (at  Bell,  Hornsby,  &  Co.'s),  house,  16 

Govanhill  street. 
Barr,  James,  C.E.,  surveyor  and  property  valuator, 

132   West   Regent  street;    house,    53    Hamilton 

drive,  Hillhead. 
Barr,  James  (of  Hunter,  Barr,  &  Co.)  house,  113 

Douglas  street. 
Barr,  James  (of  William  Barr  &  Sons),  house,  1 

Clifton  street. 
Barr,  James  (of  Barr  &  Knox)  ;  house,  53  Hamil- 
ton Drive,  Hillhead. 
Barr,  James,  spirit  merchant,  650  Gallowgate,  182 

London  road,  347  and  349  New  Dalmarnock  road; 

house,  37  Whitevale  street. 


Barr,  James,   grocer,   181   Great  Hamilton  street  ; 

house,  38  Montrose  street. 
Barr,  James,  tin  plate  worker,  gasfitter,  smith  and 

machine  maker,  32  Thistle  street,  s.s. ;  house,  24 

Mathieson  street,  s.s. 
Barr,  James,  dairyman,  14  Springfield  road. 
Barr,  James,  steam  pipe  and  boiler  coverer,  14  Seamen 

street  ;  house,  79  Raeberry  street. 
Barr,    James   (of  Duncan  Stewart   &    Co.),  house, 

Drums,  Old  Kilpatrick. 
Barr,  James,  writer  and  notary  public,  138  Hope  st.; 

house,  36  Willowbank  street. 
Barr,  James,  wholesale  grocer,  55  East  Howard  st. ; 

house,  22  Great  Western  road,  Hillhead. 
Barr,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  1  Swan 

street,  Port  Dundas;  house,  244  Parliamentary  rd. 
Barr,    J.   M.,   cutler,   41   Nelson  street;  house,    10 

George  street. 
Barr,    J.    M'Queen,    F.R.S.S.A.,  Associate    of    the 

Society   of  Accountants  of  England,  Portuguese 

Vice-Consul  for  Greenock  (of  Barr  &  Carstairs)  ; 

house,  16  Eton  place,  Hillhead. 
Barr,  John,  commission  merchant,  55  Glassford  st.; 

house,  8  Bridgegate,  Irvine. 
Barr,  John,  baker,  139  Eglinton  street. 
Barr,  John,  pawnbroker,  27  Maitland  lane;  house, 

41  South  Albion  street. 
Barr,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  85,  87  Jamaica 

street,  and  102,  103  Great  Clyde  Street ;  house, 

Summerlea,  Kilmalcolm. 
Barr,  John,  draper,  38  South  Albion  st.;  ho.  41  do. 
Barr,  John  A.  (of  Robert  Barr  &  Sons),  house,  10 

Sommerville  place. 
Barr,  John,   oils,   colours,  and  shoe  furnishings,  12 

Go  van  street,  s.s.;  ho.  45  Main  street,  s.s, 
Barr,   John  (at  A.    M'Gavin  &  Co.'s,  18  Ann  st., 

City),  house,  6  Prince  Edward  street,  Crosshill, 
Barr,  John  (at  N.  Adshead's),  house,  53  Storrie  st., 

Paisley. 
Barr,  John,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  156  New 

Dalmarnock  road  ;  house,  160  do. 
Barr  &  Knox,  measurers,  132  West  Regent  street. 
Barr,  Mathew,  oilskin    clothing    manufacturer    and 

waterproofer,   68  Glassford  st. ;    works,  King   st. 

east;    house,   5   Morris    place,    Monteith    row. — 

See  Adv.  in  App. 
Barr,    Patrick,    coal    merchant,    Stobcross    Mineral 

Depot;  office,  880  Dumbarton  road,  Partick  and 

Whiteinch. 
Barr,  Peter,  oil,  colour,  and  smallwares,   60  Stewart 

street,  Cowcaddens;  house,  62  do. 
Barr,  Peter  G  (at  Farquhar  &  Roxburgh's,  juniors), 

house,  32  Apsley  place,  s.s. 
Barr,   Robert,    45    Hope  street;   house,    Summerlea 

villa,  Kilmalcolm. 
BaiT,   Robert,  &  Sons,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufac- 
turers, 34  King  st.,  city;  house,  10  Somerville  pi. 
Barr,  Robert,  jun.  (of  Robert  Barr  &  Sons),  house, 

10  Sommerville  place. 
Barr,  Robert,  jun.  (at  Smith,  Sons,  &  Laughland's), 

house,  12  Florence  place,  Woodlands  road. 
Barr,  Robert,  brick  builder,  504  Gallowgate. 
Barr,    Thomas,    M.D.,   F.F.P.    &    S.G.,    aural 

surgeon  to  Glasgow  Western  Infirmary,   65  Great 

Western  road. 
Barr,  Thomas,  coalmaster,   149  St.  Vincent  street, 

Coltness   Collieries,    Newmains,    Hattonhill    Col- 
liery, Motherwell,  Orchard  Colliery,  Carluke;  res., 

Harburn,  Edinburgh. 


100 


BARR, 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY- 


-BARTHOLOMEW. 


Barr,  Thomas  M.,  civil  engineer,  Caledonian  Railway, 
Buchanan  st.  station ;  house,  16  Dalhousie  street. 
Barr,  Thomas,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  4  Spring- 
hill  terrace,  Crossmyloof. 
Barr,   W.    B.   (of  W.    B.  Barr  &   Co.),  residence, 

Mount  Blow,  Pollokshields. 
Barr,  W.  B.,  &  Co.,  merchants  and  manufacturers, 

88  St.  Vincent  street. 
Barr,  William,  potato  merchant,  53§-  Whitevale  st. 
Barr,    William,    &    Co.,    manufacturing    chemists, 

drysalters,   and   oil  merchants,  11  Miller  street ; 

works,  Bellshill. 
Barr,  Wm.  (of  Wm.  Barr  &  Co.),  residence,  Moss- 

dhu  House,  Bellshill. 
Barr,  Wm.  (of  Smith  &  Barr),  cotton  yam  merchant; 

house,  5  Ingram  street. 
Barr,  Wm.,  coalmaster,  5  Dixon  st.;  ho.  79  Park  rd. 
Barr,  Wm.,  &  Sons,  coalmasters,  collieries  Over  Dal- 

serf,  New  Marledge,  and  Longui,  58  Renfield  st.; 

res.  Maiham  Hill  house,  Larkhall. 
Barr,  William,  &  Sons,  fancy  muslin  manufacturers, 

54  Gordon  street. 
Barr,  William,  master  marines,  Lochgoil  and  Loch- 
long  Steamboat  Co.,  492  Paisley  road. 
Barr,  Wm.,  wholesale  news-agent  and  stationer,  42 

Dumbarton  road  and  230a  New  City  road;  house, 

162  Kent  road. 
Barr,  W.  B.  (of  Campbell,  Barr,  &  Peddie),  house,  8 

Fir  Park  terrace,  Dennistoun. 
Barr,  Wm.  (at  Police  Collectors'  Office,  68  Hutcheson 

street,  city),  house,  263  Cumberland  street,  s.s. 
Barr,  Mrs.  C.,  spirit  merchant,  55  Tobago  st.;  house, 

49  do. 
Barr,  Mrs.  James,  newsagent,  furnishings,  454  St. 

Vincent  street. 
Barr,  Mrs.  John,  4  Jane  st.,  and  Woodside,  Strone. 
Barr,  Mrs.  Thomas,  provision  merchant,  271  Argyle 

street ;  house,  424  do. 
Barr,  Elizabeth,  agent  for  Gray,  Dunn,  &  Co.'s  bread 

and  biscuits,  11  Caprera  pi.,  Paisley  road;  house, 

9  do. 
BARRACK,    Rev.    William,    LL.D.,   head    master 

Kelvinside  Academy,  house,  High  Windsor  villa, 

Windsor  circus,  Kelvinside. 
BARRAS,  J.  S.,  confectioner,  466  Paisley  road. 
Barras,  Rev.  Wm.,  Bellgrove   U.P.  Church ;  house, 

Riddrie  Vale,  via  Parkkead. 
BARRETT  &  Co.,  aerated  water  manufacturer,  103 

Bothwell  street. 
Barrett,  F.   Thornton,  librarian,  Mitchell  Library,  7 

Ingram  st.,  E.;  ho.  60  Eglinton  ter.,  s.s. 
Barrett,  William,  410  St.  Vincent  street. 
Barrett,  Mrs.  J.,  grocer,  291  Crown  street. 
Barrhead  and  Neilston  Railway  Station,  head  of 

Main  street,  Gorbals. 
BARRIE,  Henry  (at  D.  C.  Rait  &  Sons),  house,  312 

New  City  road. 
Barrie,  James,  joiner,  125  Forth  st,  Pollokshields; 

ho.  6  Viewfield  terrace,  do. 
Barrie,  John,    M.D.,   surgeon,  107  Eglinton  street, 

house,  3  Royal  crescent,  Crosshill. 
Barrie,  John  B.,  commission  agent,  64  Howard  st.; 

ho.  59  Renfrew  street. 
Barrie,  John,  spirit  merchant,  32  Orchard  st.,  Par- 
tick;  house,  19  do. 
Barrie,  John  Tennant,  M.D.,  F.F.P.S.,  1  Bucking- 
ham terrace. 
Barrie,  John,  grocer,  8   Carrick  street ;    house,  44 

King  street,  Tradeston, 


Barrie,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  402  and  404 
New  City  road,  and  3  Hopehill  road  ;  house,  348 
St.  George's  road. 

Barrie,  John,  plumber,  gasfitter,  and  zinc  worker, 
167  and  171  Holm  street,  and  221  Gairbraid  St., 
Maryhill  road  ;  house,  348  St.  George's  road. 

Barrie,  John  (at  Clyde  Rivet  Works),  res.  Bellshill. 

Barrie,  John,  jun.,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  86 
Elderslie  street ;  house,  142  Kent  road. 

Barrie,  John,  144  St.  Vincent  street;  house,  144 
West  Graham  street. 

Barrie,  Peter  (Caledonian  Railway  Company),  ho. 
Sandyhills,  Shettleston. 

Barrie,  William,  40  Summer  street,  London  road ; 
ho.  Bellfield  terrace,  Dennistoun. 

Barrie,  William,  baker,  182  Hospital  street. 

Barrie,  Wm.,  writer  (of  Kerr  &  Fleming,  98  Bath  st.), 
house,  Fernville,  Bothwell. 

Barrie,  Wm.  (at  Watt,  Bros.,  &  Co.),  ho.  6  Wilton 
terrace. 

Barrie,  Mrs  C,  general  furnishings,  275  and  277 
George  street ;  house,  81  John  street. 

Barrie,  Jane,  fruiterer,  4  Marjory  place,  Pollok- 
shields. 

BARRON,  Ales.,  house,  Gowanlea,  Helensburgh. 

Barron,  David,  wright,  28  Kirk  street,  s.s.;  house, 
134  Thistle  street,  s.s. 

Barron,  Jas.  F.,  cabinetmaker  and  upholsterer,  glass- 
casemaker  and  shopfitter,  226  Sauchiehall  street ; 
works,  Berkeley  street;  house,  130  Holland  st. 

Barron,  Thomas  (at  R.  &  A.  Campbell's),  house,  25 
Old  Dumbarton  road. 

BARROW,  F.  A.,  drysalter  and  commission  agent, 
glass  agent,  and  oil  and  colour  merchant,  143 
Wellington  street ;  res.  Viewpark  villa,  Partick. — 
See  Advertisement  in  App. 

Barrow,  Wm.  H.,  commission  agent,  53  Wilson  st.; 
house,  176  Kent  road. 

Barrowfield  Iron  Works,  Broad  street,  Mile-end; 
Laidlaw,  Sons,  &  Caine. 

Barrowfield  Pottery,  Avenue  street,  off  London  road. 

Barrowfield  Established  Church,  Queen  Mary  street. 

Barrowfield  Free  Church,  10  Landressy  st.,  Bridge- 
ton  ;  Rev.  John  Edgar,  A.M. 

BARROWMAN,  D.,  inspector's  clerk,  Govan  Paro- 
chial Chambers,  7  Carlton  pi.;  ho.  33  Abbotsford  pi. 

Barrowman,  James,  &  Son,  lime  merchants,  76 
Lancefield  street. 

Barrowman,  James  (of  J.  Barrowman  &  Son),  house, 
498  St.  Vincent  street. 

Barrowman,  James,  civil  and  mining  engineer,  377 
Bath  street. 

Barrowman,  John  (of  J.  Barrowman  &  Son),  ho.  8 
Pembroke  street. 

BARRY,  James  S.,  British  Linen  Co.'s  Bank ;  ho. 
3  Meadowbank  place,  Partick. 

Barry,  Sylvester  V.,  steam-power  fret  cutter  and 
wood  turner,  48  Paterson  street,  Kingston  ;  house, 
103  Hospital  street. 

BARTHOLOMEW,  Hugh,  75  West  Nile  street; 
residence,  Glenorchard,  by  Torrance  of  Campsie. 

Bartholomew,  John  A.,  64  Howard  street ;  house,  2 
Hillhead  place. 

Bartholomew,  Jn.,  &  Co.,  merchants,  cotton-spinners, 
dyers,  and  starchers,  works,  Barrowfield,  Cumber- 
land street,  Calton,  and  Dalmarnock;  office,  125 
Ingram  Street. 

Bartholomew,  Robert  (of  J.  Bartholomew  &  Co.,  125 
Ingram  st. ;  house,  Anne's  Lodge,  Bute. 


EARTON.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BEATON. 


101 


BARTON  &  Co.,  merchants,  5  Dixon  street ;  house, 

27  St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Barton  &  Bell,    accountants,    house    factors,    and 

insurance  agents,  55  Bath  street. 
Barton,  Daniel,  dairyman,  351  Dumbarton  road  and 

Crow  road,  Partick. 
Barton,  H.  (of  Barton  &  Co.),  ho.  27  St  Vincent  cres. 
Barton,  Henry,  letter  carrier,  90  Eglinton  street. 
Barton,  Robert,  letter  carrier,  90  Eglinton  street. 
Barton,  William,  cashier  (F.  H.  M'Leod's),  house,  327 

Paisley  road. 
Barton,  William  (of  William  Barton  &  Co.),  house, 

Cable  villa,  Bruce  road,  Pollokshields. 
Barton,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  hemp  and  wire  rope  makers, 

sailmakers,  and  ship  chandlers,  153  Scotland  st. 
Barton,    William,    &   Son,   trunk    and   packing-box 

makers,  52  North  Hanover  street. 
BASK  &  Co.,  Glasgow  Safe  Works,  fire  andthief  proof 

safe,  iron  doors,  and  patent  lock  manufacturers,  3 

Canning  street,  Calton  ;  Liverpool  office,  83  Gt. 

George  street. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 
BASS,    Ratcliff,    &    Gretton,   brewers,    Burton-on- 

Trent ;  Bulloch,  Lade,  &  Co.,  4  Bothwell  street, 

sole  agents. 
BASSNETT,  Thos.  (Liverpool),  patentee  of  improved 

ships  telegraphs  ;  represented  by  A.  &  A.  Malcolm, 

40  St.  Enoch  square. 
Bass-Crest  Brewery,  Alloa  ;  store,  27  St.  Enoch  sq. 
BATES,  Daniel,  commission  merchant,  77  Queen  st. ; 

house,  Wllliamslee,  Queen  Mary  avenue,  Crosshill. 
Bath  Street  Equitable  Loan  Co.;  3  Bath  street. 
Bath  Street  United  Presbyterian  Church,  Rev.  Jas. 

Scott,  minister. 
BATHGATE,  George  (at  Milton  Iron  Works),  house, 

4  Sardinia  ter.,  Hillhead. 
Bathgate,  H.  S.,  plasterer,  86  Whitevale  street. 
Bathgate,    Thomas,   commission   agent,    138    South 

Wellington  street. 
Bathville  Collieries  office,  40  St.  Enoch  square. 
BATTISON,  Peter,  fishmonger  and   poulterer,   27 

Paisley  road,  west. 
Battison,  Thomas,  family  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 

30  Dundas  street ;  house,  48  do. 
BAUCHOP,  James,  grocer,  419  Parliamentary  road  ; 

and  296  Duke  street;  house,  131  Annfield  street. 
BAUMANN,  W.,  &  Co.,  commission  merchants,  60a 

St.  George's  place. 
Baumann,    W.    N.,   importer  of  tobacconists'  fancy 

goods,  49  Jamaica  st. ;  ho.  259  St.  George's  rd. 
BAUME,  Paul,  professor  of  French,  1  Newton  ter. 
BAVAIRD,  George,  sen.,  fruiterer  and  confectioner, 

34  Caledonia  road;  ho.  295  Thistle  St.,  s.s. 
Bavarian   Iron    Glass   Ware;    agents,    G.    &    J. 

Morris  &  Co.,  84  Oswald  street. 
BAXTER,  Alex,  (of  Paterson,  Baxter,  &  Co.),  house, 

400  Crown  street,  s.s. 
Baxter,  Andrew,  brewer  (at  Greenhead  Brewery,  80 

Canning  street). 
Baxter,  Daniel,  107  Dundas  street. 
Baxter,  David,  warehouseman,  19  Elmgrove  place. 
Baxter,    David,    wine    and    spirit    merchant,    220 

Pollokshaws  road  ;  house,  181  do. 
Baxter,  Hugh,  80  Bellgrove  street. 
Baxter,  James,  missionary,  136  Slatefield  street. 
Baxter,    James    (of    Allan  &    Baxter),    house,    31 

Airlie  ter.,  St.  Andrew's  road,  Pollokshields. 
Baxter,    John,    measurer    (Boucher    &   Gowsland), 
house,  14  Cadogan  street.  WVftJ 

Baxter,  Jn.,  148  Renfrew  Street.  ' 


Baxter,  John,  joiner  and  builder,  20  Catherine  st., 
Parliamentary  road;  house,  2  Canning  place. 

Baxter,  Joseph,  brickbuilder,  58  Whitevale  street. 

Baxter,  Robt,  warehouseman,  25  North  Coburg  st. 

Baxter,  William,  16  Gibson  street,  Hillhead. 

Baxter,  Joan  C,  teacher  of  Millar's  school,  151 
George  street ;  house,  141  do. 

Baxter,  Miss,  housekeeper,  Eye  Infirmary,  170 
Berkeley  street. 

BAYLEY  &  Graham,  Central  Cooking  Depot,  22 
Argyle  street 

Bayley,  Joseph,  warper  and  winder,  100  John  st.; 
house,  25  Gladstone  street. 

Bayley,  Joseph,  grocer,  23  Rodney  street. 

Bayley,  Murray,  &  Brammer,  earthenware  manufac- 
turers, Saracen  Pottery,  Possil  park. 

BAYLIS,  Mrs.  Christina,  proprietrix  Scotia  Music 
Hall,  116  Stockwell. 

BAYNE,  A.  Malloch  (of  C.  &  J.  Malloch),  house,  32 
India  street. 

Bayne  &  Duckett,  wholesale  boot  and  shoe  manufac- 
turers, 58,  60,  62  Brunswick  street. 

Bayne  &  Duckett,  boot  and  shoe  makers,  85  Argyle  st. 

Bayne,  Henry  (at  R.  S.,  Muir  &  Co.'s),  ho.  8  Graf- 
ton square. 

Bayne,  James,  hardware  merchant,  273  High  street; 
house,  23  George  street. 

Bayne,  James,  jun.  (at  C.  &  J.  Malloch's),  house, 
306  St.  Vincent  street. 

Bayne,  John,  121  Stirling  road. 

Bayne,  Robert,  agent  for  hemp,  yarn,  coir  mats, 
sacking,  and  twine,  5  Montrose  street ;  house,  26 
New  City  road. 

Bayne,  Thomas,  teacher  of  pianoforte,  60  Elm- 
bank  street. 

BAYNES,  Jas.,  surveyor  corporation  gas ;  house, 
306  St.  Vincent  street. 

Baynes,  John,  iron  plate  roller,  Glasgow  Iron 
Works  ;  house,  9  Hopetoun  place. 

BAYNHAM,  George  Walter,  professor  of  elocution 
and  public  lecturer,  Free  Church  College  ;  house, 
16  Shaftesbury  terrace. 

Bayonne  Steam  Packet  Office,  John  &  Peter  Hut- 
cheson,  62  Broomielaw. 

Bayonne  Steam  Packet  Office,  Maclaren, 
Crum,  &  Co.,  13  Royal  Exchange  place. 

Bazaar,  Candleriggs. 

BAZIN,  M.,  &  Co.,  Suez  Canal;  agent,  F.  W. 
Allan,  15  Gordon  street. 

BEACH,  James,  messenger,  Scottish  Amicable  As- 
surance Society,  35  St.  Vincent  pi.;  ho.  31  do. 

BEALE,  John  W.  (of  Beale  &  M'Tavish),  messenger- 
at-arms  and  sheriff-officer  for  the  counties  of 
Lanark,  Renfrew,  and  Dumbarton,  49  Virginia  St.; 
house,  360  Dumbarton  road. 

Beale  &  M'Tavish,  messengers-at-arms  and  sheriff- 
officers  for  the  counties  of  Lanark,  Renfrew,  Dum- 
barton, and  Stirling,  49  Virginia  street. 

BEARDMORE,  Isaac  (of  W.  &  I.  Beardmore),  resi- 
dence, Lymington  Lodge,  Bothwell. 

Beardmore,  W.  &  I.,  Parkhead  Forge  and  Rolling 
Mills,  Parkhead. 

BEATON,  Hugh,  Cal.  Ry.  detective  inspector,  9 
Germiston  street;  house,  3  do. 

Beaton,  John,  house  factor,  6  Germiston  street ; 
house,  12  Salisbury  street,  s.  s. 

Beaton,   Roderick,  tobacconist,   403  Argyle   street; 

\ house,  24  Claremont  street. 

Beaton,  Walt.,  &  Co.,  warehousemen,  172  Cowcads, 


102 


BEATON. -GENERAL   DIRECTORY- 


-BELL. 


Beaton,  Miss  Agnes,  dressmaker,  15  Rose  street,  Gar- 

nethill. 
BEATSON,  G.  B.  M.,  manager.  Royal  Exchange. 
Beatson,  George  Thomas,  M.D.L.R.C.S.E.  physician 

and  surgeon ;  house  2  Royal  Crescent,  W. 
Beatson,  Wm.  A.,  Clydesdale  Bank,  8  George  street, 

E.;  house,  4  Park  View  terrace,  Hillhead. 
BEATTIE,  George   Young,    student    of    medicine, 

93  Rottenrow;  house,  23  George  street. 
Beattie,   Hamilton,  clerk  (at  James  Aspin's),  house, 

36  Willowhank  street. 
Beattie,  James,  bootmaker,  42  Brunswick  street. 
Beattie,  Jas.,  provision  merchant,  26  Marlborough  st. 
Beattie,  James,  collector,  146  Rottenrow. 
Beattie,  John,  tea  merchant,  57  Oswald  street ;  res., 

Rock  Lea,  Helensburgh. 
Beattie,  John,  colporteur,  146  Rottenrow. 
Beattie,  Peter,  inspector  of  poor,  Barony  Parish,  38 

Cochrane  street ;  resid.  Florence  Villa,  Crosshill. 
Beattie,  Wm.,  collector   and   commission  agent,  147 

W.  Regent  street;  house,  22  Carnarvon  street. 
Beattie,  Mrs.  J.,  tea  merchant,  29  Glebe  street. 
Beattie,  Robert,  dairyman,  548  Duke  street;  house, 

3  East  Crawford  street. 
Beattie,  Wm.,  baker,  29  Belgrove  street. 
Beattie,  Wm.,  baker,  318  Springburn  road ;  house,  2 

Adamswell  street. 
Beatty,  Wm.  H.  (at  W.  Stirling  &  Son's),  house, 

6  Buckingham  Buildings,  Billhead. 
Beatty,  Mrs.  H.,  6  Buckingham  Buildings,  Hillhead. 
BECK,    David,    merchant   tailor,    5  Rosevale  ter., 

Partick;  house,  23  Maxwell  street,  do. 
Beck,  George,  commission  agent  (at  John  C.  Yuill 

&  Co.'s),  house,  Iona  terrace,  Helensburgh. 
BECKITT,  Chas.  Richard  (of  Pearson,  Beckitt,  & 

Co),  house,  291  Sauchiehall  street, 
Beckett,    Hugh,    16    St.   Vincent  place ;    house,  3 

Windsor  terrace,  west. 
Beckett,  James    (of  Becketts    &    Co.),    house,  11 

Windsor  terrace,  west. 
Beckett,  Jas.,  portioner,  3  Brougbam  ter.,  Crosshill. 
Beckett,  W.  H.  and  A.  C,  file  manufacturers,   22 

Seamore  street ;  house,  5  Tillie  street. 
Beckett,  Jas.,   &  Son,   late   of  Sheffield,  file,  saw, 

and  tool  manufacturers  and  general  merchants,  45 

Napiershall  street;  house,  65  Garrioch  Mill  road. 
Beckett,  John,  M.D.,  sen.,  physician  and  surgeon, 

3  Brougham  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Beckett,  Rev.  Wm.,  minister  U.P.  Church,  Ruther- 

glen  ;  house,  2  Kelvinside  terrace,  north,  Hillhead. 
Beckett,  William,  writer  (of  Brownlie,  Watson,  & 

Beckett),  house,  2  Kelvinside  terrace  north. 
Becketts  &  Co.,  calico  printers,  16  St.  Vincent  place. 
Bedfokd  Street  Loan  Co.,  pawnbrokers,  1  Charlotte 

place,  off  Bedford  street. 
BEELER,  Leonard,  greengrocer,  8  Salisbury  street. 
BEGG,  Adam  (at  Merry  ton  Coal  Co.,  6  Dixon  st.), 

house,  6  Hilton  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Begg,  Alexander,  shirt  and  outfitting  manufacturer, 

55  Glassford  street ;  house,  5  Whitehill  gardens, 

Dennistoun. 
Begg,    Alex.,   commission  agent,  54    Union   street ; 

house,  1  Argyle  terrrace,  Crosshill. 
Begg,  Alexander,  &   Co.,  bonnet,  front,  and  apron 

manufacturers,  54  Union  street. 
Begg,  A.  &  T.,  wrights,  and  grain  shovel  makers, 

14£  Clyde  st,,  Calton. 
Begg,    David,   Hundred    Acre    Hill    dairy;     house, 
.    Craigbank  Cottage,  Keppochhill  road. 


Begg,     Ebenezer,      manufacturing    stationer,      170 

Buchanan  street ;  house,  76  John  street. 
Begg,  Garret,  vegetable  merchant,  Bazaar. 
Begg,  H.  A.,  &  Co.,  wholesale  outfitters  and  shirt- 
makers,  84  Argyle  street. 
Begg,  Hugh  Alexander  (of  H.  A.  Begg  &  Co.),  house, 

2  Wellesley  place,  Sandyford. 
Begg,  James,  wholesale  and  manufacturing  stationer, 

54  Miller  st.;  house,  Garvald  place,  Uddingston. 
Begg,  Thomas  (of  A.&T.  Begg,  wrights),  14£  Clyde 

street,  Calton;  house,  122  Main  st,,  Shettleston. 
Begg,    Thomas,    house    factor    and    valuator,     16 

Bellgrove  street ;  house,  216  Main  st.,  Shettleston. 
Begg,  Wm.  H.  (at  H.  A.  Begg  &  Co.'s),  house,   10 

Oakfield  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Begg,  W.  (of  W.  Riddell  &  Co.),  ho.  15  Florence  pi. 
Begg,  Christina  &  Jane,  dressmakers    and   hosiers, 

404  Cumberland  street ;  house,  48  Camden  street. 
BEHRENS,  Jacob,  stuff  merchant,  54  Miller  street. 
Behrens,  S.  L.,  &  Co.,  merchants,  80,  82  Mitchell 

street. 
BEITH,  Gilbert  (of  Beith,  Stevenson,  &  Co.),  res. 

Ballochneck  House,  Bucklyvie. 
Beith,  James,    ironfounder  (of  Moses   M'Culloch  & 

Co.,  168  Gallowgate),  house,  Bothlin,  Lenzie. 
Beith,  John  (at  R.   Beith's,   9  W.    Howard  street), 

house,  3  Dover  street. 
Beith,  Peter  (at  R.  Beith's,  9  W.  Howard  street), 

house,  Paisley. 
Beith,    Robert,  bill-poster,   9  West  Howard  street ; 

house,  5  Allanton  terrace,  Govanhill. 
Beith,  Stevenson,  &  Co.,  cotton  yarn  agents,  19  W. 

Nile  street. 
Beith  &  Thomson,  brickbuilders,  61  Marquis  st. 
Beith,  William  (at  Nitshill  and  Lesmahagow  Coal 

Co.'s),   150  St.  Vincent  street;  house,  19  Mont- 

gomerie  ter.,  Mount  Florida. 
Beith,  Mrs.    Mary,   hardware,    oils,  colours,  &c,  9 

Parkgrove  place,  Paisley  road ;  house,  8  do. 
Beith,  Miss  Janet,  dressmaker,  18  Breadalbane  street. 
Beith,  MissS.,  dressmaker,  84  Cumberland  St.,  s.s. 
BELCH,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  22  Dum- 
barton road  and  184  North  street;  house,  4  St. 

Alban's  terrace,  Dowanhill. 
Belch,  John,  jun.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  22  Dum- 
barton road  and  184  North  st. ;  house,  142  Main 

street,  Anderston. 
BELCHER,  &  Co.,  marble  cutters,  109  Both  well  st. 
Belfast  Rope  Work  Co.  (Limited),  rope  manufactu- 
rers ;  agent,  James  Mitchell,  48  Gordon  street. 
Belfast  Royal  Mail  Steam  Packets,  30  Jamaica  street. 
Belgian  Consul,  James  Dunn  &  Sons,  203  Hope 

street. 
Belgravia  College  for  Young  Ladies,  13  Newton 

ter.,  Sauchiehall  street;  Rev.  David  Walker,  M.A. 
BELFIELD,  J.  M.,  &  Co.,  jewellers,  7  Croy  place, 

109  Argyle  street. 
BELL,  Alexander,  bookseller   and   stationer,  4  St. 

George's  terrace  ;  house,  18  Rutland  crescent. 
Bell,  Alexander,   saddler,    285    Dalmarnock   road ; 

house,  45  Harvie  street,  Bridgeton. 
Bell,  A.  C,  teller  National  Bank  of  Scotland. 
Bell,    Andrew,    grocer    and    provision    dealer,    259 

Garscube  road. 
Bell,  Andrew,  plumber,  85  South  Portland  street. 
Bell,  Archibald,  manager,  S.  E.  Co-operative  Society, 

194  Waddell  street;  house,  83  Dale  st,  Tradeston. 
Bell,  A.  &  C,  booksellers  and  stationers,  9  Victoria 

buildings,  Hillhead ;  ho.  18  Rutland  crescent. 


BELL.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BELL. 


103 


Bell  &  Bain,  steam  power  and  letterpress  printers 
and  stereotype  founders,  41  and  43  Mitchell  street. 

Bell,  B.  Barton  (of  Bell  &  Provan),  house,  3  La 
Belle  place,  and  Undercliffe,  Rothesay. 

Bell  Brothers,  manufacturing  chemists,  630  Kep- 
pochhillroad;  house,  175  Craighall  road. 

Bell,  Charles,  foreign  agent  for  Swedish  timber, 
iron,  spiegeleisen,  Swedish  tramway  wheels,  &c, 
agent  for  Brown,  Bayley,  &  Dixon  (Limited) 
Sheffield  Steel  and  Iron  works,  manufacturers  of 
railway  plant,  the  Acaster  Patent  Rail  Joint  Co. 
(Limited),  Sheffield,  Mather  &  Piatt's  patent 
elastic  metallic  pistons,  Salford  Ironworks,  Man- 
chester, 29  Waterloo  street;  house,  4  Clifton  pi. 

Bell  &  Co,,  silk  mercers,  10,  12,  14,  16  Jamaica  st. 

Bell,  David,  Bank  of  Scotland  ;  house,  14  West-end 
Park  street. 

Bell,  David,  &  Co.,  tea  merchants,  21  Virginia  st. 

Bell,  David,  manager  of  Glasgow  and  West  of  Scot- 
land Servants'  Institution,  Corporation  Buildings, 
274  Sauchiehall  street;  house,  16  Smith  street, 
Hillhead. 

Bell,  David,  church  officer,  Elgin  st.  U.P.  Church. 

Bell,  David  (of  Napier,  Shanks,  &  Bell),  house,  19 
Eton  place,  Hillhead. 

Bell,  David,  73  Elderslie  street. 

Bell,  David,  tailor,  13  Sauchiehall  street. 

Bell,  Dugald,  27  Lansdowne  crescent. 

Bell,  Edmund,  agent  for  Scotland  to  Midland  Rail- 
way Company,  165  Buchanan  street. 

Bell,  Edward  J.  (Smith  &  Wellstood's),  house,  188 
Hospital  street. 

Bell,  Finlay,  flesher,  220  and  222  Argyle  street; 
house,  22  Elmbank  crescent. 

Bell,  Finlay,  sen.  (of  J.  &  F.  BeU),  ho.  Matilda  road, 
Pollokshields. 

Bell,  Finlay,  jnn.  (of  J.  &  F.  Bell),  house,  8  Bella- 
houston  ter.,  Ibrox. 

Bell,  George,  jun.,  architect,  212  St.  Vincent  street; 
house,  4  Viewfield  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Bell,  George,  valuator  (of  Clarke  &  Bell,  architects), 
house,  4  Viewfield  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Bell,  George,  photographer,  57  Argyle  street;  house, 
2  Radnor  terrace,  Sandyford. 

Bell,  Henry,  optician,  70J  Great  Clyde  street. 

Bell,  Henry  (of  John  Bell  &  Sons),  residence,  446 
Camden  road,  London. 

Bell,  Hornsby,  &  Co.,  brickraakers,  builders,  and  con- 
tractors, 197  Pollokshaws  road;  brick  works, 
Polmadie,  Rutherglen  road. 

Bell,  Hugh  (of  D.  Bell  &  Co.),  ho.  10  Westbourne  gar. 

Bell,  James  (of  Bell  &  Bain),  house,  116  Mains  st. 

Bell,  James,  English  master,  High  School;  house,  8 
Kew  terrace. 

Bell,  James  J.  (of  D.  Bell&  Co.),  house,  11  West- 
bourne  gardens. 

Bell,  James,  clerk  (at  Robert  Lewis  &  Co.,  13  Vir- 
ginia street),  house,  118  Sauchiehall  street. 

Bell,  James  T.  (of  J.  &  F.  Bell),  house,  3  Gt.  Kelvin 
terrace,  Hillhead. 

Bell,  James  (of  John  Bell  &  Sons),  house,  Cleddens, 
Bishopbriggs. 

Bell,  James,  provision  merchant,  130  New  City  road; 
house,  138  do. 

Bell,  James  (of  Park  &  Bell),  138  Cowcaddens. 

Bell,  James  P.,  tea  merchant  and  grocer,  107  New 
Dalmarnock  road;  ho.  3  Graham  st.,  Bridgeton. 

Bell,  J.  W.  S.,  letter-carrier,  G.P.O ;  house,  12  South 
Stirling  street. 


Bell,  J.  &  M.  P.,  &  Co.,  manufacturers  of  china, 
earthenware,  and  fine  sanitary  -ware,  Glasgow 
Pottery,  Stafford  street. 

Bell,  J.,  &  Co  ,  merchants,  4  West  Regent  street. 

Bell,  John  (of  John  Bell  &  Sons),  residence.  Summer- 
hill,  Shandon,  Gareloch. 

Bell,  J.  &  F.,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufacturers,  39, 
41,  and  43  Brunswick  street. 

Bell,  John  (of  J.  &  M.  P.  Bell  &  Co.),  residence, 
North  Park  house,  Hamilton  drive. 

Bell,  John  (of  Bell  &  Co.,  10  and  16  Jamaica  street), 
house,  Mossvale  cottage,  Paisley. 

Bell,  John,  mourning  warehouse,  387  Sauchiehall  st. ; 
house,  14  Shaftesbury  terrace. 

Bell,  John,  commercial  traveller,  12  Virginia  street; 
house,  176  Alliaon  street,  Govanhill. 

Bell,  John,  &  Sons,  American  meat  and  cattle 
agents,  170,  172  Argyle  street,  Glasgow ;  3 
Market  buildings,  Charterhouse  street,  London ; 
and  69  Tower  buildings,  Water  st,  Liverpool. 

Bell,  John,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  59  King 
street,  s.s. ;  house,  381  Cumberland  street,  s.s. 

Bell,  John,  &  Sons,  shipping  butchers,  170,  172 
Argyle  street. 

Bell,  John  C,  tobacconist,  229  Sauchiehall  st.  and 
79  Argyle  st. ;  ho.  106  Buccleuch  street. 

Bell,  John  H.,  clerk,  19  Rosehall  street. 

Bell,  John,  wright  and  builder,  47  Park  st.,  Plantation; 
house,  43  do. 

Bell,  Joseph,  engineer  ;  res.   Pointhouse  restaurant. 

Bell  &  Paterson,  writers,  30  Renfield  st. ;  solici- 
tors and  agents  to  the  Caledonian  Heritable  Secu- 
rity Co.  (Limited),  and  the  Edinburgh  and  Glas- 
gow Heritable  Company  (Limited). 

Bell  &  Provan,  accountants  and  stockbrokers,  69 
St.  Vincent  street. 

Bell,  Quintin,  Union  Bank  of  Scotland;  house,  10 
Westbourne  gardens,  Great  Western  road. 

Bell,  Rannie,  &  Co.,  wine  merchants,  116  St.  Vin- 
cent street. 

Bell,  Roht.  Bruce,  civil  engineer,  203  St.  Vincent  st; 
house,  2  Clifton  place. 

Bell,  R.  B.,  &  D.  Miller,  civil  engineers,  203  St. 
Vincent  street. 

BeU,  Robert,  M.D.,  F.F.P.S.G.,  physician,  29 
Lynedoch  street. 

Bell,  Robert  (of  Bell,  Hornsby,  &  Co.),  house,  2 
Marjory  place,  Pollokshields. 

Bell,  S.,  draper,  55  and  57  Dundas  street;  house,  7 
Cathedral  street. 

Bell,  Thomas,  property  agent,  12  Pollokshaws  road  ; 
house,  Brownhill  villa,  Uddingston. 

Bell,  Thos.,  Royal  Bank;  ho.  18  Belmont  crescent. 

Bell,  Thos.,  &  Son,  warehousemen,  82  Gallowgate. 

Bell,  Thomas,  writer  (at  Moncrieff,  Paterson,  Forbes, 
&  Barr's),  house,  11  Aitchison  street,  Airdrie. 

Bell,  Thos.  R.  (at  Finlay  Bell's),  ho.  224Elmbank  cres. 

Bell,  Thos.  Scott,  writer  (of  Williamson  &  Bell), 
house,  116  Mains  street,  Blythswood  square. 

Bell,  Thomas  B.,  6  and  8  Wellington  Arcade  fancy 
goods  bazaar,  166  Sauchiehall  street;  house,  20 
West  Graham  street. 

Bell,  Wm.  J.,  Lloyds'  Marine  Insurance,  75  St. 
George's  place  ;  house,  8  May  terrace,  Queen's  pb. 

Bell,  Walter,  writer  (of  Bell  and  Paterson),  house,  56 
Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Bell,  Wastle,  &  Son,  accountants,  63  Renfield  street. 

Bell,  Wm.  F.,  lithographic  writer,  49  Cadogan  st. 

Bell,  William,  bootmaker,  92  Renfield  street. 


104 


BELL. GENERAL  DIRECTORY.. 


-BENNIE. 


Bell,  Wm.  J.,  insurance  broker,  fire  and  marine,  75 

St.  George's  place  ;  ho.  8  May  ter.,  Queen's  park. 
Bell,  Wm.    (at  M.  Muir  &  Sons'),  house,  Kenmure 

terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Bell,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  metal  merchants,  189  W.  George  st. 
Bell,  Wm.  (of  Wm.  Bell  &  Co.),   house,   67  Great 

Western  road. 
Bell,  Wm.  agent  for  J.  Steains  &  Co.,  London,  57 

Oswald  street. 
Bell,  William,  dairyman,  6  East  Market  street. 
Bell,    William,    cabinetmaker  and   upholsterer,  113 

Renfrew  street. 
Bell,  William,  provision  merchant,  19  West  Milton 

street ;  house,  3  New  City  road. 
Bell,  William  M.  (of  H.  T.  Fallows  &  Co.) ;   house, 

6  Lome  terrace,  Maryhill. 

Bell,  Wm.  Scott  (of  Bell  &  Bain),  house,  116  Mains 

street,  Blythswood  square. 
Bell,  W.  C.  (at  Peter  Denniston  &  Co.'s),  house,  522 

St.  Vincent  street. 
Bell,  William,  bootmaker,  155  Kent  road. 
Bell,  W.  C,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  41  Ardgowan 

St.,  and  94  and  96  Cathcart  St.,  Paisley  rd. ;  ho. 

522  St.  Vincent  street. 
Bell,  W.  J.,  Lloyds'  Marine  Insurance,  75  St.  George's 

place  ;  ho.  8  May  terrace,  Queen's  park. 
Bell,  Mrs.,  2  Fitzroy  place. 
Bell,  Miss  S.,  draper,  55  and  57  Dundas  st. ;  house, 

7  Cathedral  street. 

Bell,  Miss  M.,  furnishings,  122  Duke  street. 

Bell,  Miss,  dress  and  mantle  maker,  120  Renfrew  st. 

Bell's    billiards,  American  bowling,   shooting,  and 

recreation    halls,    59    East    Howard   street. — See 

Adv.  inAp. 
Bellahouston  Bowling  Green,  Paisley  road,  George 

Smart,  secretary,  17  Clifford  st.,  Paisley  rd. 
Bellgkove  U.P.   Church,  Bellgrove  street ;   Rev. 

Wm.  Barras. 
BELLOT,  Jules,  &  Co.,  brandy  shippers,  Cognac; 

agents,  John  Garven  &  Co.,  84  Oswald  street. 
Bellot,    Lucien,  &  Co.,    brandy   shippers,    Cognac; 

agents,    D.    MacDougall,  jun.    &    Co.,   Faculty 

Buildings,  62  St  George's  place. 
BENDEL,  James  (at  Brown  Brothers  &  Co.'s,  51 

Cadogan  street),  house,  20  Sussex  street,  Park- 
grove,  Paisley  road,  west. 
BENGER,  Michael,  R.C.  clergyman,  68  Abercromby 

street. 
BENION,  John  D.,  china  merchant,  23  Little  st. ; 

house,  31  Reidvale  street. 
Benmoke  Distillery,  Campbeltown ;  office,  4  Both- 
well  street. 
BENN,   Uriah,    fruiterer    and    confectioner,    194a 

London  road  ;  house,  200  do. 
BENNETT,  A.,  &  Co,  iron  masters,  Carntyne  Rolling 

Mills,  Parkhead;  ho.  130  Westmuir  st.,  Parkhead. 
Bennett,  Alexander(of  Fleming,  Bennett,  &  M'Laren), 

house,  69  St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Bennett,  Archd.  M.  (of  J.  B.  Bennett  &  Sons),  ho. 

6  Albion  crescent,  Dowanhill. 
Bennett,    Browne,    &    Co.,    insurance    brokers,    17 

Exchange  square. 
Bennett  &  Co.,  merchants,  and  wholesale  wine  and 

brandy  dealers,  84  York  st.,  and  14_Prince's  st, 

Dundee. 
Bennett  &  Co.,  rectifiers,  84  York  street. 
Bennett,  Frank  A.  P.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  400 

Springburn  road,  and  2  Palermo  street ;  house,  404 

Springburn  road. 


Bennett,  G.  N.,  teller,  National  Bank  of  Scotland. 
Bennett,  George,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  124  and 

126  Naburn  street,  and  124  Kidston  street. 
Bennett,  H.  Ogilvie,  C.E.  (of  Henry  Bennett  &  Co.), 

123  Hope  street. 
Bennett,  Henry,  &  Co.  (late  Bennett  &  Kennedy), 

consulting  mechanical  engineers,  iron  merchants, 

machinery  agents,  and  valuators,  123  Hope  st. 
Bennett,  Jas.   G.,  wine,  spirit,   and  cigar  importer, 

21  Tower  street,  and  1  Clark  street,  Kinning  park; 

house,  Dalton  Villa,  Murra  park,  Govan. 
Bennett,  John,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  81  Stirling 

road ;  house,  24  Grafton  street. 
Bennett,  J.,  dairyman,  329  Caledonia  road. 
Bennett,  J.   Charles  B.  (of  J.  B.  Bennett  &  Sons), 

house,  171  Sandringham  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Bennett,  J.  B.,  &  Sons,  painters,  interior  decorators, 

and  paper-hangers  to  the  Queen,  50  Gordon  street ; 

workshops,  134  Berkeley  street. 
Bennett,  Robert,  joiner,  25  Bothwell  street. 
Bennett,  Robert  J.  (of  J.  B.  Bennett  &  Sons),  house, 

8  Holland  place. 
Bennett,   Robt.,  &  Co,  warehousemen,  69  Ingram 

street. 
Bennett,  Robert,  hat  and  cap  manufacturer,  wholesale 

and  retail,  69  and  71  Argyle  street ;  house,  448 

Crown  street. 
Bennett,  Thos.,  &  Son,  London  gold  beaters ;    sole 

agent,  P.  B.  Walker,  231  Buchanan  street. 
Bennett,   Thos.   pattern  card  and  book   maker,  12 

Miller  street. 
Bennett,  Thomas,  wine    and    spirit   merchant,   480 

Paisley  road ;  house,  3  Afton  cres.,  Paisley  road. 
Bennett,  Thos.,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  18  Bute 

terrace,  Strathbungo ;  ho.  Netherwood,  Langside. 
Bennett,  Wm.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  68  Hamilton 

street,  1  Logie  street,  and  75,  77,  Langland's  rd., 

Govan  ;  ho.  7  Osborne  ter.,  Copelandrd.,  Govan. 
Bennet,  Wm.,  warehouseman,  29  South  Portland  st. 
Bennett,  Mrs.,  dressmaker  and  milliner,  181  Crown  st. 
Bennett,  Madame,  teacher  of  pianoforte  and  singing, 

187  Dumbarton  road. 
BENNIE,  Andrew,  &  Sons,  joiners  and  packing-box 

makers,  132  Hunter  street ;  house,  175  Duke  st. 
Bennie,  Andrew,  teller,  British  Linen  Co.'s  Bank,  42 

Trongate  ;  house,  Garrel  Garden,  Kilsyth. 
Bennie,    David  (of  David  Bennie   &    Sons),  house, 

Coplan  hill,  Pollokshaws  road. 
Bennie,  David  (of  Glasgow  and  Greenock  Shipping 

Co.'s),  house,  26  Granville  street. 
Bennie,  David,  &  Sons,  cut  and  patent  wrought  steel 

nails,  bolts  and  nuts,  chain  and  washer  makers,  68 

Mitchell  street. 
Bennie,  George,  &  Co.,  oil  and  chemical  engineers 

and  ironfounders,   Kinning  Park  Foundry,  Great 

Wellington  street,  off  Paisley  road. 
Bennie,  George   (of  G.   Bennie   &    Co.),   residence, 

Brooksby,  Aytoun  road,  Pollokshields. 
Bennie,    George,    grocer,    36    Orr    street ;     house, 

38  do. 
Bennie,  Geo.,  flesher,  104  Cumberland  st.;  house,  3 

Salisbury  street. 
Bennie,  James,  jun.  (of  James  Bennie  &  Co.),  house, 

71  Dixon  avenue,  Crosshill. 
Bennie,  James,   flesher,  186  Cumberland  street  and 

244  Govan  road  ;  house,  184  Cumberland  street. 
Bennie,  James,  agent  for  Glenmavis  Distillery,  Bath- 
gate (at  J.  &  R.  Williamson's,  3  Royal  Exchange 

court)  ;  ho.  26  Granville  street,  west. 


BENNIE. 


-GENERAL   DIRECTORY. 


-BEVERIDGE. 


105 


Bennie,   James,  &  Co.,  engineers,  machinists,  iron- 
founders,  and  boilermakers,  Clyde  Engine  Works, 
Kinning  street. 
Bennie,    John,    hydraulic  engineer  and  machine 
maker,  and  maker  of  all  kinds  of  hydraulic  steam 
and  hand  hoists ;  maker  of  the  patent  water  engine 
for  pumping  presses,  hand  pumps,  hydraulic  presses, 
and  tobacco  machinery,  Star  Engine  Works,  39 
M'Farlane  street ;  house,  65  Great  Hamilton  st. 
Bennie,  John,  spirit  dealer,  20  and  22  Kirk  street, 
Calton,  and  61  Clyde  place,  s.s. ;  ho.  60  Clyde  pi. 
Bennie,  John,  spirit  merchant,  24  Royal  arcade  and 

309  Hope  street;  ho.  141  Surrey  street. 
"Bonnie,  John  R.,  engineer  (oil  and  chemical),  Kin- 
ning Park  Foundry  ;  residence,  Brooksby,  Aytoun 
road,  Pollokshields. 
Bennie,    Matthew,    china    merchant,    stationer,  and 

tobacconist,  142  Main  street,  Maryhill. 
Bennie,  William,  fiesher,  4,  5,  and  8  Titwood  place  ; 

house,  19  Titwood  place,  Strathbungo. 
Bennie,  William,  &  Co.,  machinery  merchants  and 
machinery  stores,   121   and  123   Graeme  street ; 
house,  4  Dunn  street,  Bridgeton. 
BENSON,  Robert,   yarn  merchant,  24  Dalmarnoek 

road ;  house,  9  do. 
Bent  Colliery  Co.,  limited,  coal  masters,  Hamilton, 

170  Hope  street. 
BENZIE,  Wm.,  wright  and  builder,  Victoria  street, 

Hillhead ;  house,  1  Oakvale,  Hillhead. 
BERENDSHON,  Bemhard  (at  Heyman  &  lager), 

house,  40  Berkeley  street. 
BERGER,  Emile,  professor  of  music,  pianoforte,  and 
singing ;  house,  122  Holland  st.,  and  244  Regent 
street,  London,  W. 
BERGIUS,  Henry  (of  Walter  C.  Bergius  &  Co.'s), 

house,  6  Hamilton  drive,  Hillhead. 
Bergius,  Walter  C,  &  Co.,  iron  merchants,  engineers, 

&c,  3  North  court,  Royal  Exchange. 
Bergius,  Walter  C.  (of  Walter  C.  Bergius  &  Co.),  ho. 

9  Loudon  terrace,  Hillhead. 
BERGNER,    Otto,    salesman,    142    James   street, 

Bridgeton. 
Berlin   Photographic    Rooms;    B.    Wohlgemuth, 

proprietor,  202  Hope  street. 
BERMINGHAM,  J.  &  H.  (of  Leek),  manufacturers 
of  machine  and  sewing  silk,  55  Glassford  street ; 
W.  Kirkland,  agent. 
BERNARD,  Charles,  proprietor  of  Gaiety  theatre,  35 
Sauchiehall  street ;  ho.  31  do.  and  Bogton  house, 
Cathcart. 
Bernard,   Chas.,    Burgundy  shipper,  Beaune ;   John 

Reid,  agent,  23  Royal  Exchange  square. 
Bernard,    Charles,     wine   shipper,    Beaune;    agents, 

M'Kill  Brothers,  29  Waterloo  street. 
Bernard,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  341 

Garscube  road;  house,  22  Gladstone  street. 
Bernard,    Thomas   &   James,   brewers,   Edinburgh ; 

A.  M'Laren,  agent,  112  Bath  street. 
Bernard    Street    Congregational    Church,   Rev. 

Robert  Dey,  minister. 
BERNHARDT,  E.  W.,  H.M.  Customs  ;  house,  186 

Henderson  street,  New  City  road. 
BERRY,  A.  G.,  &  Co.,  consulting  engineers,  East 
and  West  Indian  agents,  15  Brown  street ;  house, 
38  Carnarvon  street. 
Berry,  Barclay,  &  Co.,  corn   factors,  27  Royal  Ex- 
change square. 
Berry,    Herbert    (of  Berry    &   Vogel),  house,    150 
Woodlands  road. 


Berry,  John,  upholsterer,  272  Buchanan  street. 
Berry,   Robert,  advocate,  professor  of  law,   Univer- 
sity; house,  3  College. 
Berry,  Thos.  (of   Thos.    Berry  &  Co.),   house,   21 

Grange  terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Berry,  Thos.,  &  Co.,wholesale  umbrella  manufacturers, 

28  Miller  street. 
Berry,    Thomas,    organist,    Trinity    Congregational 

Church  ;  house,  40  Rosebank  terrace,  Grant  st. 
Berry  &   Vogel,   yarn    and    commission  agents,  4 

North  court,  Royal  Exchange. 
Berry,  Walter  (of  Berry,  Barclay,  &  Co.),  27  Royal 

Exchange  square. 
Berry,  William,  carver  and  gilder,  340a  Duke  street ; 

house,  342  do. 
Berry,  Wm.  W.,  traveller  (at  Jas.  Sword  &  Son's), 

house,  13  Willowbank  crescent. 
Berry,  Mrs.   T.,  umbrella  manufacturer,  87  Canning 

street ;  house,  10  Main  street,  Bridgeton. 
Berry,  Catherine,  Miss,  tobacconist,  oils  and  colours, 

93  North  street. 
BERTRAM,  Arch.  Robb,  wine  merchant,  restaurateur, 
&c,  Refreshment  rooms,  Buchanan  st.  Station  ;  ho. 
197  Pitt  street. 
Bertram  &  Alexander,  solicitors  and  notaries  public, 
184  Buchanan  street;  house,  110  Garthland  drive, 
Dennistoun. 
Bertram  &  Co.,  commission  merchants  and  agents,  25 

Gordon  street. 
Bertram,  James,  305  St.  Vincent  street. 
Bertram,  John  A.,  engraver,  23  Jamaica  street. 
Bertram,  Peter,  manufacturing,  export,  and  wholesale 
stationer,   paper-ruler,    bookbinder,    printer,    and 
account-book    manufacturer,     label    maker,    and 
fancy  goods  merchant,  355  Argyle  street;  works, 
41    York  street;   mercantile  branch,  72   Gordon 
street;  house,  Freeland  bank,  Partick. 
Bertram,  Wm.  (of  P.  Bertram's,  355  Argyle  st.). 
Bertram,  William,  commission   agent,  33   Virginia 

street ;  house,  188  Hospital  street. 
BERTRAND,  P.  fils  jeune,  Chinou,  France  ;  William 

Bryce  &  Co.,  40  St.  Enoch  square,  agents. 
BERWICK,  Alexander,   merchant  and  commission 

agent,  11  Wood  lane. 
Bessbrook  Spinning  Co.,  linen  manufacturers,  Bess- 
brook,  near   Newry;     A.    J.    Larke,    agent,    51 
Buchanan  street. 
BEST,  David,  grocer,  51J  College  street;  house,  2 

Firpark  terrace,  Dennistoun. 
Best,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  80  Glou- 
cester street ;  house,  35  Paterson  street. 
BETHUNE,  Peter,  162a  Stafford  place,  New  City 

road. 

BEVERIDGE,  A.   B.,  paper-ruler,  bookbinder,  and 

stationer,  62  Queen  St.;  house,  26   George  street, 

and  8  Crawford  street,  Largs. 

Beveridge,  A.,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  export  pickle 

and  sauce  manufacturers,  vinegar  merchants,  &c, 

105  and  107  Surrey  st. ;  ho.  117  Cumberland  st. 

Beveridge  Brothers,  general  grocers,  639  Duke  street ; 

house,  79  Roslea  drive. 
Beveridge,  David,  millinery  show  rooms,  323  Sau- 
chiehall street ;  house,  55  Game  thill  st. 
Beveridge,  Jas.,  manufacturers'  agent,   72  Virginia 

street;  house,  1  Lome  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Beveridge,  James,  teacher,  E.C.  Normal  School ;  ho., 

81  Gloucester  street. 
Beveridge,  Robert,  tailor  and  clothier,  79  London  st. ; 
house,  Kilmalcolm. 

D2 


106 


BEWS. GENERAL  DIRECTORY- 


-BIRMINGHAM. 


BEWS,  Alexander  B.  (of  Bews,  Miller,  &  Co.), 
house,  104  West  Graham  street. 

Bews,  Miller,  &  Co.,  manufacturers  of  ladies'  dressing 
gowns,  underclothing,  and  baby  linen,  100  Welling- 
ton street. 

Bews,  Mrs.  David,  32  Windsor  street. 

BEXFIELD,  Henry  Joseph,  importer  of  Havana 
cigars  and  American  tobacco,  64  Howard  street 
and  54  Fox  st. ;  house,  Viewfield  villa,  Lenzie. 

Bexfield,  H.  J.,  paper  bag  maker  and  printer,  64 
Howard  street  and  54  Fox  lane ;  resid.  Viewfield 
villa,  Lenzie. 

Bexfield,  H.  J.,  importer  of  ornamental  confectionery, 
64  Howard  street  and  54  Fox  st. ;  resid.  Viewfield 
villa,  Lenzie. 

Beteotjt  and  Glasgow  Steam  Packet  Office,  Hen- 
derson Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 

BICKERTON,  David,  6  Nelson  terrace,  Hillhead. 

BIBBY,  John,  Sons,  &  Co.,  copper  smelters  Liver- 
pool; C.  Dunderdale,  sole  agent,  119  St.  Vincent  st. 

BIGGAR,  Alexander,  music  and  instrument,  151  W. 
Regent  street,  and  Rothesay ;  house,  20  Buccleuch 
st.,  Glasgow. 

Biggar,  James,  joiner,  Crossmyloof;  house,  East 
park  cottage,  Shawlands. 

Biggar,  James,  &  Co.,  music  sellers,  159  Sauchiehall 
St.;   ho.  77  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Biggar,  John,  superintendent  Glasgow  branch  of  the 
Religious  Tract  and  Book  Society  of  Scotland,  43 
Holmhead  street. 

Biggar,  Robert,  pawnbroker,  303  Argyle  street. 

Biggar,  Robert,  shoe  warehouse,  87  London  road; 
house,  240  do. 

Biggar,  Thomas,  &  Co.,  manufacturers  of  costumes, 
&c,  230  Argyle  street. 

Biggar,  Thomas  (of  Thomas  Biggar  &  Co.),  house, 
18  Oakshaw  hill,  Paisley. 

Biggar,  William  (of  Thomas  Biggar  &  Co.),  house, 
18  Oakshaw  hill,  Paisley. 

Biggar,  W.  H.,  tobacco  and  cigar  merchant,  147 
»  Sauchiehall  street. 

BIGGS,  John  A.,  surgeon  dentist,  46  St.  George's  road. 

BIGNELL,  George,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  14 
Kelvinhaugh  street ;  house,  39  do. 

Bilbao  Steam  Packet  Office,  John  and  Peter  Hutchi- 
son, 62  Broomielaw.   . 

Bilbao  Steam  Packet  Office,  Maclaren,  Cram, 
&  Co.,  13  Royal  Exchange  place. 

Bilbao  Steam  Packet  Office,  Burrell  &  Son,  141 
Buchanan  street. 

Bilbao  Iron  Ore  Co.  (Limited),  Wm.  Lockhart  &  Co., 
agents,  25  Gordon  street. 

BILSLAND,  Archibald,  grocer  and  provision  mer- 
chant, 65  Dalmarnock  road;    ho.  121  Canning  st. 

Bilsland,  Archibald,  provision  dealer,  52  King  st., 
Tradeston ;  house,  14  St.  James'  street,  Kingston. 

Bilsland  Brothers,  bakers,  29  Elderslie  street,  8  Perth 
street,  and  118  Main  street.  Anderston. 

Bilsland  Brothers,  bakers,  8  Greenhill  street. 

Bilsland,  John,  rivet,  bolt,  and  screw  manufac- 
turer, 37  Elliot  street,  Cranstonhill ;  house,  377 
Bath  crescent. — See  Adv. 

Bilsland,  Wm.  (of  Bilsland  Brothers),  house,  435 
Sauchiehall  street. 

Bilsland,  Malcolm,  prov.  mercht.,  146  Stobcross  st. 

BINGHAM,  Samuel,  cutter  (at  Jas.  Thomson  & 
Son),  house,  395  Eglinton  street. 

BINGS,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  15 
Oswald  street,  Bridgeton ;  house,  17  do. 


BINNIE,  Alexander  H.,    tea   merchant,    4    and   6 

Oswald  street ;  house,  Hagg's  view,  Shawlands. 
Binnie,  Alex.,  inspector  of  branches,  Clydesdale  bank, 

house,  357  Eglinton  street. 
Binnie,  D.,  Park  villa,  Queen  Mary  avenue,  Crossbill. 
Binney,    Edward,   glass    bender    and    glazier,    111 

Stirling  street,  Port  Dundas;  house,  109  do. 
Binnie,  James,  fireclay  manufacturer  ;  works,  Gart- 

cosh ;  office,  69  Bath  st.;   depot,  Glebe  street,  St. 

Rollox  ;  ho.  6  Crown  gardens,  Dowanhill. 
Binnie  &  Murray,  measurers,  194  St.  Vincent  st. 
Binnie,  Robert,  smith  and  farrier,  3  Warwick  street ; 

house,  405  Eglinton  street. 
Binnie,  Robert  (at  Walter  Wilson  &  Co.'s),  house,  23 

Devon  street,  s.s. 
Binney  &  Son,  machinery  beltmakers,  sole  agents 

for  "Helvetia  leather,  belting,  and  laces,"  50  West 

Howard  st. — See  Adv.  in  App. 
Binnie,  Thos.;  property  valuator,  207  Hope  st.;  house, 

The  Knowe,  Queen's  dr.,  Crossbill. 
Binnie,  Wm.  (of  the  Oak  Foundry  Co.),  house,  123 

John  Knox  street. 
Binniehill  Collieries  Office,  John  Watson,  123  St. 

Vincent  street. 
BINNING,  John  (of  Andrew  Anderson,  Fordyce,  & 

Co.),  house,  Woodend  cottage,  Langside. 
Binning,  Robert,  merchant  and  commission  agent,  116 

St.  Vincent  st.  ;  house,  2  Prince's  ter.,  Dowanhill. 
Binning,  William,  warehouseman,  105  Glassford  st; 

house,  40  Buccleuch  street. 
BIRCH,  Misses,  teachers,  7  Walmer  crescent. 
BIRCHWOOD,  S.  C,  bookkeeper  (at  Jas.  Cowan's, 

11  &  13  Hydepark  st),  house,  28  Overnewton  st. 
BIRD  &  Affleck,  chartered  accountants,  115  St.  Vin- 
cent street. 
Bird,  Alex.  P.  (at  Geo.  Wilson  &  Co.'s),  house,  Swan- 

ston  street. 
Bird,  David,  writer  (of  David  Bird  &  Son  22  Ren- 
field  street),  house,  Avonton,  Bellahouston. 
Bird,  David,  &  Son,  writers,  22  Renfield  street. 
Bird,  David,   Strand  Coal  Co.,   Airdrie;  house,  16 

Queen's  Square,  Strathbungo. 
Bird,  David,  jun.,  G.A.  (of  Bird  &  Affleck),  house, 

Airliewood,  Bellahouston. 
Bird,  Gregory  (British  Asphalte  Co.,  92  Stirling  st., 

Port  Dundas),  house,  8  Berkeley  terrace. 
Bird,  Neilson,  writer  (of  David  Bird  &  Son),  house, 

14  Ibrox  terrace,  Govan. 
Bird  &  Hartley,  enamellers  and  japanners  on 

iron,  slate,   zinc,  &c,  15   and  19  Milton  lane, 

Cowcaddens. — See  Advt.  in  App. 
Bird,  John  (of  Bird  &  Hartley). 
Bird,  John  R.,   engineer,    10   Morrison  street,  s.s. ; 

house,  Avonton,  Bellahouston. 
Bird,  Robert,  solicitor  ("at  Maclay,  Murray,  &  Spens'), 

house,  Avonton,  Bellahouston. 
Bird,  Robert  A.  (of  R.  A.  Bird  &  Co.),  house,  34 

Rupert  street. 
Bird,  Robert  A.,  &  Co.,  merchants,  174  W.  George 

street. 
Bird  &  Robertson,  engineers,  10  Morrison  st,  Kingston. 
BIRKIN6HAW  Coal  Co.,  coal  masters,  97  Welling- 
ton street. 
BIRKMYRE,   Rev.   A.    B.,    Kinning    Park   Free 

Church  ;  house,  19  Queen's  square,   Strathbungo. 
Birkmyre,  Miss,  71  Elmbank  street. 
Birmingham  Battery  and  Metal  Company, 

Digbeth  and  Selly  Oak,  Birmingham,  manufacturers 

of  brass  and  copper  tubes,  brazed,  mandril,  and  solid 


BIRMINGHAM.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BLACK. 


107 


drawn ,  for  locomotive  and  marine  boilers,  surface  con- 
densers, copper  steam-tubes,  brass  and  copper  wire, 
brass  and  copper  sheets,  rolled  brass,  condenser 
plates,  African  rods,  gun  and  ingot  metal ;  sole 
representative  for  Scotland,  Liverpool,  Leeds,  and 
North  of  England,  T.  D.  Sproat,  Royal  Exchange. 

Birmingham  Plate  Glass  Co.,  Smethwick  ;  agents, 
Niven  and  Pratt,  72  Waterloo  street. 

Birmingham  Patent  Iron  and  Brass  Tube  Company, 
Smethwick,  makers  of  brass  and  copper  gas  tubes, 
brass  and  copper  sheets,  yellow  solder,  brass  and 
copper  wire,  brass  boiler  tubes,  brass  and  copper 
condenser  tubes,  condenser  tube  plates,  brazed 
copper  tubes  and  pipes,  solid  drawn  copper  tabes, 
copper  tubes  and  pipes  bent  to  plan ;  sole  agent, 
Wm.  Lester,  Coal  Exchange,  58  Renfield  street. 

BIRRELL,  Alexander  (of  Crawford,  Easton,  &  Co.), 
house,  6  Kelvinside  terrace,  north. 

Birrell  Brothers,  boot  and  shoe  manufacturers  and 
leather  merchants,  17  and  19  Candleriggs,83  Argyle 
st.,  and  105  Sauehiehall  st. 

Birrell,  Edward,  hoot  top  cutter,  22  Pitt  street; 
house,  191  Claythorn  st. 

Birrell,  James  A.,  insurance  broker  (of  Wingate, 
Birrell  &  Co.),  residence,  Middlefield  house. 

Birrel,  James  G.  (of  Birrel  Brothers),  house,  314 
Renfrew  street. 

Birrell,  James  (of  Blair,  Campbell,  &  M'Lean), 
house,  9  Burnbank  terrace. 

Birrel,  Peter  (of  Birrel  Brothers),  house,  10  Keir 
terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Birrell,  Stenhouse,  &  Co.,  shipbuilders,  Dumbarton. 

Birrell,  Walter,  insurauce  broker  (of  Wingate,  Bir- 
•  rell,  &  Co.),  residence,  Middlefield,  Partick  hill. 

Birrell,  Wm.  Euing,  insurance  broker  (of  William 
Euing  &  Co.),  house,  29  Ashton  ter.,  Dowanhill. 

Birrel,  William  (of  Birrel  Brothers),  residence,  15 
Hill  St.,  Garnethill,  and  Osborne  House,  Gourock. 

Birrell,  Mrs.  Wm.,  8  Wilton  crescent. 

Birrell,  Misses,  milliners  and  dressmakers,  447 
Sauehiehall  street. 

BIRSE,  David,  tailor  and  clothier,  55  Cathcart  rd, 
Govanhill ;  house,  53  do. 

BISHOP,  Andrew,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  748 
Garscube  road  ;  house,  50  Firhill  road. 

Bishop  &  Duncan,  saddlers,  224  St.  George's  road ; 
house,  79  Grove  street. 

Bishop,  John,  ship  chandler,  52  Clyde  place  ;  house, 
112  Gloucester  street. 

Bishop,  John,  &  Co.,  ship  brokers  and  merchants,  97 
Union  street,  and  at  London  and  Liverpool. 

Bishop,  John,  6  Hillside  terrace,  Dennistoun. 

Bishop,  Thomas,  ironmonger,  ship  chandler,  tin- 
smith, and  flag  maker,  52  Clyde  place. 

Bishop,  Thomas  G.  (of  Cooper  &  Co.,  12  Howard 
street),  residence,  Craven  House,  Hamilton. 

Bishop,  William,  ship  chandler,  52  Clyde  place ; 
house,  26  St.  Andrew's  street,  Pollokshields. 

Bishop,  Wm.  A.,  bootmaker,  75^  South  Portland  st. 

Bishop,  Miss  Mary,  95  Holland  street. 

BISHTON,  George  H,  83  Buchanan  street;  house, 
249  West  George  street. 

BISKET,  John,  portioner,  Langton  Villa,  St.  John's 
road,  Pollokshields. 

BISLAND,  Robert,  measurer,  243  St  Vincent  street; 
house,  15  Wellmeadow  street,  Paisley. 

Bisland,  Miss  A.,  dressmaker,  17  University  street. 

BISSETT,  Alex.,  jun.  (at  A.  Bissett's),  house,  2 
Granville  place,  off  St.  George's  road. 


Bissett,    Alexander,    wholesale    and   retail    cabinet- 
maker, upholsterer,  and  general  house  furnisher ; 

show  rooms,  119  Sauehiehall  street  and  235  Hope 

street;  works,  21   and  23  Rupert   street ;  house, 

5  India  street. 
Bisset,  J.,  missionary,  79  Taylor  street. 
Bissett,  J.  G.  (at  Montgomery  &  Turnbull's),  house, 

15  Shaftesbury  terrace. 
Bissett,  J.  L.,  manager,  United  Counties  Commercial 

Insurance  Co.,  Limited,  33  Virginia  street;  ho., 

386  Lansdowne  terrace,  Great  Western  road. 
Bissett,  Wm.  S.,  stationer  and  printer,  19  W.  Howard 

st.;  house,  29  Heriot  st.,  Pollokshaws. 
Bisset,  Misses,  37  Berkeley  terrace,  Elderslie  street. 
BIVORT,  H.  J.,  Jumet  (Belgium);   agents,  Archd. 

Arrol  &  Sons,  16  Dixon  street. 
BLACK,  Adam,  &  Son,  painters  and  paperhangers, 

110  Cumberland  st.,  s.s. ;  house,  172  Hospital  st. 
Black,  Alexander  (of  Black  &  Robson),  house,  214 

Adelaide  place,  Bath  street. 
Black,  Andrew,  H.M.  Customs  ;  house,  223  Duke  st. 
Black,  Andrew,  saddler,  7  West  Campbell  street. 
Black,  Andrew  (of  Shirra  &  Black),  house,  33  Sham- 
rock street. 
Black,  Andw.,  artist,  113  West  Regent  street ;  house, 

1  Whitfield  place,  Govan. 
Black,  Andrew,    family   grocer,  202  North   street; 

house,  362  St.  Vincent  street. 
Black,  Andrew  H.,  &  Co.,  brewers,  39  Kinning  place. 
Black,  Archd.,  slater  and  concrete  builder,  197  Dum- 
barton road  ;  branch,  Clyde  place,  Whiteinch  ;  ho., 

30  Kelvinhaugh  street. 
Black,  A.  H.  (of  A.  H.  Black  &  Co.,  brewers),  res. 

Helensburgh. 
Black,  Archd.  C. ,  writer  (of  M'Grigor,  Donald,  & 

Co.),  172  St.  Vincent  street. 
Black,  Charles,  chimney  sweeper  and  soot  merchant, 

105  Stockwell  street. 
Black,  Colin,  news  agent,  13  Moore  street. 
Black,   David  A.  (of  Black  &  Robson),  house,  214 

Adelaide  place,  Bath  street. 
Black,  David,  home  and  foreign  produce  broker,  grain 

and  commission  merchant,  31   Hutcheson  street; 

residence,  Maryfield  villa,  Cambuslang. 
Black,  Dav.,  &  Co.,  woollen  warehouse,  28  Gallowgate. 
Black,  David  (of   Hay  &  Black),  house,  3  Albion 

crescent,  Dowanhill. 
Black,   D.    Campbell,   M.D.,   L.R.C.S.  Edinburgh; 

consulting  rooms,  528  St  Vincent  street,  and  at 

50  Woodlands  road,  9  to  10  a.m.,  and  4  to  6  p.m. 
Black,  Dugald  (of  J.  &  D.  Black),  house,  5  Douglas  st. 
Black,  Duncan,  tailor  and  clothier,  430  Argyle  st. 
Black,  Gavin  (of  William  Black  &  Sons),  ho.  Easter 

Moffat,  Airdrie. 
Black,  Gavin,  portioner,  46  Whitevale. 
Black,    George,    writer    (of    Black,  Honeyman,    & 

Monteath),  1  Alfred  terrace,  Hillhcad. 
Black,  George,  Inland  Revenue    Office ;    house,  39 

Struan  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Black,  Geo.  G.,  &  Co.,  Natal  agents,  ship  brokers  and 

commission  merchants,  97  West  George  street. 
Black,  G.  G.   (of  Geo.  G.  Black  &  Co.),  house,  23 

Royal  crescent,  W. 
Black,  George,  3  Albion  crescent,  Dowanhill. 
Black,  Henry,  baker,  101  Stirling  road;  ho.  6  Ure 

place. 
Black,    Honeyman,  &  Monteath,  writers,   88   West 

Regent  street. 
Black,  Hugh,  23  Willowbank  crescent. 


108 


BLACK.- 


-GENERAL   DIRECTORY. 


-BLACK. 


Black,  Hugh,  French  polisher,  75  E.  Howard  street. 
Black,  Rev.  James,   D.D.,  Wellington   street   U.P. 

Church ;  res.  Leabank,  Queen's  drive,  Crosshill. 
Black,  James,  &  Co.,  calico  and  muslin  printers,  23 

Royal  Exchange  square  ;  works,  Dalmonach,  Dum- 
bartonshire. 
Black,  James,  &  Son,  insurance  agents,  News  Room, 

Royal  Exchange  ;  ho.  8  Burnbank  ter. 
Black,  James,  fancy  paper-box  maker,  10  Garthland 

street,  off  Glassford  st.  ;  house,  26  Carnarvon  st. 
Black,    James    (of    Black    &    Wingate,    and    the 

Kelvinhaugh  Spinning  Co.),  resid.  Auchentoshan 

house,  Dumbartonshire. 
Black,  James   (of  Guthrie,  Shaw,  &  Co.),  house,  3 

Cobden  place,  Mount  Florida. 
Black,  James  W.,   104  St.  Vincent  st;  house,  92 

Abbotsford  place. 
Black,  J.  &  Co.,  coppersmiths,  58  St.  James'  street, 

Paisley  road ;  house,  17  Shields  road. 
Black,  J.,  draper,  643  Gallowgate ;  house,  645  do. 
Black,  J.  &  D.,  fleshers,  447  Argyle  street. 
Black,  John    S.    (of  Keiller   &   Black),   house,   45 

Rose  street,  Garnethill.     t  tmal 
Black,  John,  manufacturer,  90  Mitchell  street,  house, 

95  George  street. 
Black,  John,  brush  merchant,  410  Argyle  st.;  house, 

426  St. Vincent  street. 
Black,  John,  &  Co.,  wire-rope  and  cordage  manufac- 
turers, sailmakers  and  ship  outfitters,  204  Elliot  st. 
Black,  John  (of  John  Black  &  Co.,  Lancefield),  ho. 

16  Park  terrace. 
Black,  John  Albert  (of  John  Black  &  Co.,  Lancefield), 

ho.  7  Newton  place. 
Black,  John,  flesher,  295  Paisley  road ;  house,  326 

Duke  street. 
Black,  John  (of  William  Black  &  Sons,  49  Jamaica 

street),  house,  Viewbank,  Airdrie. 
Black,  John,  fishmonger,  26  King  street,  city  ;  ho. 

5  East  Howard  street. 
Black,  John,  butcher,  412  Cumberland  street,  s.s. ; 

house,  400  do. 
Black,  John  (of  J.  Black  &  Co.),  house,  17  Shields 

road. 
Black,  John,  dentist,  284  Crown  street. 
Black,  John,  provision  merchant,  71  Bazaar ;  house, 

134  Westmuir  street,  Parkhead. 
Black,  John,  spirit  merchant,  207,  209  Main  street, 

Gorbals  ;  house,  470  Crown  street. 
Black,  John  W.,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  53  Shields  rd.; 

house,  57  Ardgowan  street. 
Black,  John,  baker,  6  Ure  place,  Montrose  street. 
Black,   John,   coal   agent,   Craighall  station,    Port- 

dundas  ;  ho.  234  Hamilton  terrace,  Possil  road. 
Black,   John,    grocer   and   provision   merchant,    43 

Eglinton  st. ;  house,  492  St.  Vincent  street. 
Black,  John  (of  W.  &  J.  Black  &  Co.),  house,  152 

Duke  street. 
Black,  L.  S.,  commission  agent,  230  Argyle  street; 

house,  7  Prince's  sq.,  Strathbungo. 
Black,  Malcolm,  M.B.C.M.,  surgeon,  177   Stirling 

road ;  bouse,  5  Canning  place. 
Black,   Neil,   glass  cutter,  12   Morison  street,   s.s.; 

house,  55  Clarence  street,  Kingston. 
Black,  Nicholas  (of  Hunter  &  Black,  Coatbridge), 

house,  Dunbeth  road,  do. 
Black,  Norman  Spens,  secretary,  Monkland  Iron  & 

Coal  Co.  (Limited),  144  St.  Vincent  street ;  ho.  6 

Clifton  place. 
Black,  Philip,  31  Lynedoch  street 


Black  &  Rae,  fleshers,  295  Paisley  road. 

Black,  Ralston,  flesher,  139  Govan  street. 

Black,  R.  B.,  &  Co.,  merchants,  120  Buchanan  st 

Black,  Robert,  of  Kelvinhaugh  and  Duntocher;  resid- 
ence, Glenarbuck,  Bowling. 

Black,  Robert,  upholsterer  and  cabinetmaker,  and 
general  house  furnisher,  16,  18,  and  20  South 
Portland  street ;  works,  13  Eglinton  street ;  house, 
Three  Neuk,  Cambuslang. 

Black,  R.  hairdresser,  71  William  street,  Anderston. 

Black,  Robert,  28a  Renfield  st;  house,  38  Belmont 
place,  Hillhead. 

Black,  Robert,  property  and  insurance  agent,  manager 
and  secretary,  National  Freehold  Building  Society, 
83  Jamaica  street ;  house,  Rockfort,  Helensburgh. 

Black  &  Robson,  accountants  and  sharebrokers,  14 
Prince's  square. 

Black,  Thomas  B.,  346  St.  George's  road. 

Black,  Thomas,  fishmonger,  42  Findlay  street 

Blacky  Thomas,  accountant,  house  factor,  and  insur- 
ance agent,  65  W.  Regent  st. ;  residence,  Violet 
Bank,  Cambuslang. 

Black,  Thomas,  slater,  11  Peel  street;  house,  19 
Maxwell  street,  Partick. 

Black,  Thos.  H.  B.  (at  John  Houldsworth  &  Co.'s), 
house,  252  St.  George's  road. 

Black,  Thomson,  chimney  sweeper  and  slater,  20 
Sauchiehall  street. 

Black,  Walter,  bookseller  and  stationer,  and  Post- 
office  Receiving  House,  155  Cowcaddens;  house, 
32  Gladstone  street. 

Black,  William,  &  Sons,  coalmasters  and  coke  manu- 
facturers, Stanrigg,  Auchingray,Southfield.Browny- 
side,  and  Arden  Collieries,  49  Jamaica  st. ;  house, 
Stanrigg,  Airdrie. 

Black,  William  Dunn,  Torwoodhill,  Row,  Dumbarton- 
shire. 

Black,  William  George,  1  Alfred  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Black,  William,  accountant,  121  W.  Regent  street; 
ho.  74  Ardgowan  street. 

Black,  William,  pastry  cook,  wine  and  spirit  mercht, 
35  Candleriggs ;  ho.  15  Binnie  pi.,  Monteith  row. 

Black,  William,  dairy,  13  Naburn  street 

Black,  William,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,  714 
Gallowgate  ;  house,  148  Bellfield  street 

Black,  William  (at  John  Miller  and  James  H.  Fer- 
gusson's),  ho.  150  Woodlands  road,  West. 

Black,  W.  &  J.,  &  Co.,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufac- 
turers, 142  George  street. 

Black  &  Wingate,  manufacturers  and  printers,  5 
Royal  Exchange  square  ;  spinning  .and  weaving 
works,  Kelvinhaugh. 

Black,  Mrs.  Wm.,  victualler,  4  Hill  st.,  E. ;  house, 
20  do. 

Black,  Mrs.,  150  Woodlands  road. 

Black,  Mrs.,  midwife,  586  Dobbie's  loan. 

Black,  Mrs.,  midwife,  91  Rose  street,  Hutchesontown. 

Black,  Misses  A.  &  J.,  milliners,  301  Dalmarnock 
road;  house,  305  do. 

Black,  Miss  J.,  insurance  and  property  agent,  353 
Bath  street. 

Black,  Miss  M.,  ladies'  and  children's  hosier,  dress- 
maker, and  outfitter,  383  Sauchiehall  street ;  ho. 
92  Abbotsford  place. 

Black,  Misses  M.  &  M.,  hosiery  and  furnishings,  19 
Adelphi  street;   house,  85  Bellgrove  street 

Black,  Miss,  dressmaker,  212  Hope  street. 

Black,  Miss,  ladies'  and  children's  underclothing,  367 
Sauchiehall  street. 


BLACK.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BLAIR. 


109 


Black,  I.  &  J.,  milliners  and  straw-hat  makers,  62 
Tobago  street,  Calton. 

Black,  Janet,  grocer,  111  Rutherglen  road;  house, 
58  Crown  street. 

BLACKADDER,  David,  Bank  of  Scotland ;  house, 
8  Albion  crescent,  Dowanhill. 

Blackadder,  John  T.  (at  O'Kell  &  Co.)  ;  house,  145 
Garthland  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Blackadder,  Wm.  (of  Knox  &  Blackadder),  house,  25 
Lacrosse  place,  Belmont  street,  Hillhead. 

Blackadder,  Wm.,  spirit  merchant,  20  Canning  st. ; 
restaurant,  183  Hope  street ;  house,  364  Argyle 
street. 

BLACKBURN,  Hugh,  M.A.,  professor  of  mathema- 
tics, the  University;  house,  10  do. 

Blackburn,  Low,  &  Co.,  marine  insurance  brokers,  8 
Gordon  street. 

Blackburn,  Miss  M.  S.,  5  Lynedoch  crescent. 

Blackfkiaes'  Registry  Office  for  births,  deaths,  and 
marriages,  70  Bell  street;  James  Moncrieff  Thom- 
son, registrar  ;  James  M'Laren,  assistant. 

BLACKHALL  Brothers,  comb  and  brush  manufac- 
turers, 63  Argyle  arcade. 

BLACKIE,  J.  Alexander,  publisher  (of  Blackie  & 
Son),  house,  1  Belhaven  terrace. 

Blackie,  J.  Robertson,  publisher,  17  Stanhope  street ; 
house,  7  Great  Western  terrace. 

Blackie,  Robert  (of  Blackie  &  Son),  ho.  7  Great 
Western  terrace. 

Blackie  &  Son,  wholesale  bookbinders,  Villafield; 
works,  50  St.  James'  road. 

Blackie  &  Son,  publishers,  booksellers,  and  book- 
binders, 17  Stanhope  street. 

Blackie  &  Son,  publishers,  booksellers,  and  book- 
binders, 38  Frederick  street ;  G.  Wilson,  agent. 

Blackie,  W.  G.,  &  Co.,  letterpress,  lithographic, 
and  copperplate  printers,  electrotypers,  and  stereo- 
typers,  17  Stanhope  st.;  works,  50  St.  James'  rd. 

Blackie,  W.  G.,  Ph.  D.,  publisher  (of  Blackie  &  Son, 
17  Stanhope  street),  house,  1  Belhaven  terrace. 

Blackie,  Mrs.  John,  6  Thornville  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Blackie,  Mrs.  John,  sen.,  20  Kew  terrace. 

BLACKLEY,  James,  yarn  and  commission  agent, 
203  Hope  street;  res.  Balornock  ho.  Springbum. 

Blackley,  John,  land  agent  and  valuator,  203 
Hope  st. ;  residence,  Balornock  house,  Springbum. 

Blackley,  John,  brick  builder,  16  Govan  street. 

Blackley,  W.  S.  C.  (of  Blackley,  Young,  &  Co.), 
house,  8  Hayburn  crescent,  Partick. 

Blackley,  Young,  &  Co.,  merchants  and  com- 
mission agents,  103  Holm  street. 

Blackley,  Young,  &  Co.,  sole  makers  of  their  "  boiler 
incrustation  preventive,"  103  Holm  street. 

BLACKLOCK,  D.,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  house-fur- 
nishing ironmongers  and  iron  merchants,  82,  84 
Jamaica  street. 

Blacklock,  D.  (of  D.  Blacklock  &  Co.),  house,  48 
Westbourne  gardens,  W. 

Blacklock,  Goudie.  &  Co.,  water-proof  and  India- 
rubber  manufacturers,  65  and  69  Jamaica  street, 
101  Princes  street,  Edinburgh  ;  Kent  works,  North 
Woodside  rd.  and  135  London  wall,  London,  E.C. 

Blacklock  &  M'Arthur,  paint,  colour,  varnish  manu- 
facturers and  oil  merchants,  102  to  106  Dale  St., 
south  side. 

BLACKSHAW,  Thomas,  rope  and  twinemaker,  103 
Main  street,  Bridgeton ;   house,  2  Muslin  street. 

BLACKSTOCK,  G.,  flesher,  528f  New  City  road ; 
house,  532  do. 


Blackstock,  Rev.  Thomas,   out-door  mission  to  the 

blind,  4  Bath  street ;  house,  9  Willowbank  street. 
Blackstock,  William,  flesher,  379  Argyle  street ;  ho. 

49  Cadogan  street. 
Blackstock,  William,  draper,  53  Abbotsford  place. 
Blackstone  Mineral  Co.  Works,  Blackstone,  Paisley; 

office,  49  Jamaica  street. 
BLACKWELL,  Bowie,  &  Co.,  engineers,  5  India  st. 
Blackwell,  Samuel,  10  Monteith  row. 
BLACKWOOD,  Andrew  (of  Blackwood  &  M'Lean), 

house,  5  Victoria  terrace,  Dowanhill. 
Blackwood,  A.  M.,  oil,  colour,  and  hardware  merchant, 

63  Nelson  St.,  Tradeston  ;  house,  55  Centre  st. 
Blackwood  Brothers,  carpet  and  rug  manufacturers, 

64  Howard  street ;  manufactory,  Kilmarnock. 
Blackwood  &  Co.,  coal    and  coke  merchants ;  depot, 

Monkland  Canal  Basin;  house,  55  Roslea  drive, 
Dennistoun. 

Blackwood  &  Gordon,  engineers,  iron  shipbuilders, 
and  ironfounders,  Castle  shipbuilding  yard,  Port- 
Glasgow. 

Blackwood,  H.,  &  Co.,  opticians  and  spectacle 
maks.,  fishing  rod  and  tackle  makers,  210  Buchanan 
street  and  67  Dundas  street. — See  Advert,  in  App. 

Blackwood,  Henry  (of  H.  Blackwood  &  Co.),  house, 

1  Gladstone  place. 

Blackwood,  Henry  (of  Blackwood  &  Co.),  house,  55 

Roslea  drive. 
Blackwood,  Isaac,  grain  and  flour  merchant,  11,  13 

M'Farlane  street ;  house,  4  Royal  terrace,  Queen's 

drive,  Crosshill. 
Blackwood,  James,  &  Son,  clothiers  and   outfitters, 

55  and  57  Hope  street. 
Blackwood,  James  (of  James  Blackwood  &   Son), 

residence,  Greencroft  House,  Blantyre. 
Blackwood,  James,  jun.  (of  James  Blackwood  &  Son), 

residence,  Greencroft  House,  Blantyre, 
Blackwood,   John,    dairyman,    283    Argyle    street; 

house,  285  do. 
Blackwood,  John,  wholesale  and  retail  tea  merchant 

and  grocer,  22  and  24  Main  street,  Gorbals,  and 

189  Duke  st. ;  ho.  2  Chatham  place,  Stirling  rd. 
Blackwood,  L.,  circular  deliverer,  20  Dumbarton  rd. 
Blackwood,  Matthew,  &  Son,  bleachers   of  thread, 

yarn,  warp,  tape,  and  cope,  and  scourers  of  wool, 

Arthurliefield,   Barrhead.     House   of  call,  Smith 

&  Barr's,  5  Ingram  street,  Glasgow. 
Blackwood  &   M'Lean,  merchants,   drysalters,    and 

commission  agents,  42  Howard  street. 
Blackwood,  Wm.,  &  Son,  yarn  and  thread  bleachers, 

warps,  cope  tapes,  &c;  works,  Craigton,  Milngavie. 

Orders  left  at  82  Virginia  street. 
Blackwood,  William,  brush    and  basket   shop,  139 

Sauchiehall  street ;  house,  382  St.  Vincent  street. 
BLAIKLEY,  A.  &  M.,  paper  box  makers  for  jewel- 
lers, 247  Dumbarton  road. 
Blaikley,  Samuel  (at  James  Muirhead  &  Son's),  ho. 

2  Franklin  terrace. 

BLAIKLUK  &  Macarthur,  paint,  colour,  and  varnish 
manufacturers  and  oil  merchants,  102  to  106  Dale 
street,  s.s. 

BLAINEY,  John,  flesher,  656  Garscube  road  ;  ho. 
648  do. 

BLAIR,  Alex.,  agent  for  Nevill,  Druce,  &  Co.'s  yellow 
metal  and  copper,  J.  Wilkes,  Mapplebeck,  &  Co.'s 
condenser  tubes,  John  Green's  (Old  Hill,  near 
Dudley)  anchors  and  chains,  Corsar  Brothers' 
canvass,  Bullivant  &  Co.'s  patent  steel  wire  haw- 
sers, Dixon,  Corbett,  &  Spencer's  hemp,  manilla, 


110 


BLAIR.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BLAIRDARDIE. 


and  wire   rope,    Greenock   Felt  Work   Company, 

Napier  Bros.'  patent  windlass,  175  St.  Vincent  St.; 

house,  Elmslee  villa,  Crow  road,  Partick. 
Blair,  Alex.,  61  Mains  st.,  Blythswood  terrace. 
Blair,  Allan,  President  Scottish  Legal  Life  Assurance 

Society,  86  Wilson  st. ;  ho.  11  Great  Western  rd. 
Blair,  Andrew,  principal,  Kelvinside  Ladies'  Institu- 
tion ;  house,  1  Kelvinside  terrace,  north. 
Blair,  Archibald,  superintending  engineer,  67  Great 

Clyde  street ;  house,  34  West-end  Park  street. 
Blair,  Archibald,  grocer,  156  Kelvinhaugh  street;  ho. 

9  Park  street,  Kelvinhaugh. 
Blair,  Archibald,  manager,  London  and  Lancashire 

Fire  Insurance  Co.,  157  West  George  street;  house, 

9  Seyton  Avenue,  Langside. 
Blair,  Campbell,  &  Maclean,  makers  of  distilling  appa- 
ratus, copper  and  brass  work,  18  Scotland  street, 

Tradeston. 
Blair,  Campbell,   wholesale   and  retail   tea   and 

wine  merchant  and  grocer,  38,  40  Jamaica  street 

and  4  Ann  street;  house,  36  Elmbank  crescent. 

— See  Advt.  in  Appen. 
Blair,  Chas.  M.,  commission  agent,  6  Oswald  street ; 

house,  110  Ingleby  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Blair  &   Co.,  of  Alloa   (Limited),    brewers,  Alloa; 

George  Morrison,  agent,  36  Cathcart  st.,  Kingston. 
Blair,  David,  Stirling's  Library,  Miller  street ;  house, 

96  North  Hanover  street. 
Blair,  Donald  (at  Alex.  McLeod's,  94  King  street, 

City),  house,  407  St.  Vincent  street. 
Blair,  Duncan,  draper,  16  Nelson  st.,  city ;  house, 

30  Moir  street. 
Blair,  Donald  (at  Fraser  &  Kirkpatrick's)  ;  house,  3 

Gladstone  terrace,  Govan. 
Blair,  D.  &  Son,  leather  merchants,  94  and  96  KiDg 

street,  city ;  house,  407  St.  Vincent  street. 
Blair  &  Finlay,  clothiers  and  hatters,  42  Queen  st 
Blair,  George  M'L.  (of  P.  &  W.  M'Lellan),  house,  2 

Lilybank  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Blair,  George,  iron  and  metal  merchant,  engineers' 

furnishings,  &c,  agent  for  Newton,  Keates,  &  Co., 

copper  smelters,  38  Queen  street;  house,  6  Alfred 

terrace,  Hillhead. 
Blair,  George,  greengrocer,  53  Houston  street. 
Blair,  George   Rev.,  minister  of  the  U.P.   church, 

"  Oatlands ;"  house,  4  Granville  buildings,  Ken- 
mure  street. 
Blair,  G.   A.,  book-keeper  (at  Bayne  &  Duckett's), 

house,  Lochwinnoch. 
Blair,  Harry,  architect,  68   Bath  street ;  house,   38 

Hill  street,  Garnet  hill. 
Blair,  Hugh,  baker  and  confectioner,  85  Sandyfauld 

street  and  474  Rutherglen  road  ;   house,  400  S. 

Cumberland  street. 
Blair,  Hugh   flesher,  174   Stirling    road,  and  15£ 

Castle  street ;  house,  27  Stanhope  street. 
Blair,  James,  chartered  accountant,  97  W.  George  st.; 

house,  21  West  Bank,  Gibson  street,  Hillhead. 
Blair,  James,  agent,  Royal  Bank  of  Scotland,  west 

branch,  140  St.  Vincent  street ;  house,  23  Ben- 

tinck  street,  Kelvingrove. 
Blair,  James,  sugar  broker,  21  Virginia  street ;  ho. 

23  Bentinck  street,  Kelvingrove. 
Blair,  James,   &   Co.,  cloth   clippers  and  loom  card 

cutters,  57  &  59  Montrose  street ;  house,  4  Cathe- 
rine street. 
Blair,  James,  cartwright,  2  Cumberland  lane  ;  house, 

92  Hospital  street. 
Blair,  James,  116  Pollok  street. 


Blair,  James  (of  Blair,  Campbell,  &  M'Lean),  house, 

Rosebank  villa,  Pollokshields. 
Blair,  James  (of  John  Blair,  brassfounder) ;  house, 

70  Old  Kelvinhaugh  road. 
Blair,  James  M.  (of  P.  &  W;  Maclellan),  house,  2 

Cecil  place,  Paisley  road. 
Blair,  James  (of  Watt  &  Blair),  house,  4  Derby  st. 
Blair,    John   (of    W.    Crum    and    Co.),    house,    1 

Mount  Stuart  road,  Rothesay. 
Blair,  John,  house  factor,  23  Green  st.,  Bridgeton. 
Blair,  John,  pawnbroker,  75  and  77  Abercromby  st. 
Blair,  John  (of  John  Blair  &  Co.),  res.  Knowe,  Pol- 
lokshields. 
Blair,  John,   tobacconist,    11    St.    George's   terrace, 

Paisley  road ;  house,  17  Plantation  place. 
Blair,  John,  &  Co.,    hat  manufacturers  and    ware- 
housemen, 34  Howard  street. 
Blair,  John,  causewayer  and  contractor,  38  Marlow 

street. 
Blair,    John,    marine      superintendent    (Donaldson 

Brothers),  house,  7  Annfield  ter. ,  West ,  Partick. 
Blair,  John,  bookkeeper,  treasurer's  department,  86 

Wilson  street ;  house.  11  Great  Western  road. 
Blair,  John,  brassfounder,  190  Dumbarton  road;  ho. 

359  do. 
Blair,  John,  sen.,  &  Co.,  muslin  manufacturers,  15 

Renfield  street. 
Blair,   John,  tobacconist,  186  Kelvinhaugh  street ; 

house,  188  do. 
Blair,  John,  dairy,  190  Kelvinhaugh  st.  ;  ho.  188  do. 
Blair,  John  (of  John  Blair,  sen.,  &  Co.),  house,  22 

Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 
Blair,  Matthew  (of  M'Lennan,  Blair,  &  Co.),  house, 

Lilybank  villa,  Langbank. 
Blair    &    Pratt,   joiners    and    cabinetmakers,    101 

Morison  street,  s.s.;  house,  2  Kinning  street. 
Blair,  Rev.  Robert  (of  St.  Columba  church),  house, 

97  Hill  street,  Garnet  hill. 
Blair,  Samuel,  butter  and  egg  merchant,  433  Parlia- 
mentary road. 
Blair,    Samuel    Chisholm    (of   Marshall,    Blair    & 

Naismith),  res.  Victoria  buildings,   Kenmure  st., 

Pollokshields. 
Blair,  Thomas  (of  Marshall,  Blair,  &  Naismith)  res. 

Victoria  buildings,  Kenmure  street,  Pollokshields. 
Blair,  Thos.,  'bus  proprietor,  stable  yard,  Errol  st.,  s.s.; 

house,  250  Crown  street. 
Blair,  Thomas,  joiner  and  cabinet  maker,  87  Pitt  St., 

house,  167  Houston  street. 
Blair,  William,  surveyor  for  Scotland  to  the  Sun  Fire 

Office,  London,  98  West  George  street;  house,  49 

Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Blair,  Mrs.,  Blair's  Hotel,  80  and  86  Bath  street. 
Blair,  Mrs.,  confectioner,  348  Gallowgate. 
Blair,  Misses  M.  &  J.,  underclothing  and  fancy  goods, 

13  London  street;  house,  96  Regent  terrace. 
Blair,  Miss,  boys'  dressmaker,  51  Shamrock  street. 
Blair,  M.,  fancy  goods,  19  Argyle  arcade;  house,  96 

Regent  terrace. 
Blair   Ironworks,   Dairy;    office,  168  West  George 

street. 
Blake   &   Mackenzie,  stationers,    printers,   and 

lithographers,  64  Howard  street,  W. 
Blake,  Richard  (of   Dalmarnock  Weaving  Co.,  377 

Dalmarnock  road),  house,  651  do. 
Blair,  Mrs.  Mary,  6  Victoria  ter.,  Dowanhill. 
Blair,  Wm.  (of  Niven  &  Preet),  ho,  167  Houston  st. 
Blaiedakdie  Brick  and  Tile  Co.,  brick  and  tile 

manufacturers,  Blairdardie  by  Dustocher. 


BLANCKE. 


-GENERAL   DIRECTORY. - 


-BODIN. 


Ill 


BLANCKE,  C.  W.  Julius,  &  Co.,  sieam  vacuum  and 

hydraulic  gauge  makers,  63  St.  Vincent  street. 
BLAND,  F.,  agent,  75  Buchanan  street;  house,  8 

Wendover  crescent,  Mount  Florida. 
BLANE,  James  (of  Watson  &  Blane),  house,  146 

Holland  street. 
Blane,  John,  teacher,  Whiteinch  Public  School ;  ho. 

Meadow  Vale,  'Partick. 
Blane,  Wm.  B.,  oil  and  colour  merchant,  34  Thistle 

street,  s.s. ;    ho.  27  Garden  terrace,  Cathcart  rd. 
Blane  Valley  Railway  Co.'s  Secretary's  Office,  186 

West  George  street. 
Blanefield  Printing  Co.,  calico  printers,  60  West 

George  street,  and  11  Nicholas  st.,  Manchester ; 

■works-,  Strathblane,  Stirlingshire. 
BLANK,  Emilius,  braid  and  trimming  manufacturer 

1  Prince's  square. 
BLANKENHEYM  &  Nolet,  Rotterdam ;  agent,  W. 

P.  Lowrie,  45  Hope  street. 
Blankenheym  &  Nolet,  Geneva  shippers,  Rotterdam ; 

agents,  M'Kill  Bros.,  29  Waterloo  street. 
Blantyee   Accident   Fund   Office,   Arthur   Forbes 

(of  Moir  &  Forbes,  writers),  secretary ;    Andrew 

Mackinnon,  Commercial   Bank,  159  Hope  street, 

treasurer;  Adam    Sutherland,  superintendent,  75 

W.  Nile  street. 
Blantyre  Yarn  Warehouse,  84  Ingram  street. 
BLEAKLEY,   James,    manager    Milton    Grinding 

Works,  132  Port  Dundas  road ;  ho.  142  do. 
BLEASBY,   David,  fruiterer,   230   Saracen  street, 

Possil  park. 
BLEE,  James,  egg  and  butter  merchant,  546  St. 

George's  road;  ho.  81  Hopehill  road. 
Blindbuen    Gas    Coal   Co.,   John   C.    Orr,    coal 

master,  80  Renfield  st. ;  ho.  110  Gt.  Western  rd. 
Blochaien  Sand  and  Fire-Clay  Co.,  Blochairn. 
BLELOCH,  P.  M'D.  (at  J.  &  A.  Selkirk  &  Co.'s), 

house,  5  Great  George  street,  Hillhead. 
Blochaien  Quarry  Co.,  moulding  sand ;  office,  182 

Hope  street. 
BLOOM,  Louis,  picture-frame  and  show-card  manu- 
facturer, 84  Stockwell  street ;  house,  78  do. 
BLOOMER,  James,  contractor,    19    Railway   arch, 

Kelvinhaugh  ;  house,  84  Lumsden  street. 
BLUE,  David,  Stores  Dept.  N.  B.  Railway,  Cowlairs ; 

ho.  64  Watt  street,  s.s. 
Blue,  Dugald,  East  Coast  Railways,  32  West  George 

street ;  res.  Birdstone  Bank  cottage,  Kirkintilloch. 
Blue,  Dugald,  clothier,  131  London  st;  ho.  143  do. 
Bluevale  Established  Church,  Duke  street,   east; 

Rev.  John  Fairley,  minister. 
BLUMENSTEIN,  Fredk.,  watchmaker  and  jeweller, 

68  Eglinton  street;  ho.   16  Cumberland  st.,  s  s. 
BLUNDELL  BROTHERS,  hydraulic  and  brewers' 

smiths,  33  Hope  St.,  and  Limehouse,  London,  E.  ; 

engineers,  and  general  brassfounders  and  copper- 
agent,  James  Houston. 
Blundell  Brothers  (late  Jonathan  Downton),  makers 

of  Blundell's  new  patent  Downton  and  other  ships 

pumps  and  fire  engines  and  ships  closets,  Lime- 
house,   London,  E  ,   and  33  Hope  street ;  James 

Houston,  agent. 
BLYTH,  Alexander  B.,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  287 

Buchanan  street  and  200  West  Nile  street ;  house, 

31  Buccleuch  street. 

Blyth,  Alexander  Hume  Vass,  provision  merchant, 

32  Grove  street ;  house,  30  do. 

Blyth,   David,  writer  (of   Smillie  &  Blyth),  house, 
270  Great  Western  road. 


Blyth,  James  (of  Findlay  &  Tannahill),  house,  98 
South  Portland  street. 

Blyth,  John,  &  Son,  wine  and  spirit  merchants,  409 
Argyle  street ;  ho.  139  Finlay  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Blyth,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  62  Marl- 
borough street  and  46  E.  Rose  st.;  house,  139 
Finlay  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Blyth,  Robert,  C.A  (of  M'Clelland,  Mackinnon,  & 
Blyth),  house,  31  Westbourne  gardens,  W. 

Blyth,  Robert  G,  metal  broker  and  commission  mer- 
chant, 68  West  Regent  street ;  house,  23  Bel- 
mont street,  Hillhead. 

Blyth,  Mary,  dressmaker,  260  West  George  street. 

Blythswood  Club,  73  Renfield  street. 

Blythswood  Established  Church,  Bath  street,  corner 
of  Holland  street  (Rev.  Wm.  Fergus,  minister). 

Blythswood  Hotel,  Limited,  248  Argyle  street. 

Blythswood  and  Mains  Estate  office,  150  West 
Regent  street. 

Blythswood  Foundry,  North  street  and  William  street, 
Anderston. 

Blythswood  Registry  Office  for  births  and  marriage 
notices,  &c,  52  West  Nile  street ;  Jas.  Struthers, 
registrar. 

Blythswood  Servants'  Institution,  Tutors  and 
Governesses  Agency,  246  St.,  Vincent  street; 
James  Clark,  manager. 

BOAG,  Aaron,  plasterer,  11J  Moore  st.;  ho.  11  do. 

Boag,  Archibald,  commission  agent,  68  Bath  street ; 
res.  Cowglen  house. 

Boag,  James,  blacksmith  and  tool  manufacturer,  51 
•  Smith  st.,  Paisley   road,  west ;  house,    6  Melrose 
buildings,  do. 

Boag,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  79  Main  st., 
Bridgeton ;  house,  Mossbank  Cottage,  Uddingston. 

Boag,  James,  smith  and  general  ironmonger,  131 
Plantation  street,  s  s. 

Boag,  John,  currier  and  leather  merchant,  Barrowfield 
Leather  Works,  off  French  street,  Bridgeton,  ho. 
3  Craignestock  place. 

Boag,  John,  china  clay  merchants,  68  Bath  street. 

Boag,  John,  &  Son,  iron  and  metal  merchants,  68 
Bath  street ;  res.  Cowglen  house. 

Boag,  Robert,  joiner  and  glazier,  164  Trongate ; 
house,  211  Hospital  street. 

Boag,  R,  cooper  (Loch  Katrine  Distillery),  ho.  567 
Gallowgate. 

Boag,  Wm.,  spirit  merchant,  463  and  465  Dumbar- 
ton road,  Partick  ;  ho.  5  Crawford  place,  do. 

BOARDMAN,  James,  die  sinker,  brand  cutter, 
engraver,  brass  window-plate  maker,  label  manu- 
facturer in  metals,  stamp  cutter,  stamp  and  seal 
engraver,  stencil-plate  maker,  trade  mark  maker, 
india  rubber  stamp  manufacturer,  Glasgow.  Stamp 
and  brand  works,  55  Charlotte  lane;  house,  1  Park 
ten,  Crosshill. — See  Advt.  in  Appendix. 

BOAX,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  95 
Elderslie  street ;  house   15  Breadalbane  street. 

"  BOCH  FRERS,"  French  Carrelage  de  Ceramique; 
Kean  &  Wardrop,  sole  agents,  142  Bath  st. 

BOCK,  O.  F.  (of  O.  F.  Bock  &  Co.),  house,  1  Eton 
terrace,  Hillhead. 

Bock,  O.  F.,  &  Co.,  Baltic  timber  agents,  55  Bath 
street. 

Bock,  Richard  (of  Leisler,  Bock,  &  Greig),  house, 
14  Victoria  crescent,  Dowanhill. 

BODDEN,  W.  H,  133  Berkeley  street. 

Bodin,  Carl  M.  (at  J.  L.  Johanson  &  Co.),  house, 
12  St.  James'  St.,  KinniDg  park. 


112 


BODEGA. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BORDER. 


BODEGA,  Spanish  Wine  Cellars,  Wine  Importers, 
11  Exchange  place,  south,  and  at  Paris,  London, 
Brighton, Manchester,  Birmingham,  &  Portsmouth. 
BODLEY,  Edward  F.,  &  Co.,  ironstone,  earthen- 
ware, and  China  manufacturers,  Burslem,  Stafford- 
shire; Christie  Brothers,  agents,  133  St.  Vin.  st. 
BODYS,  Abraham  (of  Smith  &  Bodys),  house,  Main 

street,  Barrhead. 
BOEHRUIZER,  C.   F.,    &  Lochue,  quinine  manu- 
facturers,  Mannheim;    F.   R.  Muller  &  Co.,  sole 
agents,  47  Waterloo  st. 
BOGIE,  George,  stationer,  printer,  bookbinder,  and 
account  book  manufacturer,  3  Gt.  Wellington  st.; 
house,  Bridge  of  Weir. 
Bogie,  George,  printer,  stereotyper,  and  label  manu- 
facturer, 316  Paisley  road;  ho.  Bridge  of  Weir. 
Bogie,  Thomas  &  John,  wrights,  53  Cowcaddens ; 

house,  48  M'Aslin  street. 
BOGLE,  Gilbert,  &  Co.,  47  Oswald  street,  yacht 
and  ships'  outfit  agents,  &c,  commission  merchants, 
&c;  sole  agents  for  J.  H.  Wilson  &  Co.,  engineers, 
Liverpool ;  Smith's  Patent  Stockless  Anchor  Com- 
pany, Newcastle ;  Pulsometer  Patent  Pump  Co  , 
London!;  Ashworth  Bros.,  Staffordshire  Potteries  ; 
T.  Wilkinson  &  Son,  electro-platers,  Birmingham'; 
J.  Williams  &  Co.,  tin  plates,  Neath  ;  Toughened 
Glass  Co.  (Limited),  Manchester ;  Deacon's  Waste 
Water  Meter  Co.,  Liverpool. — See  Advt.  inAppen. 
Bogle,   Gilbert,  &  Co.,  shipping    agents   and  mer- 
chants, 47  Oswald  street. 
Bogle,  Gilbert  J.  (of  Gilbert  Bogle  &  Co.),  47  Oswald 

street,  and  60  Sandhill,  Newcastle. 
Bogle,  J.  &  W.,  general  drapers,  milliners,  &c,  3, 

7,  and  9  Eglinton  street. 
Bogle,  Peter,  &  Co.,  cotton  spinners,  42  Miller  st. ; 
works,  Barrowfield  Spinning  Factory,  59  French  st. 
Bogle,  Wm.   R.,  accountant   and   insurance    agent, 

108  West  Regent  street. 
Bogle,  W.  Y.  (of  J.  &  W.  Bogle),  house,  12  Berlin 

terrace,  Pollokshields. 
BOGUE,  John,  clothier,  15  Holyrood  pi.,  Scotia  st. 
Bogue,  R.  A.,  tailor  and  clothier,  113  Ingram  st. ; 

house,  Beech  Hill,  Bellahouston. 
BOHMER,   Frau,   teacher   of  French  and  German, 

162  Great  Western  road. 
Boiler  Works,  Lilybank,  top  of  Eglinton  street. 
Boiler  Insurance  and  Steam-power  Co.  (Limited),  2 
West  Regent  street ;  Jones  Taylor,  agent ;  house, 
86  Buccleuch  street. 
Boiler  Works,  27  South  Kinning  place,  Paisley  road  ; 

W.  King  &  Co.,  proprietors. 
Boiler  Insurance  Office,  131  Hope  street. 
BOLCKOW,  Vaughan,  &  Co.  (Limited),  ironmasters, 
Middlesbro' ;  Wm.  Jackson,  agent,  98  Mitchell  st. 
BOLDEN,  Thomas  J.^&  Co.,  ham  curers,  butter 
and   cheese    merchants,     Campbell    arcade,    74 
Trongate. 
Bolden,  Thomas  (of  T.  J.  Bolden  &  Co.),  house,  4 

Rosslyn  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
BOLE,  Wm.,  brickbuilder ;    office,  75  East  Nelson 

street ;  house,  67  Whitevale  street. 
BOLTON,  And.  M.,  teacher  of  dancing,  2  Carlton 

place  ;  house,  5  Tylefield  street. 
Bolton,  J.  C.  (of  Ker,  Bolton,  &  Co.),  residence,  Car- 
brook,  near  Stirling. 
Bolton,  Michael,  contractor,  342  Govan  street. 
Bolton,  William,  clerk  (at  George  Mason  &  Co.'s), 

house,  112  Ardgowan  street. 
Bolton,  Miss  J.,  dressmaker,  9  Elderslie  street. 


Bolton  Iron  and  Steel  Company   (Limited),  Iron 

and    steel    manufacturers,    Bolton,   Lancashire ; 

David  Campbell,  agent,  151  Eglinton  street;  ho. 

4  Prince's  square,  Strathbungo. 

Bombay   Line  of  Sailing  Ships  ;  George  Smith  & 

Sons,  101  St.  Vincent  street. 
Bombay  and  Glasgow  Steam  Packet  Office ;  Hender- 
son Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 
Bon- Accord  Asphalte  Co.,  asphalte  manufacturers, 

60  Dun  lop  st. 
Bon- Accord  Engine  Works,  Drysdale  &  Pirie, 
hydraulic  and  general  engineers  and  pump  makers, 
183  Fordneuk  street,  off  London  road. — See  Adver- 
tisement in  Appendix. 
Bon-Accord  Pawnbroking  sale  rooms,  103  Cumber- 
land street,  s.s. 
Bon- Accord  Pawnbroking  Office,  99  South  Cumber- 
land street ;    Robert   H.   Jenkins,   manager,    81 
Cathcart  street,  Paisley  road. 
BOND,  A.  C,  Postal  Telegraph  G.  P.  O.;  house, 

158  Sauchiehall  street. 
Bond,  John  W.,  fruiterer  and  stationer,  150  Thistle 

street,  s.s. 
Bond,    William     Easton,    cashier    (at   Barclay   & 

M'Gregor's). 
BONE,  Chas.  C,  civil  engineer,  23  Miller  street. 
Bone,  D.  D.,  reporter,  Mail,  106  Union  street;  ho. 

9  Buckingham  terrace,  Partick. 
Bone,  Wm.,  bootmaker,  107  Stirling  road. 
BONAR,   Rev.  Andrew  A.,  D.D.,  Finnieston  Free 

Church ;  house,  20  India  street. 
Bonar,  Robt.,  &  Co.,  clothiers  and  drapers,  24  Stock- 
well  street. 
Bonar,  Miss  Clementine,  11  Hillhead  gards.,  Hillh. 
BONESS,  Arch.,  &  Co.,  drapers  and  fent  merchants, 
22  and  24  Low  Green  St.,  36  and  38  Steel  street; 
house,  81  Main  street,  s.s. 
Boness  Distillery  Co.,  Boness.     Agents — J.  Garven 

&  Co.,  84  Oswald  st. 
BONN,  Robert,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  396 
Govan  street  and    97   South  Wellington  street ; 
house,  379  Govan  street. 
BONSON,  Henry,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  125 

Naburn  street ;  ho.  94  Cathcart  rd.,  Govanhill. 
BOOG,  Charles  S.  (of  Czarnikow  &  Boog),  house, 

4  Spring  gardens,  Kelvinside. 
BOOKLASS,  George,  carver  and  gilder,  74  Glassford 

street;  house,^6  Apsley  place. 
BOOSEY,  A.   H.  A.,  commission  agent,  17  Oswald 

street ;  house,  60  Victoria  road,  Govanhill. 
BOOTH,   Arthur,   lieutenant  of  police,  St.  Rollos 

Police  Office. 
Booth  &  Fox,  down  clothing,  feather,  and  curled  hair 
manufacturers,  Cork ;  agent,  J.  Nicolson,  34  Ar- 
gyle  street. 
Booth,   James,  tailor  and  clothier,  6  Union  st.;  ho. 

26  George  street. 
Booth,  Robert,  general  dealer   and    bag   merchant 

14,  16  Gibson  street;  house,  66  Bain  st. 
Booth,  Robt.,  wine  and  spir.  merch.,  8  Anderston  quay. 
Booth,  William,  detective,  Eastern  district ;  house, 

1  Tureen  street,  Calton. 
Booth,  Wm.,  &  Co.  (of  Manchester),  manufacturers 
of  hatters  and  upholstery  trimmings,  55  Glassfoid 
street,  Wm.  Kirkland,  agent. 
Bordeaux  Steam  Packet   Office,  John   and  Peter 

Hutcheson,  62  Broomielaw. 
Border  Counties  Association   Committee  Rooms, 
Cobden  Hotel,  87  Argyle  street. 


BORLAND. GENERAL  DIRECTORY- 


-BOWIE. 


113 


BORLAND  Brothers,  J.  &  J.,  clothiers,  40  Gordon  st. 
Borland,  G.,  boot  and  shoe  warehouse,  65  George  st. 
Borland,  Hugh,  messenger,  National  Bank  of  Scot- 
land ;  house,  26  North  Portland  street. 
Borland,  Hugh,  provision  merchant,  72  Victoria  rd., 

70  M'Oulloch  st.,  Pollokshields,  and  303  Eglinton 

street ;  ho.  6  Prince  Edward  st.,  Govanhill. 
Borland,  James  (of  J.  &  J.  Borland  Brothers),  ho. 

8  Airlie  terrace,  St.  Andrew's  road,  Pollokshields. 
Borland,  John  (of  J.  &  J.  Borland  Brothers),  ho. 

8  View  field  place,  Pollokshields. 
Borland,  John  G.,  Gartsberrie  office,  168  W.  George 

street;  house,  166  West  Regent  street. 
Borland  &  King,  writers,  64  W.  Regent  street. 
Borland,  Robert  (of  Riley,  Webster,  &  Borland),  ho. 

7  Moray  place,  Regent  Park. 
Borland,  Robert,  flesher,  324  Cathcart  road  ;   house, 

15  Cranston  street. 
Borland,  Robert,  jun.,  26  East  Market  street;  house, 

326  Duke  street. 
Borland,  Robert,  general  grinder,  26  East  Market 

street;  house,  326  Duke  street. 
Borland  &  Steven,  general  grinders,  2  6  East  Market  st.; 

house,  326  Duke  street. 
Borland,  Thos.,  clothier,  94  Cathcart  rd.,  Govanhill. 
Borland,  Wm.,  ironfounder,  manufacturer  of  kitchen 

ranges,  register   grates,    stoves,    &c. ;    warehouse 

and  stores,  9,  10  Croy  place,  off  Maxwell  street ; 

res.  Lenzie. 
Borland,  William,  writer  (of  Borland  &  King),  house, 

260  West  George  street. 
Borland,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  214  St. 

George's  road ;  house,  133  Dumbarton  road. 
Borland,  William,  commercial  traveller  (with  John 

Tullis  &  Son),  90  Great  Hamilton  street. 
Borland,  Mrs.  A.,  pastry  baker,  158   Main  street, 

Anderston;  house,  156  do. 
BORRON    &    Co.,    Glasgow  glass  works ;     works, 

Anderston;  office,  92  Lancefield  st. 
Borron,  Wm.  Geddes,  glass  manufacturer,  Glasgow 

Glassworks,  Anderston;  residence,  Seafield  tower, 

Ardrossan. 
BORROWMAN  &  Co.,  ship  coopers,  6  Main  street, 

Anderston;  house,  17  Houldsworth  street. 
BORTHWICK,  Adam,  teacher  of  writing  and  arith- 
metic, Hillhead  schools ;  house,  5  Dowanvale  terrace, 

Partick. 
Borthwick,  James  D.,  486  St.  Vincent  street. 
Borthwick,   J.  M.,  merchant,  53   Waterloo  street; 

house,  90  Buccleuch  street. 
Borthwick   &    Son,    private   detectives,    180   West 

Regent  street. 
Borthwick,  Walter,  tailor   and    clothier,   239,    241 

Cumberland    street;    house,   Bridge    End,    New 

Cathcart. 
Borthwick,  Mrs.  Alex.,  smallware  merchant,  94  Argyle 

street;  ho.  5  Florentine  ter.,  Hillhead. 
Borthwick,  Mrs.  Alex.,  Berlin  wools  jnd  fancy  goods, 

473  Sauchiehall  street ;  ho.  5  Florentine  terrace, 

Hillhead. 
BOSHELL,  Shapland  S.  (at  Robt.  MacKay  &  Co.'s), 

house,  5  Inglefield  terrace,  Cathcart  road. 
BOST,  A.,  &  Co.,  iron  merchants  and  metal  brokers, 

33  Renfield  street. 
Bost,  T.  (of  A.  Bost  &  Co.),  house,  34  Lynedoch  st. 
BOSTON  &  Co.,  wholesale  tea  merchants,  bonded 

and  free  storekeepers,  11  Oswald  street. 
Boston,  Thomas  (of  Boston  &  Co.),  house,  38  St. 

Vincent  crescent. 


Boston,   Thos.,  gem  and  seal  engraver,  48  Gordon 

street. 
Boston  and  New  York  Royal  Mail  Steam  Packets, 

30  Jamaica  street. 
Boston  and  New  York  Steam  Packet  Office,  70  Great 

Clyde  street. 
BOSWELL,  John,  tobacconist,  65  Charlotte  lane. 
Botanic    Gardens,    Royal,    Great   Western   road; 

secretary,  Alex.  Sloan,  C.A.,  155  West  George  st. ; 

collector,  James  Dougall. 
Bothwell  and  Uddingston  Coal  Co.,  coal  merchants, 

54  St.  Enoch  square. 
BOTT,  Frank,  artist,  93  Douglas  street. 
BOTTOMLEY,  J.  T.,  M.A.,  F.R.S.E.,  lecturer  on 

natural  philosophy,  the  University ;  house,  2  Eton 

terrace,  Hillhead. 
BOUCHER    &    Cousland,    architects,    217    West 

George  street. 
Boucher,  Jas.,  LA.,  architect,  217  W.  George  street ; 

house,  7  Brandon  place,  West  George  street. 
Boucher,  James,  valuator,  217  West  George  st. 
BOURDON,  E.,  steam  vacuum  and  hydraulic  gauge 

manufacturer,  Paris ;    sole   agents   for   Scotland, 

Hendry  Brothers,  79  &  80  Great  Clyde  street. 
BOUSTEAD  &  Dunbar,  shipbrokers  and  coal  ex- 
porters, 13  Dixon  st.,  and  at  Arcade,  Greenock. 
Boustead,  Robert  (of  Boustead  &  Dunbar),  house, 

Bellbrick  House,  Armour  street. 
BOUVET-Ladubay,  champagne  growers,  St.  Florent, 

Saumur;    agents,    Leechman    &    Gray,    Quality 

street,  Leith. 
BOVAIRD,  Robert,  grocer  and  provision  merchant, 

327  and  329  Cumberland  street. 
BOW  &  Co.,  coal  masters  (smithy  coal  and  coke),  53 

Mid-wharf,  Port   Dundas,  and  Queenzie  collierv, 

Kilsyth. 
Bow,  George  (at  Mason  Brothers  &  Co.),  house,  39 

Bonnington  terrace,  Govanhill. 
Bow,  James  A.,  accountant,  Royal  Bank ;  house,  356 

Hayburn  place,  Partick. 
Bow,  William,  tobacconist  and  stationer,  6  Graeme 

street ;  house,  9  James  Morrison  street. 
Bow,  Mrs.,  druggist,  141  Garngad  road. 
BOWDEN,  Robert  S.,  &  Co.,  linen  manufacturers, 

Armagh  ;     Alexander     M.     Parker,    agent,    62 

Buchanan  street. 
BOWDIDGE,  Thomas,  officer  of  inland  revenue,  22 

St.  Andrew's  lane ;  house,  316  Crown  street. 
BO  WE,  Miss,  24  Cumberland  street,  west. 
BO  WEN,    Edward,    manufacturer    of    glass-house 

blocks,  &c,  Stourbridge;   agent,  Alex.  Murdoch, 

2  Oswald  street. 
BOWER,  John,  landscape  engraver,  119  New  City  rd. 
BOWERS,  John,  writer,  City  Chambers,  Ingram  st. ; 

resid.  Violet  bank.  Cambuslang. 
BOWES,  Alex.,  boot    and    shoe  manufacturer,    34 

St.  Andrew's  street. 
Bowes,  James  (at  Lloyd's,  36  Oswald  street),  house, 

20  Dumbarton  road. 
Bowes,  Robert,  family  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  79 

Elderslie  street ;  house,  3  Dover  street. 
Bowes,  Wm.,  tobacconist,  236  Great  Western  road. 
BOWIE,  Alex  (of  Macfarlane  and  Bowie),  ho.  118 

Maclelland  street. 
Bowie,  Alex.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  Queen's  Park 

place,  Strathbungo. 
Bowie,  Andrew,  engineer,  5  India  street. 
Bowie,  Arch,  (of  Arch.  Bowie   &  Sons),  house,    3 

Maxwell  terrace,  Pollokshields. 


114 


BOWIE. 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY- 


-BOYD 


Bowie,  Archibald,  &  Sons,  wrights  and  builders,  372 
Scotland  street. 

Bowie  &  Co.,  agricultural  and  horticultral  commission 
merchants,  17  Oswald  street. 

Bowie,  C.  T.,  &  Co.,  house  painters,  decorators, 
gilders,  and  dealers  in  paper-hangings,  26  Both- 
well  street. 

Bowie,  C.  T.  (of  C.  T.  Bowie  &  Co.),  house,  23 
Berkeley  terrace. 

Bov/ie,  Duncan,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  198 
Eglinton  street. 

Bowie  &  Finlay,  wholesale  grocers,  39,  41,  and  43 
Montrose  street. 

Bowie,  James,  commission  agent,  34  St.  Enoch 
square ;  house,  43  Dalhcusie  street. 

Bowie,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  220  Bu- 
chanan street ;  house,  1  Park  terrace,  Crosshill. 

Bowie,  James,  spirit  merchant,  263  High  street;  ho. 
18  E.  Crawford  street. 

Bowie,  James  (at  J.  &  W.  Campbell  &  Co.'s),  house, 
2  Middleton  terrace,  Paisley  road. 

Bowie,  James,  wine  &  spirit  merchant,  362  Lon- 
don road. 

Bowie,  James,  measurer,  Glasgow  harbour;  ho.  68 
Pollok  street. 

Bowie,  John,  jun.  (of  W.  &  J.  Bowie),  residence, 
Strathclyde  house,  Dalmarnock. 

Bowie,  John  (at  H.  Wallace  &  Co.'s),  house,  45 
Dumbarton  road. 

Bowie,  John,  commission  and  insurance  agent, 
Northern  Insurance  Co.,  2  Branford  place. 

Bowie,  John  (of  Arch.  Bowie  &  Sons),  ho.  3  Max- 
well terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Bowie,  Joseph,  oil  and  colour  merchant,  33  Wilson  st., 
Partick  ;  house,  37  do. 

Bowie,  Peter,  wholesale  grocer,  39,  41,  and  43 
Montrose  street. 

Bowie,  Robert  (at  A.  J.  &  A.  Graham's),  house,  17 
Minerva  street. 

Bowie,  Robert,  currier,  41  Nicholas  street. 

Bowie,  Robt.,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  150  Cumberland 
street,  s.s. ;  house,  230  Main  street,  s.s. 

Bowie,  Thomas,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  35  Clyde 
street,  Anderston  ;  house,  75  Kent  road. 

Bowie,  Thomas,  teacher  of  music  and  singing,  87 
Ardgowan  street. 

Bowie,  William  (of  W.  &  J.  Bowie),  Strathclyde 
House,  Dalmarnock. 

Bowie,  William,  confectioner,  253  Stirling  road. 

Bowie,  Wm.,  teacher,  Kennedy  street  public  school ; 
house,  16  Dixon  Avenue,  Govanhill. 

Bowie,  W.  Hunter  (at  Dykes  &  M'Lagan's),  resi- 
dence, Union  bank  house,  Coatbridge. 

Bowie,  W.  T.  (of  James  A.  Preston  &  Co.),  house, 
Wood  end,  Cambuslang. 

Bowie,  W.  &  J.,  dyers  and  ostrich  feather  manu- 
facturers, Clyde  Dye  Works,  Dalmarnock,  159 
Gallowgate,  93  South  Cumberland  street,  28 
Main  street,  Bridgeton,  185  New  City  road,  155 
Gloucester  street,  205  Duke  street,  65  Eglinton 
street,  108  Rutherglen  loan,  4  Victoria  terrace, 
Crosshill,  5  Bothwell  place,  Hillhead,  438  St. 
Vincent  street,  639  Gallowgate,  192  London  road  ; 
residence,  Strathclyde  House. 

Bowie,  Wm.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  220  Buchanan 
street ;  house,  1  Park  terrace,  Crosshill. 

Bowie,  Mrs.,  8  Hilton  ten-ace,  Crosshill. 

Bowling  and  Greenock  Towing  Co.;  Wm.  Liddell, 
agent,  6  Oswald  Street. 


BOWMAN,  Andrew,  artist,  photographer,  and  por- 
trait painter,  74  Jamaica  street ;  house,  33  George 

street,  Mile-end. 
Bowman,  Alexander,  baker,  pastry  cook,  and  soiree 

purveyor,  14  and  16  Wellington  Arcade;  house, 

35  Steven  street. 
Bowman,  David,    painter    and     paper-hanger,    25 

Nicholson  st.  ;  house,  Marchcroft,  Nithsdale  road, 

Pollokshields. 
Bowman,   David,    wine    merchant,  62   Main  street, 

S.S.;  house,  36  Nicholson  street,  s.s. 
Bowman,  James,  artist,  photographer,  and  portrait 

painter,  65  Jamaica  street. 
Bowman,  M.  &  M.,  grocers,  184  New  Dalmarnock  rd.; 

house,  203  do. 
Bowman,  Peter,  wholesale  news  agent  and  stationer, 

116  Sauchiehall  street. 
Bowman,  Thomas,  Bellevue,  Hamilton. 
Bowman,  William,  wood  merchant,  68  Barrack  street; 

house,  9  Bellgrove  street. 
Bowman,  Wm.,  pianoforte  and  music  seller  and  tuner, 

166  Hope  street  ;  house,  9  Bellgrove  street. 
Bowman,    Ninian,    acccountant,  2    Oxford    street ; 

house,  4  do. 
Bowman,  R.  L.,  Royal  Bank,  Cowcaddens;  house, 

169  Stirling  road. 
Bowmore  Distillery,  Islay ;  W.  &  J.  Mutter ;  office, 

41  Ann  street,  city. 
BOWSER,  Howard,  ironfounder  (of  D.  Y.  Stewart  & 

Co.),  house,  13  Royal  Crescent,  w. 
Bowser,  William,  &  Son,  engineers,  makers   of 

improved  Henderson's    derrick   and   other   cranes 

and  hoists  by  steam  and  hand  power,  ship's  hearth 

manufacturers  to  H.M.   Navy,  Great  Wellington 

street,  Paisley  road. — See  AiJvt.  in  Appendix. 
Bowser,  W.  (of  W.  Bowser  &  Son),  house,  12  Rut- 
land place. 
Bowser,  W.  G.  (of  W.  Bowser  &  Son),  house,  58 

Pollok  street. 
BOUZIER,  J.  E.,  professor  of  French;  ho.,  5  Hill 

street,  Garnethill. 
BOYACK,  Alex.,  cigar  merchant,  111  Sauchiehall 

street ;  house,  Freeland  Bank,  Partick. 
BOYCE,  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  32  Steven  street. 
BOYD,  Adam,  wright  and  builder,  35  Douglas  st.  ; 

ho.  9  Walworth  ter.  and  Bowfield  house,  Howood. 
Boyd,    Adam,  jun.    (at  T.   M'N.    Smith   &   Co.'s, 

bleachers),  residence,  Bowfield  house,  by  Howood. 
Boyd,   Adam,   quilt  and   fancy  skirt  manufacturer, 

10  Garthland  street;  house,  15  Ure  place. 
Boyd,  Adam  S.  (of  T.    M'N.  Smith  &  Co.),  house, 

Bowfield  house,  by  Howood,  and  9  Walworth  ter. 
Boyd,  A.  S.,  artist,  113  West  Regent  street ;  house, 

12  Langside  road,  Govanhill. 
Boyd,    David   T.,    merchant    and    ship    broker,    19 

Wellington  st. ;  house,  2  Westfield  ten-ace,  Par- 
tick  hill. 
Boyd,    D.    Alexander   (at   Brownlie,    Watson,    and 

Beckett's),  resid.,  Seamill,  West  Kilbride. 
Boyd,  Duncan  S.,  grocer,  8  Church  street,  Partick ; 

house  4  do. 
Boyd,   Edmond,  F.E.I.S.,  master   of    method,  Free 

Church  Training  College ;  ho.  2  Buckingham  ter- 
race, Partick. 
Boyd,  Edward,  outfitter  and- jeweller,  227  High  st. 

and  39  Nicholas  street;  house,  62  George  st. 
Boyd,  George,  &  Co.,  ironmongers,  248  Buchanan  st. 
Boyd,  George  (of  George  Boyd  &  Co.),  house,  11 

Windsor  terrace. 


BOYD. GENERAL   DIRECTORY.- 


-BOYLE. 


115 


Boyd,  G.  &  J.,  drysalters,  97  Union  street. 

Boyd,    George   V.    (of   G.   &   J.   Boyd),    house,  43 

Oakshaw,  Paisley. 
Boyd,  Henry,  whip  maker,  saddler,  ironmonger,  &c, 

114  Candleriggs;  house,  Agelea  villa,  Uddingston. 
Boyd,  Hugh,  house  factor,  4  Church  street,  Pattick. 
Boyd,  James,  writer  (of  J.  &  J.  Boyd),  house,  7  Gros- 

venor  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Boyd,  James  (at  Alexander  M'Ara's,  21  Clyde  pi.), 

house,  102  Cathcart  street,  Kingston. 
Boyd,  James  D.,  spirit  merchant,  275  Cumherland 

st.  s.s.,  and  185  Paisley  road;  ho.  195  Paisley  rd. 
Boyd,  James,  ship  owner,  Talbot  Lodge,  Helensburgh. 
Boyd,  James  (of  G.  &  J.  Boyd),  house,  43  Oakshaw, 

Paisley. 
Boyd,  J.  D.,  spirit  merchant,  374  and  376  S.  York 

street;  ho.  187  Paisley  road. 
Boyd,  James  (of  Paterson,  Robertson,  &  Boyd),  ho. 

141  Gallowgate. 
Boyd,  James  W.,  general  and  house  furnishing  iron- 
monger, engineers'  colliery,  and  founders'  furnisher, 

52  Renfrew  street. . 
Boyd,  James  (of  George  Boyd  and  Co.),  house,  11 

Windsor  terrace. 
Boyd,  James,  grocer,  13  Cranston  street;  ho.  228 

Main  street,  Anderston. 
Boyd,  J.  &  J.,  writers,  95  Wellington  street. 
Boyd,  John  (of  J.  &  W.  Boyd),  141  Pollok  street. 
Boyd,  J.  &  T.,  ironfounders,  engineers,  and  machine 

makers,  Shettleston  Ironworks. 
Boyd,  J.  &  W.,  wholesale  watch  makers  and  jewellers, 
•  65  Argyle  street. 

Boyd,  John  &  Co.,    upholsterers  and  feather  mer- 
chants, 124  Main  street,  s.s. 
Boyd,  John,  &  Co.,  wholesale  bedding  manufacturers, 

124  Main  street,  s.s. 
Boyd,  John  (of  John  Boyd  &  Co.),  ho.  3  Ruby  st. 
Boyd,    John,    rag   and   waste    paper   merchant,    5 

Ardgowan  st.,  s.s. ;  house,  102  Cathcart  street. 
Boyd,  John,  writer  (of  J.   &  J.   Boyd),  residence, 

Langbank,  Mearns. 
Boyd,  John  (of  J.  &  T.  Boyd,  Shettleston  Iron  Works), 

house,  Bertrohill,  Shettleston. 
Boyd,  John,  H.M.  inspector  of   schools,  9    Prince's 

square,  Regent's  park. 
•Boyd,  John  (at  Richardson,  Findlay,  &  Co.'s),  house, 

Hope  villa,  Braidfauld  avenue,  Tollcross. 
Boyd,  John,  letter-carrier ;  ho.  92  West  st.,  s.s. 
Boyd,  John,  superintendent,  Central  District,  Glasgow 

Police ;  house,  2  North  Ure  Place. 
Boyd,  Johnston,  painter  and  decorator,  80  Carrick 

street ;  ho.  277  Main  St.,  Shettleston. — See  Advi. 

in  Appendix. 
Boyd,    Richard,  boot   and    shoe   manufacturer,  246 

Buchanan  street ;  ho.  4  Victoria  drive,  Langside. 
Boyd,  Richard  Harris  (of  J.  &  T.  Boyd,),  house,  24 

Sardinia  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Boyd,  Robert,  &  Co.,  yarn  and  goods  commission  agts. 

and  merchants,  70  George  sq.  ;  goods  entry,  273 

George  st. ;   and  at  6  Nicholas  st.,  Moseley  st., 

Manchester. 
Boyd,  Robert,  clerk  (at  Lyall,  Macdonald,  Macmil- 

lan,  &  Co.'s),  house,  21  Moir  street. 
Boyd,  Robert  (of  Thomas  Boyd  &  Co.),  house.  11 

Clairmont  gardens. 
Boyd,  Robert,  jun.  (of  Robert  Boyd  &  Co.),  house,  5 

Hamilton  drive,  Hillhead. 
Boyd,  Robert,  sen.,  24  Sardinia  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Boyd,  Robert,  sen.,  contractor,  119  Baird  street. 


Boyd,  Thomas  (of  Thomas  Boyd  &  Co.),  house,  11 

Clairmont  gardens. 
Boyd,  Thos.,  &  Co.,  calico  printers,  128  St.  Vincent 

street. 
Boyd,   Thomas,  family  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 

132  Dumbarton  rd.;  ho.  416  Rutberglen  road. 
Boyd,  Thomas  Alexander  (of  J.  &  T.  Boyd,  Shettleston 

Iron  Works),  house,  Bertrohill,  Shettleston. 
Boyd,  William  (at  J.  &  W.  Campbell  &  Co.'s),  house 

16  Valeview  terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Boyd,  William,  jun.  (at  Wm.  Boyd  &  Co.'s,  Blyths- 

wood  Foundry),  house,  1  Rosslyn  terrace,  west. 
Boyd,  William,  2  Park  quadrant. 
Boyd,   William,   boot   and   shoe    manufacturer,    23 

Spoutmouth  ;  house,  16  London  street. 
Boyd,  Wm.  (of  Wm.  Boyd  &  Co.),  house,  1  Rosslyn 

terrace,  Great  Western  road. 
Boyd,  Wm.    (at  C.    Tennant   &   Co.'s,  St.  Rollox), 

house,  11  Balgray  terrace,  Springburn. 
Boyd,  William  (at  Slater,   Roger,  &  Co.'s),   house, 

Mahratta  cottage,  Lenzie. 
Boyd,    William,  jun.,    manager,    23    Spoutmouth; 

house,  136  Gallowgate. 
Boyd,  Wm,  tobacconist,  9  S.  Wellington  st.  ho.  5  do. 
Boyd,    William,   &   Co.,   ironfounders   (Blythswood 

Foundry),  North  st.  and  William  St.,  Anderston. 
Boyd,  W-,  C.  F.  &  land  surveyor,  102  Cubie  street. 
Boyd,  Mrs.  A.,  328  Renfrew  street. 
Boyd,  Mrs.  David,  jun.  3  Windsor  ter.,  St.  George's  rd. 
Boyd,  Mrs.  Alex.,  375  Sauchiehall  street. 
Boyd,   Mrs.   Peter,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  721 

and  723  Gallowgate,  and  4  Slatefield  street. 
Boyd,  Mrs.  Jas.,  pastry  cook  and  spirit  merchant, 

98  Renfield  street;  house,  145  Renfrew  street. 
Boyd,    Mary,  fruiterer,    88  Main  street,  s.s. ;  house, 

40  Rutherglen  loan. 
BOYES,  Edward,    maltster  and   hop  merchant,  10 

George  street,  and  60,  61  St.  Mary's  Wynd,  Stir- 
ling;  house,  Burnpark  villa,  Uddingston. 
Boyes,  James,  insurance  agent,  116  St.  Vincent  st. ; 

house,  21  Raeberry  street. 
BOYLE,  Alexander,  carver,  gilder,  and  picture  frame 

maker,  325,  327  Argyle  st.  ;  ho.  71  S.  Portland  st. 
Boyle,   Alexander,    newsagent   and  stationer,    329 

Springburn  road ;  house,  333  do. 
Boyle,  Daniel,  spirit  merchant,  2  Forth  st.,  and  170 

Port-Dundas  rd. ;  ho.  24  Water  st.,  Port-Dundas. 
Boyle,  Hugh,  commercial  traveller,  4  Apsley  pi.,  s.s. 
Boyle,  James,  secretary,  Glasgow  District  of  Odd- 
fellows, M.U.,  12  North  Coburg  street. 
Boyle,  James,  flesher  and  contractor,  7  and  11  Bed- 
ford streeff;  house,  11  do. 
Boyle,  James,  joiner,  cabinetmaker,  and  upholsterer, 

137  Wellington  lane;  house,  21  Kent  road. 
Boyle,  James,  cartage  contractor,  81  Wellington  st. ; 

house,  117  North  street. 
Boyle,   John,    sheriff  clerk    depute    of  Lanarkshire, 

County  Buildings,  40  Wilson  st. ;  house,  5  Renton 

ter.,  Crosshill. 
Boyle,  John,  licensed  grocer,  19  Annfield  street  and 

29  Reidvale  street;  house,  93  Annfield  street. 
Boyle,  John,  broker,  57  New  street,  Calton;  house, 

55  New  street,  Calton. 
Boyle,  John,  broker,  1 5  Canon  street,  city ;  house, 

25  East  Clyde  street. 
Boyle,  John,  contractor,  147  Cumberland  street,  s.s.; 

house,  135  do. 
Boyle,  M.  &  J.,  butter  and  egg  merchants,  Bazaar ; 

house,  39  Duke  street. 


116 


BOYLE.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BRANFORD. 


Boyle,  Patrick,  spirit  merchant,  18  Main  street, 
Anderston  ;  house,  3  Washington  street. 

Boyle,  Peter  T.,  house  painter,  73  Fisher  street ;  ho. 
26  Edmund  street. 

Boyle,  Robert,  commission  agent,  55  Glassford  St., 
and  81  Wilson  st. ;  house,  26  Gladstone  street. 

Boyle,  Robert,  &  Son,  ventilating  and  sanitary 
engineers,  patentees  and  manufacturers  of  the 
self-acting  air  pump  ventilators,  smoke  consumers, 
and  fuel  economisers ;  improvements  in  furnaces, 
&c,  110  Bothwell  st.,  and  Mansion  House  buildings, 
London,  E.C. ;  residence,  3  St.  James'  street, 
Hillhead. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

Boyle,  Thomas  H.,  &  Co.,  tea  merchants,  76  West 
Howard  street ;  house,  122  Hospital  street. 

Boyle,  William,  &  Co.,  cartage  contractors  and  store- 
keepers, 97  and  99  Holm  street. 

Boyle,  William,  M.R.C.V.S.,  acting  veterinary  sur- 
geon to  the  Queen's  Own  regiment  of  Glasgow 
yeomanry  cavalry  ;  house,  11  Bedford  street. 

Boyle,  Mrs.  Ann,  spirit  merchant,  9  Bedford  street ; 
house,  11  do. 

Boyle,  Mrs.  Wm.,  7  Albion  crescent,  Dowanhill. 

Boyle,  Miss  M.  M.,  dress  paper  pattern  and  machine 
agent,  120  Sauchiehall  st. ;  ho.  4  Woodlands  rd. 

BRABNER,  John,  &  Sons,  house  painters  and  de- 
corators, 127  Cambridge  street;  house,  8  West 
Graham  street. 

BRABY,  Frederick,  &  Co.  (Limited),  W.  H. 
Luther,  manager,  galvanizers,  manufacturers  of  wire 
netting,  galvanized  iron  pails,  scoops,  and  wrought 
iron  hollow  ware,  20  and  24  Great  Clyde  street,  and 
67  Garngad  rd. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

BRABY,  Frederick,  &  Co.  (Limited),  W.  H. 
Luther,  manager,  manufacturers  of  roofing,  sheath- 
ing, and  hair  felts,  20  and  24  Great  Clyde  St.,  and 
67  Garngad  rd. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

BRABY,  Frederick,  &  Co.  (Limited),  W.  H. 
Luther,  manager,  manufacturers  of  galvanized  cor- 
rugated iron  roofing,  galvanized  ridging,  &c; 
galvanizing  works,  20  and  24  Great  Clyde  street, 
and  67  Garngad  road. — See  Advt.  in  App. 

BRABY,  Frederick,  &  Co.  (Limited),  W.  H. 
Luther,  manager,  makers  of  welded  and  rivetted 
tanks,  cylinders,  and  boilers,  20,  22,  and  24  Great 
Clyde  st,  and  67  Garngad  rd. — See  Advt.  in  App. 

BRABY,  Frederick,  &  Co.  (Limited),  W.  H. 
Luther,  manager,  galvanizers  and  metal  per- 
forators, 20,  22,  and  24  Great  Clyde  street,  and 
galvanizing  works,  67  Garngad  rd. — See  Adver- 
tisement in  Appendix. 

BRACKEN,  James,  Inland  Revenue  officer,  Dundas- 
hill  Distillery ;  house,  20  Raeberry  street. 

BRACKENRIDGE,  Archibald  T.,  boot  and  shoe 
maker,  68  Shamrock  street,  west ;  house,  70  do. 

Brackenridge,  Thomas,  butcher,  126  Norfolk  street; 
house,  45  Eglinton  street. 

Brackla  Distillery  Royal ;  J.  G.  Thomson  &  Co., 
agents,  47  Oswald  street. 

BRADBURY  &  Co.  (Limited),  sewing  machine 
manufacturers ;  depot,  6  and  8  North  Coburg  st. , 
and  45  Bridge  street. 

BRADFORD,  James,  plasterer,  167  West  Graham 
street ;  house,  21  Otago  street,  Hillhead. 

BRADIE,  R.,  &  Co.,  lithographers  and  engravers, 
12  New  street,  Calton. 

BRADLEY,  Edw.,  commission  agent,  49,  51  Pitt  st; 
house,  235  West  Regent  street. 

Bradley,  Henry,  plasterer,  95  Grove  st;  ho.  67  do. 


Bradley,  Patrick,  ironmonger  and  shoe  furnisher,  82 
Nelson  street,  Tradeston  ;  house,  83  do. 

Bradley,  William,  butcher,  284  Rutherglen  road. 

Bradley,  Mrs.  James,  grocer,  34  Portugal  street; 
house,  do. 

Bradley,  Mrs.  J.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  708  Gal- 
lowgate  and  2  Rochester  st. ;  ho.  9  Bellgrove  st. 

Bradley,  Miss  Mary,  milliner,  26  Salisbury  place, 
Great  Western  road. 

BRADSHAW,  Philip,  wine  merchant  and  cork  manu- 
facturer, 48  South  Albion  st.  and  33  Stirling  st., 
city  ;  residence,  Cochran  Cottage,  Kilbarchan. 

Bradshaw,  Philip,  jun.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 
570  Gallowgate;  house,  594  do. 

Bradshaw,  Philip,  jun.,  cork  manufacturer,  25  Hen- 
rietta street ;  house,  594  Gallowgate  street. 

Bradshaw,  Wm.  Edwin,  Episcopal  clergyman,  St. 
Luke's  Episcopal  Church,  Grafton  street ;  house, 
35  Rose  street,  Garnethill. 

Bkadshaw's  Railway  Guide  Office ;  James  Reid, 
stationer,  144  Argyle  street,  agent. 

BRAES,  A.  G-,  ship  master  (State  line),  house, 
Fernhill,  Nithsdale  road,  Pollokshields. 

BRAID&  Laing,  wholesale  stationers  and  account  book 
manufacturers,  15  Madeira  court,  257  Argyle  St.  ; 
works,  34  Ann  street,  city. 

Braid,  Robert  (of  Braid  &  Laing),  house,  320  Ren- 
frew street. 

Braid,  Robert,  confectioner,  316  Cathcart  road. 

Bkaidbar  Quarry  Co.,  quarriers,  182  Hope  street. 

BRAIDWOOD,  A.  &  J.,  drapers,  318  New  Cityrd.; 
house,  264  North  Woodside  road. 

BRAMAH,  James  A,  cutler,  15  Margaret  street ; 
house,  Margaret  place,  Uddingston. 

BRAND,  Adam  (at  Rutherford  Bros'.),  house,  29 
Ashton  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Brand,  Alexander  G.  (of  Barclay  &  Brand),  house, 
8  Clayton  terrace,  Dennistoun. 

Brand,  Andrew,  coalmaster  (of  Merryton  Coal  Co.,  6 
Dixon  St.),  ho.  Peaton  villa,  Pollokshields. 

Brand,  Andrew  R.  (of  Alex.  A  Laird  &  Co.),  house, 
48  Granby  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Brand,  Charles,  &  Son,  contractors  of  public  works, 
123  Hope  street. 

Brand,  James,  civil  engineer  and  contractor,  123 
Hope  st. ;  residence,  10  Marchmont  ter.,  Hillhead.- 

Brand,  James,  C.E.  (of  Wharrie,  Colledge,  &  Brand), 
house,  2  Granby  place,  Hillhead. 

Brand,  Rev.  John  (of  John  street  U.P.  Church),  resi- 
dence, Rockfield,  Bellahouston. 

Brand,  John,  steamboat  owner,  48  Gallowgate;  ho. 
5  Dunrobin  place,  s.s. 

Brand  &  Mollison,  dyers,  66  Renfield  street,  and 
Napiershall  dyeworks,  244,  246,  and  248  North 
Woodside  road. 

Brand,  Robert  J.,  stevedore,  9  West  street,  s.s. 

Brand,  Robert,  brickmaker,  Coats  Brickwork,  Coat- 
bridge ;  office,  49  Jamaica  street ;  house,  Coat- 
bank,  Coatbridge. 

Brand,  Robert,  dairyman,  30  to  36  Devon  street,  and 
8  Maxwell  street,  Pollokshields  ;  ho.  32  Devon  st. 

Brand,  Wm.,  carver,  gilder,  and  frame  maker,  104 
Renfrew  street ;  ho.  91  Thistle  st,  Garnethill. 

Brand,  William,  Gartsherrie  office,  168  West  George 
street ;  house,  Fauld's  park,  Baillieston. 

Brand,  Mrs.  R.,  9  Kew  terrace. 

Brand,  Mrs.  W.,  10  Kersland  terrace,  Hillhead. 

BRANFORD,  Frederick  J.  (at  D.  &  J.  Anderson's), 
house,  Thorncliff,  New  Kilpatrick. 


BRANIGAN.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BRIDGETON. 


117 


BRANIGAN,  George,  clothier,  151  Caledonia  road ; 

house,  149  do. 
Brannigan,  Patrick,  waste  merchant,  66Tylefield  st. ; 

house,  51  do. 
BRANSTON,  Joseph,  letter  carrier,  G.P.O. ;  house, 

87  Caledonia  road. 
BRASH,  Ales,  (of  Brash  &  Leckie),  house,  11  Royal 

crescent,  Crosshill. 
Brash,  Jas.,  Union  Bank ;  ho.  Ellenbank,  Cathcart. 
Brash,  John,  fancy  paper  box  maker,  19  Cochrane  st.; 

house,  13  Royal  terrace. 
Brash  &  Leckie,  produce  and  commission  agents,  Corn 

Exchange  buildings,  7  Waterloo  street. 
Brash,    Robt.,  jun.    (of  Clyde    Chemical   Co.),    81 

Hamilton  st.  Govan ;  resid.  Gladstone  cottage,  do. 
Brash,  Walter  (of  M'Neil  &  Co.,  Hyde  Park  Gal- 
vanizing Works),  house,  Skelmorlie. 
Brash,  Walter,  wright,  6  Gibson  street,  Hillhead. 
Brassfodnders'  Hall,  40  Candleriggs. 
BRASTER,  George,  hairdresser   and  perfumer,  202 

Buchanan  street. 
BRATTEN,   John,   officer,  Faculty   Hall,   242    St. 

Vincent  street. 
BRAY,  Win.,  chemist  and  druggist,  3  and  4  Sedan 

place,  Paisley   road,   and   Stirling  place,    Pollok- 

shields ;  house  and  night  bell,  2  Sedan  place. 
Bray's  Patent  Pole  Crab,  for  relieving  horses, 

175  St.  Vincent  street. 
Brazil  Steam-Packet  Office,  70  Great  Clyde  st. 
Brazilian  Vice-Consulate,  65  West  Regent  street ; 

Alexander  Gray,  vice-consul. 
BREAKENRIDGE,  M.  (of  Wright  &  Breakenridge), 

house,  Irvine. 
BREBNER,  Alexander,  civil  engineer,  Queen's  Dock, 

Stobcross. 
BRECHIN,  Archibald,  contractor,  72  Keppoch  Hill 

road ;  residence,  Easter  Queenslie  farm,  Shettleston. 
Brechin  Brothers,  fleshers,  273   Sauchiehall  street, 

52  Candleriggs,  78  Parliamentary  road,  32  Stirling 

road,  and  75  Elderslie  street. 
Brechin,  Hugh  (of  Brechin  Brothers),  house,  96  Re- 
gent terrace. 
Brechin,  John,  wine  and  spir.  mer.,  430  N.  City  rd. 
Brechin,  James  (of  Brechin  Brothers),  house,  Glen- 
cairn,  Fountainhall  road,  Edinburgh. 
Brechin,  James,  joiner,  3  Holmhead  street. 
Brechin,    Malcolm    (of    Brechin   Brothers),   house, 

Craigielea,  Dalkeith  road,  Edinburgh. 
Brechin,  Matthew  (of  Brechin  Brothers),  house,  1 

Walworth  terrace. 
Brechin,  Robert  H.  (of  Brechin  Brothers),  house,  125 

Douglas  street. 
Brechin,  William  (of  Brechin  Brothers),  house,  125 

Douglas  street. 
Brechin,  William,  wine   and   spirit   merchant,   152 

Hospital  street,  8  Cavendish  street,  and  320  Garn- 

gad   road,   and  Calder  st.,   Polmadie;  residence, 

Greenhill  cottage,  Crossmyloof. 
Brechin,  Wm.,  jun.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  88 

South  Wellington  street  and  358  Govan  street. 
BRECKENRIDGE,  Alex.  B.  (at  Jas.  Simpson's,  102 

London  street),  house,  314  Duke  street. 
Breckenridge,  Fergus  (at  Thos.  Chalmers  &  Co.'s), 

house,  152  Berkeley  street. 
BREEN,  Geo.,  merchant  and  broker,  agent  for  Guion 

Line  U.S.  mail  steamers  and  Williams  &  Guion, 

New  York  ;  Austrian  Lloyd's,  Trieste,  and  Italian 

Maritime  Registry  of  Shipping,  Genoa,   116  St. 

Vincent  street. 


Breen,  George,  Italian  consul  for  Scotland,  116  St. 

Vincent  street. 
Breen,  James,  fruit  merchant,  Bazaar,  Candleriggs ; 

house,  57  Great  Western  road. 
BREEZE,  James,  Balgray  Tower,  Springbum. 
Breeze,  Jas.  D.,  74  Hutcheson  street;  residence,  Bal- 
gray tower,  Springbum. 
Breeze,  John  (at  Maclay,  Murray,  &  Spens'),  house, 

Balgray  Tower,  by  Springbum. 
Bremerhafen  Steam  Packet  Office,  40  St.  Enoch 

square. 
BREMNER,  Alex.  H.,  corn  and  flour  merchant,  67 

Hope  street ;  house,  Duntocher. 
Bremner,    Angus,   joiner,   3    Govan  View   terrace, 

Govanhill. 
Bremner,  D.,  American  produce  merchant,  5  Dixon 

street ;  ho.  10  St.  James'  ten,  Gt.  Western  road. 
Bremner,  D.,  H.M.  customs  ;   ho.  230  Mainst.,  s.s. 
Bremner,  D.,  &  Co.,  merchants,  5  Dixon  street. 
Bremner,  Geo.  W.  M.,  secretary,  Northern  Assurance 

Co.,  24  George  square;  ho.  38  Regent  Park  sq. 
Bremner,  Rev.  Henry,  B.D.  (of  Free  High  Church, 

Partick),  house,  10  Annfield  terrace,  Partickhill. 
Bremner,  James  (of  G.  J.  Mason's),  ho.  6  Garturk  st., 

Govanhill. 
Bremner,  John,  measurer,  134  Bath  street ;  residence, 

Holmhead  House,  Old  Cathcart. 
Bremner,    John,  plasterer,   workshop  and  yard,  12 

Campvale,  Crossmyloof ;  office,  109  W.  George  st. 
Bremner,  Rev.  Robert,  M.A.,  Minister  of  the  Gospel, 

Free  Gorbals  Church,  26  King  street,  Tradeston  ; 

house,  Free  Gorbals  Manse,  Pollokshields. 
Bremner,  Thomas,  plasterer,  332  Saracen  street;  ho. 

134  Wellington  lane,  off  Douglas  street. 
Bremner,  Wm.,  plasterer,  106  Nelson  street,  south; 

house,  80  South  Portland  street. 
Bremner,  Wm.,  jun.,  plasterer,  5  Cook  street ;  house, 

2  Knowe  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
BRENNAN  &  Nelson,  milliner3  and  dressmakers, 

592b  Gallowgate ;  ho.  37  London  road. 
Bretwalda  Iron  and  Smith  Works,  16  Union  place, 

North  street. 
BRICE,  Samuel  W.,  365  Sauchiehall  street. 
Bricklayers   Association   of   Scotland;    hall,   11 

Spoutmouth. 
BRIDGE,  Samuel,  jun.,  fruit  merchant,  351  and  353 

Sauchiehall  street  and  169  Sandringham  terrace ; 

house,  150  Holland  street. 
Bridge  of   Allan   Hydropathic  Co.    (Limited),  58 

Bath  street. 
Bridgegate  Church  (Established),  14  East  Clyde 

street,  Rev.  Wm.  Boyd. 
Bridgegate  Free  Church,  Bridgegate,  Rev.  William 

Scrymgeour,  .minister. 
Bridgeness  Iron  Works,  198  St  Vincent  street. 
Bridgeton   Apothecaries'   Hall,  164  James  street, 

Bridgeton  Cross. 
Bridgeton  Branch  Post  Office,  111  Canning  street. 
Bridgeton  Church  (Estab.),  Dale  street,  Bridgeton 

Rev.  G.  Simpson,  A.M.,  minister. 
Bridgeton  Cross  Loan  Co.'s  Saleroom,  18  Orr  street. 
Bridgeton  Copper,  Tin,  and  Lead  works,  115  Main 

street ;  residence,  Green  Lodge,  Greenhead. 
Bridgeton  Free  Church,  John  street,  Bridgeton,  Rev. 

Alex.  Wilson,  minister. 
Bridgeton  Fire  and  Police  Station,  31,  33  Old  Dal- 

marnock  road,  Bridgeton. 
Bridgeton   Heddle    Co.,   manufacturers    of    heddles 

and  reeds,  10  Ruby  St.,  off  New  Dalmarnock  rd. 


118 


BRIDGETON. GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BRITTON. 


Bridgeton    Old     Victualling    and   .Baking    Society 

(Limited),  victuallers,  &c,  139  to  147  Main  st., 

Bridgeton ;    Robert   Muirhead,    manager  ;    house, 

117  Alexandra  terrace,  Greenhead  street. 
Bridgeton  Parish  Schools,  87  Old  Dalmamock  road  ; 

Wm.  M'Intyre,  head-master. 
Bridgeton  Pottery,  Boden  street,  off  London  road. 
Bridgeton  Registry    Office   for   births,    deaths,    and 

marriages,  and  marriage  notices,  27  Mordaunt  st. ; 

James  Tait,  registrar ;  James  Gardner,  assistant. 
Bridgeton  UP.  Church,  John  street,  Bridgeton ;   Rev. 

Dr.  Edwards,  and  Rev.  John  Steel,  ministers. 
Bridgeton   Victualling   Society    (Limited),    grocers, 

victuallers,  and  spirit  merchants,  186,  188  Main 

street,  Bridgeton  ;  Dugald  Butler,  manager. 
Bridgeton  Working  Men's  Club,  157  Canning  street. 
BRIEN,  John,  slater,  23  Craignestock  street,  Calton  ; 

house,  2  William  street,  do. 
BRIGGS,  Arthur,  accountant,  royal  bank,  St.  Rollox, 

107  Castle  street. 
Briggs,  Isaac,  &  Son,  worsted  spinners,  Wakefield, 

Yorkshire ;    A.    Strachan    &   Son,    34    Glassford 

street,  agents. 
Briggs,  John  (of  Briggs  &  M'Lellan),  house,   130 

Holland  street. 
Briggs  &  M'Lellan,  tailors,  clothiers,  and  hatters,  59 

Union  street. 
Briggs,   Thomas,   oil   cloth,    tarpauling,    and   twine 

manufacturer,  cotton,  linen,  and  jute  spinner,  187 

George  street,  E. 
Briggs,  William,  agent  for  Limmer  Asphalte  Paving 

Co.  (Limited),  40  Union  st.;  residence,  Arbroath. 
Briggs  &  Wilson,  carvers,  gilders,  and  picture  frame 

manufacturers,   261  Buchanan   street ;  house,   8 

Ronald  street. 
BRIGHT,  John,  &  Brothers,  manufacturers,   Man- 
chester ;  10  Hanover  street. 
BRIMS,  David,  joiner,  171  Pitt  street. 
BRINKLEY,  Robert,  artist  (at  A.  Macnab's) ;  ho. 

284  St.  George's  road. 
BRISBANE,   James,  home   timber  merchant,    312 

Stobcross  street;   house,  22  Carrickarden  street. 
Brisbane,  John,  iron  and  commission  merchant,  4 

Bath  street. 
Brisbane,  Peter,  dairyman,  68  Great  Western  road  ; 

house,  60  do. 
Bristol,  Cardiff,  and  Swansea  Steam  Packet  Office  ; 

Wm.  Sloan  &  Co.,  36  Renfield  street. 
Britannia  Fire  Association,  69  St.  George's  place, 

W.  G.  Park,  district  manager. 
Britannia  Pottery,  136  Glebe  st.  and  98  Kennedy  st. 
British  America   Assurance  Co.,   J.    Carmichael, 

agent,  192  West  Nile  street. 
British  and  African  Steam  Navigation  Co., 

registered  office,  175  West  George  street ;  Charles 
Gibson,  secretary. 
British  and  African  Steam  Navigation  Co.,  24  Oswald 

street ;  Taylor,  Laughland,  &  Co.,  agents.  < 
British  Asphalte   Co. ;   Gregory  Bird,  manager  ;    as- 
phalte manufacturers,  tar  distillers,  &c,  92  Stirling 

st.,  Port  Dundas. 
British  and  Burmese  Steam  Navigation  Co.  (Limited), 

steam  line  to  Rangoon,  15  St.  Vincent  pi. ;  P 
Henderson  &  Co.,  agents. 
British  Equitable  Assurance  Company,  4  Queen  st. 
place,  London;  James  Wilson,  agent,  180  West 
Regent  street. 
British  and  Foreign  Express  Parcel  Conveyance,  82 
Mitchell  street ;  Metz  &  Co.,  agents. 


British  and  Foreign  Marine  Insurance  Co.  (Limited) 
of  Liverpool ;  Hugh  Aird,  agent,  Royal  Exchange 
buildings. 

British,  Foreign,  and  Colonial  Patent  Office  ; 

J.  H.  Johnson  &  Day,  115  St.  Vin.  st— See  Advt. 
British   and  Foreign   Mineral  Water    Co., 

Mineral  water  manufacturers,  382  New  City  road. 
•—See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

British  and  Foreign  Steam  Packets,  30  Jamaica  st. 

British  and  N.  American  Royal  Mail  Steam  Packets, 
30  Jamaica  street. 

British  India  Steam  Navigation  Co.  (Limited),  Peter 
Macnaughton,  secretary,  110a  Wellington  street. 

British  Legal  Life  Assurance  and  Loan  Co.  (Limited), 
Henry  Steel,  manager,  1  Richmond  st.  ;  ho.  3  do. 

British  Linen  Company  Bank,  Chief  Office,  110 
Queen  st. ;  Andrew  L.  Fowler  &  Thomas  Balmain, 
agents. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  Charing  Cross  branch,  539 
Sauchiehall  street ;  John  Fraser,  jr.,  agent. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  Eastern  branch,  26  Bridge- 
ton  cross  ;  Thos.  Kinnaird,  agent. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  south  side,  1  Eglinton  st. ; 
William  N.  Graham,  agent. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  269  Main  St.,  south  side  ; 
Wm.  Dodd,  agent. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  42  Trongate  ;  John  Graham, 
agent. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  Anderston  Branch,  Gushet- 
house  ;  John  Fraser,  agent. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  West  George  street ;  branch, 
temporaray  premises,  120  St.  Vincent  st. ;  George 
Lammie,  agent. 

British  Linen  Co.  Bank,  Sandyford  and  Overnewton 
Branch;  Robert  Kemp,  agent,  69  Dumbarton rd. 

British  Patent  Morocco  Leather  Co.  (Limited),  works, 
Fereneze,  by  Barrhead  ;  John  Mann,  C.  A.,  secre- 
tary, 154  St.  Vincent  street. 

British  Patent  Morocco  Leather  Company  (Limited)  ; 
Thomas  Forrest,  40  Ingram  street. 

British  Plate  Glassworks,  Ravenhead,  St.  Helens, 
Lancashire  ;  Wm.  Meikle  &  Sons,  agents,  21  Wel- 
lington street. 

British  Sanitary  Co.,  sanitary  engineers  and  earth 
closet  manufacturers,  205  Buchanan  street. 

British  Workman  Boot  &  Shoe  Co.,  boot  and  shoe 
merchants,  57  Bridge  street. 

British  Workman  (the  Glasgow)  Public  House  Co. 
(Limited);  Alex.  Sloan,  C.A.,  secretary ;  John 
Thomas,  general  manager ;  registered  office,  155 
West  George  street ;  branches,  66  and  68  Gallow- 
gate,  2  Possil  Road,  9  Anderston  quay,  425  Spring- 
burn  road,  149  Paisley  road,  233  North  Woodside 
road,  120  Main  street,  Maryhill ;  2  Greenlaw 
place,  Paisley  road  ;  29  Jamaica  street,  151  and 
155  Trongate,  10  Govan  Cross,  170  Castle  street. 

BRITTAIN,  George,  locomotive  superintendent  Cale- 
donian Railway  ;   office,  25  Killermont  street. 
Brittain,  Robert  (of  Robert  Brittain  &  Co.),  house, 
52  Dumbarton  road. 

Brittain,  Robert,  &  Co.,  sail  makers,  28  Dale  st.,  s.s. 

BRITON,  Alex.,  boot,  shoe,  and  Highland  brogue 
maker,  55  Argyle  street;  house,  10  Bellgrove  st. 

Britton,  Robert,  tailor  and  clothier,  91  Dalmamock 
road. 

Britton,  Mrs.,  crystal  and  china  dealer,  38  Green  st., 

Calton. 
Briton  Life  Association  (Limited),  69  St.  George's 
place;  William  G.  Park,  district  manager 


BROADFOOT.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. 


-BROOM. 


119 


BROADFOOT,  H.,  builder,  29  Devon  street. 
Broadfoot,  James  (of  John  Broadfoot  &  Sons),  house, 

7  Bentinck  street. 
Broadfoot,  J.  G,  builder,  29  Devon  street. 
Broadfoot,  John  (of  John  Broadfoot  &  Sons),  house, 

4  La  Belle  place. 
Broadfoot,  John,  &  Sons,  Finnieston  Brass,  Copper, 

and  Lead  Works,  55  Finnieston  street. 
Broadfoot,  Malcolm,  slater,  7    Cornwall  st.,  Paisley 

road ;  house,  3  Portman  street,  do. 
Broadfoot,  Robert,  furniture  and  ironmongery  ware- 
house, 52  Miller's  place ;  house,  110  Barrack  st. 
Broadfoot,  Walter,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  131  Kent 

road. 
Broadfoot,  Wm.   (of  John   Broadfoot  &  Sons),    4 

La  Belle  place. 
BROADLEY,  Thomas,   umbrella  manufacturer,  48 

Struthers  street,  Calton. 
Broadley,  Wm.  G.,  commission  agent,  37  West  George 

street;  house,  17  Kersland  terrace. 
BROCK,  Allison,  &  Co.,  timber  and  marine  insurance 

brokers,  135  Buchanan  street. 
Brock,  Andrew,  milliner,  168  Claythorn  street. 
Brock,   Andrew  (of  W.  Brock   &   Son),  house,  22 

Westminster  terrace. 
Brock,  Henry  (of  John  Orr  Ewing  &  Co.),  residence, 

Levenfield  house,  Alexandria. 
Brock,  Hugh,  veterinary  surgeon,  M.R.C.V.S.  Lon- 
don, 112  North  st;  shoeing  forge,  9  Elmbanklane. 
Brock,  John  (of    John    Brock  &  Co.),  3  a  Victoria 

drive,  Mount  Florida. 
Brock,  John,  &  Co.,  ship  store  merchants,  74  West 

Howard  street. 
Brock,  John,  draper  and  hosier,  28  Kent  st. 
Brock,  Thos.  (of  Brock,  Allison,  &  Co.),  ho.  Heath- 
bank,  Lenzie. 
Brock,  Rev.  Walter,  chaplain  of  prison,  71  Duke  st. ; 

house,  15  Ure  place,  off  Montrose  street. 
Brock,  Wm.,  &  Son,  grain  merchants,  17  Waterloo  st. 
Brock,  William  (of  Wm.  Brock  &  Son),    house,  6 

Ashton  terrace,  Dowanhill. 
Brock,   W.    J.,   M.B.C.M.,   medical  practitioner,    2 

Holyrood  crescent. 
BROCKAT,  William,  joiner,  28  York  street ;  house, 

47  St.  Vincent  Crescent. 
BROCKETT,  Andrew,  wine   and   spirit  merchant, 

384  St.   Vincent  street ;  house,  3  Dover  street. 
BROCKIE,  Robert,  hosier  and  glover,  60  Argyle  st. ; 

house,  18  Westmoreland  street,  Govanhil!. 
BRODE,  Julius  (of  Brode  &  Drummond),  house,  11 

Grange  terrace,  Queen's  Park. 
Brode,  Drummond  &  Co.,   fancy  box  makers,  54 

Fox  street. 
BRODIE,  D.   M.  (at   Stonelaw    Colliery  office,   36 

Argyle  arcade),  house,  Parkhill,  Rutherglen. 
Brodie  &  Co.,  commission  merchants,  33  Bath  street ; 

house,  2  Beaufort  gardens,  Govanhill. 
Brodie,  George,  writer  and  notary  public,  108  West 

Regent  street ;  house,  4  St.  Albans  ter.  Hillhead. 
Brodie,  Harper,  &  Co.,  grain  merchants  and  milllers, 

Bishop  mills,  206  Old  Dumbarton  road. 
Brodie,  James,  provision  merchant,  133  London  rd.; 

house,  112  do. 
Brodie,   James  (of  Stephen  &  Brodie),  house,  29 

Carrickarden  street. 
Brodie,  James  (of  Patent  Process  Milling  Co.),  ho., 

135  Mains  street. 
Brodie,   John,  spirit   merchant,  18   William   street, 

Cowcaddens  ;  house,  205  Cowcaddens  street. 


Brodie,   John  Ewan,  M.D.,  F.F.P.S.G.,  physician; 

consulting  rooms,  462  Argyle  street ;  house,  20 

Sandyford  place. 
Brodie,    John  Alison,    stockbroker,   3  North  court, 

Royal  Exchange. 
Brodie,  MacLean,  accountant,    22   Renfield  street ; 

house,  14  Sardinia  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Brodie,  Rev.  Neil,  of  Free  West,  Pollokshaws ;  ho. 

Free  Church  Manse,  Langside. 
Brodie,  Robert,  writer  (of  M'Clure,  Naismith,  Brodie, 

&  Macfarlane),  house,  23  Belhaven  terrace. 
Brodie, .Robert,  chemist  and  druggist,  253  Crown  St.; 

house,  123  Hospital  st. 
Brodie,  Thomas,  teacher,  Kinning  Park  Public  School ; 

house,  60  Prince's  street,  Pollokshields. 
Brodie,  Wm.,  shoemaker,  164  New  Dalmarnock  rd. 
Brodie,  William  (at  Richardson,   Findlay,  &  Co.'s), 

house,  3  Berlin  ter.,  Nithsdale  road,  Pollokshields. 
Brodie,    William   M.,  coal  merchant,  192    and  194 

Rottenrow. 
Brodie,  Mrs.  Alexander,  spirit  merchant,  8  Tobago  st.; 

house,  12  do. 
Brodie,  Mrs.  John,  draper,  341  S.  Wellington  street. 
BROGAN,  A.  D.  (of  Glasgow  Plate  Glass  Co.),  house, 

256  Great  Western  road. 
Brogan,  James,  plasterer,   1   Glebe  street;    house, 

50  do. 
BROMHEAD,   Horatio   K,   A.R.I.B.A.,  and    LA., 

architect,  245  St.  Vincent  street ;  house,  37  Sar- 
dinia terrace,  Hillhead. 
BROOK,  Jonas,  &  Brothers,  cotton  thread  manufac- 
turers, Meltham  mills,  Huddersfield;  10  Garthland 

street. 
Brooke,  Simpson,  &  Spiller,  manufacturers  of  patent 

aniline  dyes;    agents,  Henderson,  Hogg,   &  Co., 

15  Cadogan  street. 
Brooke,  Rev.  Charles  Hyde,  Mission  priest,  Scottish 

Ep.  Ch.,  All-Saints  and  Mission  Chapel,  Crow  rd., 

Jordan  hill ;  res.  11  Victoria  buildings,  Hillhead. 
BROOKS,  Alexander,  plumber,  gasfitter,  and  bell- 
hanger,  10  Struan  ter.,  Crosshill;  house,  20  Dixon 

avenue,  Govanhill. 
Brooks,  David,  portioner,  251  Parliamentary  road. 
Brooks  &  Hamilton,  sewed  muslin  manufacturers,  24 

Buchanan  street. 
Brooks,  John  (of  Lye,  near  Stourbridge),  anvil  and  vice 

manufacturer;  James  Tod,  agent,  16  Hope  st. 
Brooks,   John,    spirit  merchant,  253   Parliamentary 

road ;  house,  132  West  Graham  street. 
Brooks,  J.,  &  Co.,  blockmakers  and  turners,  33  St. 

James'  street ;  house,  72  Houston  street. 
Brooks,   John,  smith,   bellhanger,  and  gasfitter,  239 

George  street ;  house,  150  Rottenrow. 
Brooks,  John,  music  and  musical  instrument  seller, 

171  Eglinton  street;  house,  22  Cumberland  street. 
Brooks,  William,  slater  and   plasterer,   28    Stanley 

street;  house,  12  St.  George's  terrace. 
Brooks,  Wm.,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  40  Marquis' 

street ;  house,  758  London  road. 
BROOM  &  Brown,  quarriers,  Wishaw ;  office,  182 

Hope  street. 
Broom,  David,  agent,  75  Bath  st.;  house,  247  do. 
Broom,  George,  schoolmaster,  St.   Mary's  Episcopal 

School,  40  Braid  street ;  house,  12  Wilton  street. 
Broom,  James  (of  Broom  &  Moir),  house,  35  Struan 

terrace,  Crosshill. 
Broom  &  Moir,  coal  and  iron  merchants,  44  York  st.; 

depot,  Bridgeton  station,  Dalmarnock. 
Broom,  M.  &  A.,  88  Cowcaddens. 


120 


BEOOMIELAW. 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY- 


-BROWN. 


Beoomielaw  Eree  Church,  56  Carrick  street,  Rev. 

D.  Farquhar,  minister. 
Beoomwabd  Weaving  Co.  (Limited),  John  Gourlay, 

C.A.,  secretary ;  office,  24  George's  sqr.;  factory, 

West  street,  Calton. 
BROUGH, Robert  S.,  bootmaker,  5  Cathedral  street; 

house,  42  Grafton  street. 
BROWETT,  Frederick,  &  Co.,  fringe1  and  trimming 

manufacturers,  Raglan  street,  Coventry ;  Thomas 

Vallance,  agent,  89  Ingram  street. 
BROWN,  Alexander  (at  W.  B.  Huggins  &  Co.'s),  ho. 

1  Stanmore  terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Brown,  Alexander,   house  factor,    property  and   in- 
surance agent,   102  Burnside  street;    house,    35 

Carnarvon  street. 
Brown,   Alexander,   watchmaker    and    jeweller,    1 

Argyle  arcade;  house,  93  Norfolk  street. 
Brown,  Alexander,  wholesale  provision  merchant,  35 

Watson  street,  and  25  M'Pherson  street ;  house, 

4  Linden  terrace,  Pollockshields. 
Brown,  Alexander,  house  factor,  coal  and  grain  mer- 
chant, Alexandria  place,  Kirn. 
Brown,  Alex.,  commercial  traveller  (John  Clark,  jr., 

6  Co.),  Mile-end. 

Brown,  Alexander,  tailor  and  clothier,  56  Eglinton 

terrace;  house,  162  Cathcart  road. 
Brown,   Alexander,  grocer  and  victualler,   34  West 

College  street. 
Brown,  Alexander,   boot  and  shoemaker,  176  Main 

St.,  Bridgeton  ;  house,  3  Dalmarnock  road. 
Brown,  Alexander  (at  Blair,  Campbell,  &  M'Lean's), 

house,  26  Cathcart  street,  Paisley  road. 
Brown,  Alexander,  plumber,  brassfounder,  gasfitter, 

and   bellhanger,  62  Cowcaddens,    and    2    South 

Woodside  rd. ;  house,  105  Cowcaddens  street. 
Brown,  Alexander  (of  Brown  &  Young),  house,  29 

Scott  street,  Garnethill. 
Brown,  Alexander  K.,  house  factor,  243  St.  Vincent 

street ;  house,  60  Eglinton  terrace,  Crossbill. 
Brown,  Alex.  K.,  artist,  113  West  Regent  st.;  house, 

1  Athole  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Brown,  Alexander,  plasterer,  63  Grafton  street ;  ho. 

16  Catherine  street. 
Brown,  Alexander  (of  Hugh  Brown  &  Son),  house,  13 

Berlin  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Brown,  Alex.,  seed  merchant  and  nurseryman,  28 

Gordon  street,  and  the  Nurseries,  Millport. 
Brown,    Alexander,    engraver    to     calico    printers, 

Charleston,  Alexandria,  by  Dumbarton. 
Brown,  Alex.,  &  Co.,  agents  for  the  Apollinaris  Co. 

(Limited),  London,  10  Prince's  square. 
Brown,  Alexander  M.  (of  James  Finlay  &  Co.),  ho. 

7  Belmont  crescent,  Hillhead. 

Brown,  Alexander,  teller,  Bank  of  Scotland ;  house, 

St.  Vincent  lane. 
Brown,  Alfred  (of  Wm.  and  Alfred  Brown  &  Co.), 

house,  20  Huntly  gardens. 
Brown,  Andrew,  &  Co.,  Lancefield  Storage  Co.,  and 

produce  brokers,  93  Lancefield  street. 
Brown,  Andrew  (of  Andrew  Brown  &  Co.),  house,  16 

Kersland  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Brown,  Andrew  (at  Alex.  Henry  &  Co.'s),  house,  189 

Bellfield  street. 
Brown,  Andrew,    merchant    (of   Alexander   King, 

Brown,  &  Co.),  house,  14  Hillsborough  square. 
Brown,  Andrew,  cashier  (at  R.  Hillcoat  &  Sons'), 

house,  90  Abbotsford  place. 
Brown,  Andrew,  tinsmith  and  gasfitter,  104  George 

street;  house,  10  do. 


Brown,  Andrew,  accountant's  department,  Cale- 
donian Railway  Co. ;  house,  93  Pitt  street. 

Brown,  Andrew,  rope  maker,  28  Bellfield  street. 

Brown,  Andrew,  innkeeper,  Tarn  O'Shanter  inn,  236 
High  street,  Ayr. 

Brown,   Anthony,  warper,  10   Prince's  square ;  ho. 

1  Agnew  place,  Albert  road,  Crosshill. 

Brown,  Archibald,  &  Co.,  silk  gossamer  and  crape 

manufactory,  85  Queen  st.  and  9  Exchange  sq. 
Brown,  Arch.,  M.B.C.M.,  132  Cathcart  road,  Govan- 

hill ;  house,  Victoria  drive,  Mount  Florida. 
Brown,  Archibald  S.  (at  Alex.  D.  Speirs',  7   Royal 

Bank   place),   house,   3  Burnhank   place,  Great 

Western  road. 
Brown,   Archibald,   grocer,    193    Allander    street ; 

house,  191  do. 
Brown,   Archibald,   spirit  merchant,  180   Garscube 

road;  house,  122  West  Graham  street. 
Brown,  A.  H.  (of  Brown  &  Lowden),   house,    12 

Dalhousie  street. 
Brown,  Bayley,  and  Dixon  (Limited),  manufacturers  of 

railway  plant,    Sheffield  steel  and  iron    works ; 

agent,  Chas.  Bell,  29  Waterloo  street. 
Brown,  Benjamin,  joiner,  175  Hospital  street. 
Brown    Brothers,    straw,  felt,  and  silk  hatters,    3 

Washington  street ;  ho.  42  West  street,  s.s. 
Brown  Brothers,  &  Co.,  pharmaceutical  chemists,  and 

wholesale  and  retail  druggists,  110,  112  Trongate. 
Brown  Brothers,  &  Co.,  hydraulic  engineers,  Edin- 
burgh ;  agent,  H.  C.  Paterson,  24  George  square. 
Brown  Brothers,   chemists,    and   manufacturers    of 

aerated  waters,  41,  43,  &  45  Washington  street ; 

house,  Woodcroft,  Partick. 
Brown,   Brothers,  &  Co.,  sack  hirers,   51  Cadogan 

street. 
Brown,   Charles   A.,   55  Main  street,  s.s.,   and  3 

Alexandria  place,  Kirn. 
Brown,    Charles    (of   Brown    &   Wingate),    house, 

2  Battlefield  crescent,  Langside. 

Brown  &  Clark,  Public  accountants,  58  West 

Regent  street. 
Brown,  Colin,  8  Mathieson  street. 
Brown,  Colin,  insurance  agent,  192  Hope  street ;  resi- 
dence, 1  St.  James'  place,  Hillhead. 
Brown,  Cornelius,  flesher,  282  Duke  street,  and  148 

New  Dalmarnock  road  ;  house,  146  do. 
Brown  &  Co.,   manufacturers   of  patent   metallic 

casks,  paint  kegs,  oil  drums,  cisterns,  and  tinplate 

goods;   works,  63  Wigton  St.,  PortDundas;  office, 

20  Union  street. 
Brown  &  Co.,  manufacturers,  51  Buchanan  street ; 

residence,  Rannoch  Lodge,  Helensburgh. 
Brown  &  Co.,  drapers,  116  Candleriggs. 
Browns  &  Co.,  starch  and  corn  flour  manufacturers, 

Plantation  starch  works,  Mair  st.,  Govan  road. 
Brown,  Crawford,  teacher,  3  Buchan  street;  ho.  110 

Garthland  drive. 
Brown  &  Crawford,  sugar  merchants,  33  Virginia  st. 
Brown,  D.  Campbell,  merchant  and  commission  agent, 

192  Hope  street. 
Brown,   Daniel,   confectioner    and    restaurateur,    60 

Queen  street  and  83  St.  Vincent  street ;  house,  214 

West  Regent  street. 
Brown,  Daniel,  Public  accountant  and  electoral 

agent,   58   West  Regent   street ;    house,   Cyprus 

place,  Shettleston. 
Brown,  Daniel,  tailor  and  clothier,  94  Bellgrove  st. 
Brown,  David,  butcher,  40  Findlay  street ;  ho.  205 

Cowcaddens  street. 


BROWN.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BROWN. 


121 


Brown,  Rev.  David,  minister  of  St.  Enoch's  ;  house, 

197  Renfrew  street. 
Brown,  David,  shoemaker,  114  New  Dalmarnock  road; 

house,  3  Oswald  street,  Bridgeton. 
Brown,  David,  jun.,  house  factor,  95  Abercromby  st. 
Brown,  David,  grocer  and  provision   merchant,  38 

Maitland  street ;  ho.  220  Hope  street. 
Brown,  David  J.  (of  Brown  &   Crawford),  house,  12 

12  Wilson  street,  Hillhead. 
Brown,  David,  mason  and  builder,  652  Gallowgate  st. 
Brown,  David  (of  W.  &  D.  Brown,  cartwrights),  ho. 

17  Lillybank  street. 
Brown,  David,  heddle  and  harness  material  manufac- 
turer, John   street   lane,  Bridgeton ;    house,  160 

Dalmarnock  road. 
Brown,   David,   lasting  tack  manufacturer,  John  st. 

lane,  Bridgeton;  house,  160  Dalmarnock  road. 
Brown,  David,  manager  (at  Wm.   Anderson's),  ho. 

110  Cambridge  street. 
Brown,  David,  wood  merchant  and  saw  mills,  John 

street  lane,  Bridgeton  ;  ho.  160  Dalmarnock  road. 
Brown,  David,  shuttle  and  shuttle  mounting  -weaving 

utensil  maker  and  turner,  John  st.  lane,   Bridge- 
ton  ;  house,  160  Dalmarnock  road. 
Brown,  David  W.  (of  J.  Carruthers,  Brown  &  Son), 

ho.  167  Green  Lodge  terrace,  Greenhead. 
Brown,    David,    &    Co.,    brassfounders,     13    West 

Graham  street ;  house,  22  Gladstone  street. 
Brown,  David,  restaurant,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

19,  21,  23  Dunlop  street  ;  house,  4  Royal  terrace, 

Queen's  park. 
Brown,  Donald,  house  factor  and  coal  agent,  183 

Govan  road,  Govan. 
Brown,  David  (of  M'Callum,  Brown  &  Co.),  house, 

20  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 
Brown,  D.  L.,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  118  Queen 

street,  and  at  Brisbane. 
Brown,  Downes,  &  Co.,  wholesale  sugar  and  tea  mer- 
chants, 45  Dunlop  street. 
Brown,  D.  M.,  shipbroker,  16  Bothwell  street ;  ho. 

37  Bute  terrace,  Strathbungo. 
Brown,  Dunci.n,  merchant,  48  Windsor  terrace. 
Brown,  Duncan,  City  Hall  keeper,  92  Candleriggs  ;  ho. 

4  South  Albion  lane. 
Brown,  Duncan,  tea  merchant   and    general    grocer, 

239  and  325  London  road,  and  300  Nuneaton  st. 

house,  246  London  road. 
Brown,  Dunlop,  &  Lindsay,  writers,  87  West  Regent 

street. 
Brown,  Easton,  &  Co.,  insurance  brokers,  and  agents 

for  the  Union  Marine  Insurance  Co.  (Limited), 

of  Liverpool,  32  Royal  Exchange  square. 
Brown,  Eben.,  export  bottler,  93  West  Campbell  st. ; 

residence,  Strathview,  Kilmalcolm. 
Brown,  Edward,    mirror   manufacturer,  carver,  and 

gilder,  316  Paisley  road  ;  house,  327  do. 
Brown,  Edward,  manufacturer  of  glass  house  blocks, 
■  &c,  Stourbridge ;  agent,  A.  Murdoch,  2  Oswald  st. 
Brown,  E.,  ironmonger,  576  Springburn  road;  house, 

528  do. 
Brown  &  Ferguson,  writers,  138  West  George  street. 
Brown,   Francis,  marine  superintendent  (at  George 

Smith  &  Son's,  101  St.  Vincent  street),  house,  51 

St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Brown,  Francis,  grocer,  77  Richard  street. 
Brown,  Francis,  quarrier,   Williamwood,    Cathcart; 

house,  Prospect  bank,  Mount  Florida. 
Brown,  Gavin  (of  Brown  &  Co.,  116  Candleriggs), 

house,  7  Somerville  place. 


Brown,  Gavin,  joiner  and  cabinetmaker,  18  N.  Port- 
land street ;  house,  7  Hopetoun  place. 
Brown,  George,  draper,  106  Bedford  street ;  house, 

26  South  Portland  street. 
Brown,  George,  &  Co.  (and  Brown  &  Co.,  Havana, 

and  Browns  &  Co.,  Pernambuco),  merchants,  149 

West  George  street. 
Brown,  George  (of  George  Brown  &  Co.),  residence, 

Burnside,  Irvine. 
Brown,  George  (at  John  Fergnson  &  Bros'.),  house,  5 

Holyrood  crescent. 
Brown,  George,  fruit  merchant,  288  Nuneaton  street ; 

house,  287  do. 
Brown,   George,   137  W.   George  st. ;   residence,  10 

Douglas  crescent,  Edinburgh. 
Brown,   George,   merchant,   agent    for    Martin's 

patent  anchor,  zigzag  cable,  &c,  41  Ann  street, 

city;  house,  Rowallan  cottage,  Lanark. — See  Advt. 

in  Appendix. 
Browne,  George  (of  Browne  &  Watson),  ho.  Beech- 
holm,  Queen's  drive,  Crosshill. 
Brown,  George,  grocer,  264  Crookston  street,  and  4 

Knightswood  place ;  house,  1  Cornwall  street. 
Brown,  George,  tobacco  and  small  wares,  28  Mel- 
ville street. 
Brown,  George,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  61  Charlotte 

lane  ;  house,  144  Graeme  street. 
Brown,  George  C.  (of  James  Brown  &  Co.),  house, 

15  Oxford  street. 
Brown,  Geo.  (at  A.  Bost  &  Co.'s),  ho.  139  Allison  st., 

Govanhill. 
Brown,  George  W.,  cabinet  maker  and  upholsterer, 

47  Great  Western  road ;  workshop,  71  and  73  do.; 

house,  45  do. 
Brown,  George  (of  G.  &  J.  Brown),  house,  217  St. 

George's  road. 
Brown,  George,  deputy  harbour  master,  Kingston 

dock ;  house,  30  Pollok  street. 
Brown,  George,  stationer,  263a  New  City  road. 
Brown,  George,  collector,  G.  &  S.  W.  Ry.,  College 

station;  house,  127  Slatefield  street. 
Brown,  George  A.,  music  seller  and  pianoforte  tuner, 

322   Paisley  road;  house,    50  M'Culloch  street, 

Pollokshields. 
Browns,  George,  &  Co.,  house  factors  and  insurance 

agents,  54  St.  Enoch  square. 
Brown,  Gladstone  A.  (at  Angus  &  Menzies'),  house, 

9  Glasgow  street,  Hillhead. 
Brown,  Henry,  wright  and  glazier,  56  and  33  South 

Kinning  place ;  ho.  7  Cathcart  street,  Paisley  rd. 
Brown,  Hugh,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  204  Broomie- 

law;  house,  103  Norfolk  street. 
Brown,  Hugh,  &  Son,  grocers,  wine  merchants,  and 

Italian  warehousemen,  41  Bridge  street. 
Brown,  Hugh  A.,  wholesale  stationer,  34  Queen  st.; 

house,  510  Gallowgate. 
Brown,  Hugh  (of  John  Houston  &  Co.),  house,  5  St. 

John's  terrace. 
Brown,  Hugh,  137  West    George  street;   house,    9 

Clairmont  gardens. 
Brown,  Hugh  (of  M'Coll  &  Brown),  house,  1  Kenmure 

terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Brown,  Hugh,  cutler,  ironmonger,  saw,  plane,  edge- 
tool,  and  mathematical  instrument  manufacturer, 

213  Argyle  st.;  house,  59  St.  James'  st.,  Kingston. 
Brown,  H.  M.,  boot  and  shoe  merchant,    264  and 

266  Main  St.,  Anderston;  ho.  340  Dumbarton  rd. 
Brown,  James,  &  Alex.,  engravers,  and  stencil  plate 

cutters,  26  Green  St.,  Bridgeton  ;  ho.  20  do. 


122 


BROWN.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BROWN. 


Brown,  J.  &  G.,  brewers,  East  Wemyss,  Fife  ;  agent, 
James  Bryce.  jun.,  74  Waterloo  street. 

Brown,  Jas.  &  Tnos.,  &  Co.,  wholesale  tea  and  coffee 
merchants  and  importers  of  fruit,  77,  79  James 
Watt  street,  off  Argyle  street. 

Brown,  James,  77  James  Watt  St.;  residence,  View- 
field,  Bellahouston. 

Brown,  James,  manager  Adelphi  Hair  and  Fur  works. 
247  Govan  street;  house,  237  Cumberland  St.,  s.s. 

Brown,  James,  house  factor,  16  Windsor  street ; 
ho.  37  Kelvinside  avenue,  Marybill. 

Brown,  James,  Caledonian  Railway  carting  depart- 
ment, 11  Germiston  street;  house,,  93  Pitt  street. 

Brown,  James,  clerk  (Young's  Paraffin  Co.),  house, 
18  Albert  drive,  Crossbill. 

Brown,  James,  shipowner,  11  Somerset  place. 

Brown,  James,  writer  (at  Alexander  &  Taylor's),  ho. 
59  Albert  street. 

Brown,  James  (of  James  Brown  &  Co.),  Dunclutha, 
Brandon  gardens,  Cambuslang. 

Brown,  James,  hosier  and  tobacconist,  204  Cumber- 
land street j  house,  198  do. 

Brown,  James,  optician,  maker  and  importer  of 
optical,  philosophical,  and  mathematical  instru- 
ments, 76  St.  Vincent  street ;  house,  6  Camp- 
side  crescent,  Crossbill — See  Adv.  in  App. 

Brown,  James,  bootmaker,  345  Paisley  road ;  house, 
2  St.  James'  street,  Paisley  road. 

Brown,  James,  butcher,  32  Canning  street,  Calton; 
house,  8  Craignestock  place. 

Brown,  James,  cabinetmaker,  39  Surrey  street; 
residence,  Cremona  house,  Sandbank. 

Brown,  James  (of  G.  P.  0.),  house,  52  Gilmour  st., 
Oatlands,  Rutherglen  road. 

Brown,  James,  teacher  of  English  grammar,  composi- 
tion, and  geography,  280  George  street;  house,  42 
Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Brown,  James  (of  Baird  &  Brown),  ho.  6  Montgomerie 
crescent,  Kelvinside. 

Brown,  James,  ironmonger  and  cooper,  1a  Shamrock 
street,  west ;  house,  5  do. 

Brown,  James  (Young's  Paraffin  Co.),  ho.  18  Albert 
drive,  Crosshill. 

Brown,  James  (of  J.  &  G.  Brown),  residence,  Birk- 
fell,  Helensburgh. 

Brown,  James,  teacher,  Greenside  St.  public  school. 

Brown,  James,  baker,  339  Dumbarton  road,  Partick; 
ho.  11  Hamilton  street,  do. 

Brown,  James,  Lloyd's  register  of  shipping.  36 
Oswald  street;  house,  20  Dumbarton  road. 

Brown,  James  (of  James  Brown  &  Co.),  oil  mer- 
chants and  dry-salters;  ho.  331  New  City  road. 

Brown,  James,  &  Co.,  oil  merchants  and  drysalters, 
8  Napiershall  street. 

Brown,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  101 
Dundas  street,  s.s. 

Brown,  James,  &  Co.,  bookbinders,  108  Argyle  st. 

Brown,  J.  Carruthers,  &  Son,  dyers  and  cleaners, 
Trafalgar  dye  works,  252  Main  St.,  Bridgeton. 

Brown,  J.  &  G.,  joiners,  packing-box,  zinc,  and  tin 
case  makers,  25  Douglas  street. 

Brown,  Capt.  J.  Reid,  2  Kelvinbank  ter.,  Kelvinside. 

Brown,  J.  H,  sub-manager,  Great  Britain  Fire 
Insurance  Co.,  12  Hanover  street;  house,  2 
Linden  terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Brown,  J.  &  J.,  colour,  paint,  and  hand-made  putty 
manufacturers,  40  Charlotte  street. 

Brown,  James,  &  Co.,  cabinetmakers,  upholsterers, 
Venetian  blind  makers,  33  South  Portland  street. 


Brown,   James,  council  officer,   City  Chambers,   49 

Ingram  street ;  house,  93  Pitt  street. 
Brown,  Jas.,  furnishing  ironmonger,  85  Bothwell  st. 
Brown,  Jas.,  tobacconist,  76  Cathcart  rd.,  Govanhill. 
Brown,  Jas.,  tea  mercht.  and  grocer,  144  Stobcross 

St.;   ho.  3  Arthur  st.,  Overnewton. 
Brown,  James,  leather  merchant,  15  Derby  st. 
Brown,  James  F.  (of  John  Brown  &  Son,  15  Drury  st.), 

house,  1  Annfield  place. 
Browne,   James  P.,   watchmaker  and  jeweller,  317 

Argyle  street;  house,  13  Eglinton  street. 
Brown,  Jas.,  &  Son,  mercantile  stationers,  nautical 

booksellers    and   publishers,   printers,   and  litho- 
graphers, 13  Drury  st.;  ho.  42  Hill  st.,  Garnethill. 
Brown,  James,  lathsplitter,   33  Melville  street,  s.s.; 

house,  21  Preston  street,  Cathcart  road. 
Brown,    James,    spirit   merchant,    114,    116    Main 

street,  Bridgeton ;  house,  84  Great  Hamilton  st. 
Brown,  James  (of  James  Brown  &  Son),  house,  42 

Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
Brown,  James  P.,  pawnbroker,  50  Nicholson  street ; 

house,  13  Eglinton  street. 
Brown,  James,  accountant  and  electoral  agent,  58 

West  Regent  street ;  ho.  94  Bellgrove  street. 
Brown,   James,  manufacturer's  agent,  125  Ingram 

street;  ho.  Mary  st.,  Port-Glasgow. 
Brown,  James,  slater,  125   Barrack  street;    house, 

4  St.  Ann's  place,  Duke  street. 
Brown,  James,  manager  (Cowan  &  Co.,  10  North 

Queen  street),  house,  Holyrood  place,  Helensburgh. 
Brown,  James  L.,  and   Co.,  wholesale  and   export 

ironmongers,    ship  and    colliery  furnishers,  iron, 

steel,  and  general  hardware  merchants,  69  Morri- 
son street ;    res.    Ashby  Villa,   Partickhill,   and 

Hollybank,  Stewarton. 
Brown  J.  M.,  boot  manufacturer,  330  Gallowgate ; 

house,  15  Derby  street,  Sandyford. 
Brown,  J.  W.,  100  Buccleuch  street. 
Brown,  John  B.  (at  Brown,  jun.,  Davies,  &  Tait) ; 

house,  2  Hill  St.,  Gilspocbhill,  Maryhill. 
Brown,   John   (of    Robert    Brown   &   Son),   house, 

Norwell,  Paisley. 
Brown,  John,  32  Granville  street. 
Brown,  John,  draper  and  clothier,  137  Crown  street. 
Brown,  John,  lithographic  writer,  artist,  and  writing 

engraver,  die  and  block  engraver  (new  process), 

11  Miller  street;  res.  Govandale  Cottage,  Govan. 
Brown,  John,  draper,  shirtmaker,  clothier,  and  hatter, 

31,  33  Crown  street. 
Brown,  John,  registrar  of  births,  &c,  for  Tradeston 

district,  92   Gloucester  street ;  house,  1  Jane  pi., 

Darnley  street,  Pollokshields. 
Brown,  John,  surveyor  of  taxes  and  lands  valuation 

assessor,  inland  revenue  office,  13  Queen  street ; 

house,  8  Glenavon  terrace,  Crow  road,  Partick. 
Brown,  John,  shoemaker,  92  Whitevale  street. 
Brown,  John  (of  Brown  &  Poison,  starch  manufac- 
turers, Paisley),  house,  5  Fitzroy  place,  Sandyford. 
Brown,  John,  (of  Houston  &  Brown),  house,  27  So. 

Apsley  place. 
Brown,  John,  grocer,  81  New  Dalmarnock  road  ;  ho. 

246  London  road. 
Brown,  John,  cooper,   91   Back  wynd;    house,    92 

Hospital  street. 
Brown,  John  (of  Brown  &  Young),  63  Candleriggs ; 

house,  148  Slatefield  street. 
Brown,  John,  jun.,  printer,  132  Trongate;  house,  136 

Gallowgate. 
Brown,  John,  designer,  48  Allison  st.,  Govanhill. 


BROWN.. 


-GENERAL   DIRECTORY.- 


-BROWN. 


123 


Brown,   John,    sheriff-officer   and    auctioneer,    350 

Govan  road,  Govan. 
Brown,  John,  barber,  363  Garscube  road ;  ho.  32 

Maitland  street. 
Brown,  John,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  65  Great 

Western  road,  Hillhead. 
BrowD,  John,  hotel  keeper,  Manse  road,  Dunoon. 
Brown,  John  A.,quarrier,  32  Annette  St.,  Govanhill. 
Browne,  John,  hosier,  glover,  and  draper,  56,  58,  60 

Hamilton  pi.,  and  12  Buckingham  buildings,  Great 

Western  road  ;  ho.  16  Prince  of  Wales  ter. 
Brown,  J.  T.  Toshach,  writer,   58  W.   Regent  St.  ; 

res.  Woodleigh,  Cambuslang. 
Brown,  John,  7  Queen's  terrace. 
Brown,  John,  jun.,  15  Woodside  place. 
Brown,  John,  &  Co.,  sole  lessees  and  manufacturers 

of  Sir  William  Maxwell,  Bart.'s,  Calderwood  Ro- 
man cement ;  works,  17  Melville  street,  Tradeston  ; 

office,  2  Oswald  street. 
Brown,  Jn.,  &  Son,  power  loom  muslin  manufacturers, 

Barrowfield   Weaving   Factory,  B ridge t on  ;  office, 

15  Drury  street. 
Brown,  John,  perfumer  and  hairdresser,  8  Glassford 

street ;  house,  1  North  Ure  place. 
Brown,  John,  hosier  and  shirtmaker,  8  Candleriggs ; 

house,  73  Abbotsford  place. 
Brown,  John  (of  M'Eachran,  Loudon,  &  Co.),  house, 

7  Bellahouston  terrace. 
Brown,  John,  joiner,  51  Sword  street;    house,  314 

Duke  street. 
Brown,  John,  cowfeeder  and  contractor,   18   Queen 

Mary  street;  house,  174  London  road. 
Brown,  John,  designer,  49  Oxford  street. 
Brown,  John,  shell-fish  agent,  28  Brown  street;  ho. 

25  East  Clyde  street. 
Brown,  John  Howie  (of  J.  &  T.  Brown  &  Co.),  ho. 

2  Shaftesbury  terrace. 
Brown,  John,  insurance  agent,  209  St.  Vincent  street; 

house,  Summerfield  place,  Whiteinch. 
Brown,  John,  janitor,   Royal  Infirmary. 
Brown,    John,    agent   for   Lewis    Berger    &    Sons, 

white   lead,  colour,  and   varnish    manufacturers, 

Sheffield  &   Homerton,  London,    E. ;    house,  14 

Rosslyn  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Brown,  John,  draper,   211  Duke  street. 
Brown,    John,    chimney  sweeper    and   slater,    335 

Mathieson  street. 
Brown,  John  (of   Lyall,  Macdonald,  Macmillan,  & 

Co.),  house,  Dowanhill  gardens. 
Brown,  John,  spirit  dealer,  26  Main  street,  Calton  ; 

house,  7  Fountain  street. 
Brown,  John,    turner  and  fret   cutter,  4   Garscube 

lane  ;  house,  10  Linden  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Brown,  John,   superintendent,  Glasgow  Asylum  for 

the  Blind,  102,  108  Castle  street ;  ho.  125  North 

John  street. 
Brown,   John  C.   (of   George    Brown  &  Co.),  resi- 
dence, 13   Park  Circus  place,   Park  street,  east, 

and  Georgeville,  Irvine. 
Brown,  John,  &  Co.  (Limited),  Sheffield,  iron  and 

steel  manufacturers,  21  Hope  stteet. 
Brown,  John,  &  Co.,  manufacturing  licenses  for  the 

patent  Selenitic  cement,  2  Oswald  street. 
Brown,  Joseph  (of  Browns  &  Co.),  house,  Inverallan, 

Pollokshields. 
Brown,  Joseph,  bird  dealer,  35  Nelson  street,  City ; 

house,  4  Antigua  place. 
Brown,  Rev.  Joseph,  D.D.,  U.P.  Church,  Kent  road ; 

house,  3  Clifton  place. 


Brown,  Joseph,  hatter,  76  Rutherglen  road. 

Brown,  Joshua,  wright  and  packing-case  maker,  11 

Grafton  street ;  ho.  128  Stirling  road. 
Brown,    Lachlan,    plumber    and    gasfitter,    41    St. 

James'  street,  Kingston ;  branch,  11  Titwood  place, 

Strathbungo;   house,  24  do. 
Brown  &  Lowdem*  auctioneers  and  valuators,  14 

Gordon  street. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 
Brown  &   M'Kenzie,  turners  and   blockmakers,  35 

St.  James'  street,  Kingston. 
Brown   &  M'Laren,    paper  stainers,    warehouse,  98 

Stirling  road ;  works,  Catherine  lane. 
Brown  &  M'Neill,  cabinetmakers,  upholsterers,  and 

Venetian  blind  makers,  39  Surrey  st. 
Brown  Marshall  &  Co.  (Limited),  Britannia  Railway 

Carriage  Works,  Birmingham ;  manufacturers  of 

every  description  of  railway  carriages,  and  wagons, 

and  tram  cars;. sole  agent  for  Scotland,  Wm.  Lester, 

Coal  Exchange,  58  Renfield  street. 
Brown,  Matthew  B.,  manufacturing  chemist,  Carntyne 

Chemical    Works,    Parkhead ;     house,    Eastbauk 

cottage,  Tollcross. 
Brown,  Matthew,   cartwright,   16    Kennedy   street ; 

house,  14  do. 
Brown,  Matthew,  merchant,  87  South  Portland  st. 
Brown,  Matthew  (of  Richardson,  Findlay,  &   Co.), 

house,  Thornton,  Partick  hill. 
Brown  &  Miller,  wholesale  hardware  merchants  and 

jewellers,   dealers    in    cutlery,    combs,    spectacles, 

watches,  &c,  16  Hutcheson  street. 
Brown  &  Millmaker,  wrights,  45  Napiershall  st. 
Brown,  Neil,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,    111  Duke 

street,  and  Greenock  and  Port  Glasgow  ;  residence, 

Dunclutha  house,  Esplanade,  Greenock. 
Brown,  Neil,  baker,  317  Garscube  road  ;    house,   20 

Wflton  street,  off  New  City  road. 
Brown,  Nicol  P.  (of  John  Brown  &  Son),  house,  33 

Hamilton  drive. 
Brown,  Nicol  (of  Napier  &  Brown),  house,  2  Rosslyn 

place,  Pollokshields. 
Brown  Nicol,  heraldic  stationer,  lithographer,   and 

printer,  73  St.  Vincent  st.  and  9  Buchanan  street; 

house,  13  Hamparn  terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Brown  &  Pettigrew,  potato  merchants,  12  Renfrew  lane 
Brown,  Peter  (at  John  Miller  &  Son's),  ho.,  Lusset 

terrace,  Old  Kilpatrick. 
Brown,  Peter,  &   Co.,  rope  spinners,  21  Nuneaton 

street. 
Brown,  Peter,  court-house  keeper,  1  East  Clyde  st. 
Brown,  Peter  S.,  provision  merchant,  42  Cook  street  ; 

house,  40  do. 
Brown,  Peter,  56  Kelvingrove  street. 
Brown,  Peter,  flesher,  380  Govan  street. 
Brown  &  Poison,  corn  flour  and  starch  manufacturers, 

Royal  Starch  Works,  Paisley. 
Brown,  P.  M'T.,  merchant,  91  Buchanan  street;  ho. 

7  Lynedoch  place. 
Brown  &  Rennie,  coalmasters   and  coke   manufac- 

facturers,  26  East  Canal  basin,  Port  Dundas,  and 

Kilsyth. 
Brown,  Richard,  writer  (of  Brown  &  Ferguson),  res. 

Milverton,  Lenzie. 
Browne,  Robert,  &  Co.,  outfitters,  148  Broomielaw ; 

house,  6  M 'Alpine  street. 
Brown,  Robert  (of  Robert  Brown  &  Co.,  84_Hill  St., 

east),  house,  5  Whitehill  gardens,  Dennistoun. 
Browne,  Robert  Bennett  (of  Browne,  Easton,  &  Co.), 

residence,  Bendarroch,  Garelochhead. 
Brown,  Robert,  clothier,  37^-  Bedford  street. 


124 


BROWN. GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BROWN. 


Brown,  Robert,  &  Co.,  paint  manufacturers,  oil,  and 

colourmen,  84  Hill  street,  east. 
Brown,  Robert  (of  Robert   Brown  &   Son),  house, 

Underwood  park,  Paisley. 
Brown,  Robert,  baker,  206  Cumberland  street;  ho. 

237  do. 
Brown,  Robert,  head  master,  Stanley  Academy ;  ho. 

I  Great  George  street,  Billhead. 

Brown,  Robert,  fruiterer  and  confectioner,  30  Steven- 
son street. 

Brown,  Robert,  sculptor,  monumental,  &c,  434  and 
486  South  Wellington  st. ;  ho.  172  Caledonia  road. 

Brown,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  129  West- 
muir  street ;  house,  117  do. 

Brown,  Robert,  grocer,  107  Blackburn  st.;  ho.  109  do. 

Brown,  Robert,  20  Kelvinhaugh  street. 

Brown,  Robt.,  M.D.,  medical  practitioner,  Belhaven 
house,  Shields  road,  Pollokshields. 

Brown,  Robert,  new  and  improved  brass  label  maker, 

II  Miller  st;  works,  Neilston  st.,  Paisley. 
Brown,  Robert,  letterpress  printer  and  lithographer, 

128  Renfield  street;  house,  101  Grove  street. 

Brown,  Robert  I.,  stationer  (of  James  Brown  &  Son), 
13  Drury  street ;  house,  93  South  Portland  street. 

Browne,  Robert  John,  general  manager  to  Glasgow, 
Bothwell,  Hamilton,  and  Coatbridge  Railway  Co., 
45  Montrose  st. ;  house,  5  Livingston  ter.,  Paisley 
road,  W. 

Brown,  Robert,  &  Son,  depot,  Crown  Plumbago 
Crucible  Works,  Port-Eglinton ;  office,  16  St. 
Enoch  square. 

Brown,  Robert  (at  Maclay,  Murray,  &  Spens'),  house, 
61  Roslea  drive. 

Brown,  Robert,  &  Son,  depot,  Ferguslie  Fireclay  works 
and  Shortroods  Drain  Pipe  Works,  Port-Eglinton ; 
office,  16  St.  Enoch  square. 

Brown,  Robert,  &  Son,  depot,  the  Paisley  Sanitary 
Earthenware  Works,  Port-Eglinton;  office,  16  St. 
Enoch  square. 

Brown,  Robt.,  baker,  7  Oswald  place,  Whiteinch. 

Brown,  Robert,  aerated  water  manufacturer,  20  Kel- 
vinhaugh street. 

Brown,  Robert  Langton,  writer,  92  St.  Vincent  st. ; 
house,  24  West  Cumberland  street. 

Brown,  Robert,  letter  carrier  ;  house,  125  Rose  st,  s.s. 

Brown,  Robert,  &  Co.,  commission  merchants  and 
agents  for  Ind,  Coope,  &  Co.,  brewers,  Burton-on- 
Trent ;  Colville,  Greenlees,  &  Co.,  Argyle  distillery, 
Campbeltown  ;  James  Muir  &  Son,  brewers,  Edin- 
burgh ;  P.  &  E.  Sweetman,  brewers,  Dublin  ;  Louis 
O'Lanyer,  Bordeaux;  and  Riviere,  Gardrat,  &  Co., 
Cognac;  41,  43,  45  Washington  street;  residence, 
Woodcroft,  Partick. 

Brown,  Robert  (at  J.  &  R.  Pritchard  &  Co.'s),  ho. 
20  Minerva  street. 

Brown,  Robert,  classical  master,  Glasgow  Academy; 
house,  110  Garthland  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Brown,  Robert,  clothier,  &c,  258  Paisley  road. 

Brown,  Robert,  licensed  grocer,  51  Grove  street. 

Brown,  Robert,  wine  merchant  and  agent  for  Edin- 
burgh &  Leith  Brewing  Co.,  212  Canongate, 
Edinburgh  ;  and  Henry  Thomson  &  Co.'s  Irish 
whisky,  Newry,  Ireland ;  17  Hope  street ;  house, 
Edina  House,  Uddingston. 

Brown,  Robert  (of  Kenny  &  Brown),  house,  1  Athole 
terrace,  Victoria  road. 

Brown,  Robert  (of  Robt.  Brown  &  Co.,  41,  43,  45 
Washington  st.),  res.  Woodcroft,  Partick. 

Brown,  Robert,  dairyman,  126  Parliamentary  road. 


Brown,  Robert,  bedding  and  carpet  warehouse,  350 

Argyle  street;  house,  356  do. 
Brown  &  Son,  boot  and  shoe  merchants,  313  Argyle  st. 
Brown,  Stewart,  &  Co.,  paper   makers,  Dalmarnock 

Paper  Mills,  Springfield  road,  Bridgeton. 
Brown,  Thos.  G.  (at  Wm.  Brown,  Sons,  &  Co.'s),  ho. 

Springfield  cottage,  Blantyre. 
Brown,  Thomas,  wine   and   spirit  merchant,  9,  11 

Cathedral  street ;  house,  7  do. 
Brown,  Thos.  (at  Robert  M'Connell  &  Co.'s),  house, 

208  North  Woodside  road. 
Brown,  Thos.  J.  (at  Hugh  Brown  &  Son's),  house, 

13  Berlin  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Brown,  T.  (of  Brown  &  M'Kenzie),  house,  18  Caven- 
dish street. 
Brown,  jr.,  Davies,  &  Tait,  public  accountants, 

auditors,  and  house  factors,  agents  for  the  Scottish 

Widows'  Fund,  Liverpool,  London,  and  Globe,  and 

Plate  Glass  Insurance  Co.,  managers  of  Clydesdale 

Building  Society,  65  West  Regent  street. 
Brown,   Thomas  M.  (late  of   New  York),  dentist, 

L.D.S.,  U.S.A.,  281  St.  George's  road. 
Brown,  Thomas,  surveyor  (Buildings),  G.C.W.W.,  23 

Miller  street 
Brown,  Thomas  (at  Stewart  &  M'Donald's),  house, 

17  Billhead  place,  Hillhead. 
Brown,  Thomas,  cork  manufacturer,  2  Anderson  st, 

Gallowgate;  house,  20  Hill  street,  east. 
Brown,  Thomas,  wright  and  builder,  193  Rottenrow; 

house,  7  Hopetoun  place. 
Brown,   Thomas  W.,  merchant,  77   and  79  James 

Watt  street;  house,  33  Hamilton  drive. 
Brown,  Thomas,  jun.  (of  J.  &   T.  Brown  &  Co.), 

house,  12  Royal  terrace,  Queen's  park. 
Brown,  Thomas,  hatter,  127  Slatefield  street. 
Brown,  Thomas,  boxmaker,  88  High  John  street. 
Brown,   Thomas,    &  Son,   wholesale   stationers,    30 

Glassford  street;  house,  510  Gallowgate. 
Brown,  Thomas,  merchant,  118  Queen  street;  resid. 

Brisbane  house,  Bellahouston  hill. 
Brown,  Thomas,  umbrella  maker,  484  Argyle  street; 

house,  4  Elliot  street. 
Brown,  Thomas  T.  (at  Jas.  Wilson  &  Son's),  ho.  116 

South  Portland  street. 
Brown,  Thomas,  butcher,  368  Duke  street;    house, 

133  Findlay  drive. 
Brown,  Thomas,  tailor  and  clothier,  30  Grove  st 
Brown,  Thos.  Stark,  writer  (at  Mackenzie,  Gardner, 

&  Alexander's),  house,  120  Holland  street. 
Brown,  T.  C,  musician,  3  Brown  St.,  Bridgeton. 
Brown,  T.  R.,  accountant  and  sharebroker,   69  St. 

George's  place. 
Brown  &  Torrance,  grocers  and  wine  merchants,  85 

Cumberland  street  and  52  Apsley  place,  s.s. 
Brown,  Walter,  73  Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Brown,  Walter,  bootmaker,  49,  51  Trongate  ;  house, 

108  Ark  lane,  Dennistoun. 
Brown,  Walter  (of  W.  &  D.  Brown),  ho.  410  Mathie- 

son  street. 
Browne  &  Watson,  ship  and  insurance  brokers,  16 

Bothwell  street. 
Brown,  William  A.  (of  Brown,  Downes,  &  Co.), house, 

135  Wellington  street. 
Brown,    William    Alexander,    advocate,    procurator 

fiscal  of   Lanarkshire,    County  buildings ;   house, 

9  Rosslyn  terrace,  W. 
Brown,  William,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  193 

Dalmarnock  road  and   184  London  road ;  house, 

3  Ruby  street 


BROWN. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BROWNLEE. 


125 


Brown,  William   (of   Brown   &  Pettigrew),    house, 

125  Hospital  street. 
Brown,  William  (of  Wm.  &  Alfred  Brown  &  Co.), 

house,  4  Montgomerie  crescent,  Kelvinside. 
Brown,  William  &  Alfred,  &  Co.,  merchants,  113  West 
Eegent  street. 

Brown,  William,  clerk  of  works,  Wellpark  Brewery ; 
residence,  Fern  villa,  Westercraigs. 

Brown,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  81  Reid 
street ;  house,  9  Suffolk  street. 

Brown,  William,  197  Upper  Crown  street. 

Brown,  William,  tobacconist,  113  West  Nile  street ; 
house,  116  North  Frederick  street. 

Brown,  William,  Glasgow  and  S.  W.  Railway,  St. 
Enoch  square;  ho.  4  Keir  terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Brown,  William,  draper  and  hosier,  501  Gallowgate  ; 
house,  454  Duke  street. 

Brown,  William  (of  Brown  &  M'Neill),  house,  15 
S.  Apsley  place. 

Brown,  William  S.  (at  And.  &  James  Stewart's), 
house,  Briarbank,  Shawlands. 

Brown,  Wm.  S.,  butcher,  193  Parliamentary  road; 
house,  56  Great  Hamilton  street. 

Brown,  W.  F.,  designer,  18  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 

Brown,  William  K.,  20  Hopetoun  place. 

Brown,  William,  colour  merchant,  107  Sandjfaulds 
street ;  house,  100  do. 

Brown,  William,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  740 
Gallowgate. 

Brown,  William,  property  agent,  55  Glassford  street; 
house,  6  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 

Brown,  William  (of  Macdougall  and  Brown),  house, 
2  Rosslyn  place,  Pollokshields. 

Brown,  Wm.,  104  Renfrew  st.;  ho.  32  Granville  st. 

Brown,  William,  marine  superintendent  (at  P.  Hen- 
derson &  Co.'s),  res.  Woodside,  Langbank. 

Brown,  William,  draper.  135  Hospital  street. 

Brown,  William,  church  officer,  Free  St.  Stephen's 
Church  ;  house,  7  Steven  street. 

Brown,  William  (at  Adam,  Pearson,  &  Co.'s),  house, 
5  Burnbank  place,  Great  Western  road. 

Brown,  William,  3  Athole  terrace,  Victoria  road. 

Brown,  William,  art  ironfounder  and  smith,  119 
Bothwell  street  and  Budhill  Iron  Works,  Shettles- 
ton  ;  house,  82  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Brown,  William,  flesher,  54  and  56  Butherglen  road; 
house,  56  Great  Hamilton  street. 

Brown,  William,  hatter,  48  Shamrock  street. 

Brown,  William,  spirit  merchant,  166  Main  st.  and 
88  John  st.,  Bridgeton  ;  house,  82  do. 

Brown,  William,  family  grocer,  313  Sauchiehall  st.  ; 
house,  104  West  Graham  street. 

Brown,  William,  corn  and  commission  agent,  2  Os- 
wald street;  house,  100  Watt  street,  s.s. 

Brown,  William,  tailor  and  clothier,  160  M'Lean  st. 

Brown,  William,  church  officer,  Bellgrove  U.P. 
Church  ;  house,  13  Reidvale  street. 

Brown,  Wm.,  factor,  60  Lyon  street ;  house,  58  do. 

Brown,  Wm.,  Sons,  &  Co.,  oil  crushers,  merchants, 
and  refiners,  paint,  colour,  and  varnish  manufac- 
turers, 22  St.  Enoch  square;  branch  retail  ware- 
house, 28  Stockwell  street;  works,  112  West 
Scotland  street,  Kinning  park. 

Brown,  Wm.,  jun.,  &  Co.,  silk  and  woollen  yarn 
merchants  and  agents,  85  Queen  street;  house, 
Egypt  park,  Paisley. 

Brown,  William  (of  Brown,  Downes,  &  Co.),  house, 
30  Corunna  street. 

Brown,  W.  &  D.,  cartwrights,  101  Commerce  street. 


Brown,  William,  C.A  (of  Moore  &   Brown),  house, 

13  Westbourne  gardens,  Great  Western  road. 
Brown,  W.  &  D.,  grocers  and  provision  merchants,  1 

Green  street,  Calton ;  house,  209  Duke  street. 
Brown,  William  L,  writer  (of  R.  &  J.  M.  Hill), 

house,  Haghill,  Parkhead. 
Brown,  Wm.,  flesher,  52  Gt.  Hamilton  st.;  ho.  56  do. 
Brown,  William  (of  Baird  &  Brown),  house,  Wilton 

Bank,  North  Woodside. 
Brown,  Wra-i  59  Garscube  road. 
Brown,  William,  33  Berkeley  terrace. 
Brown,  William,  cook,  confectioner,  fruiterer,  &c,  4, 

8  Bridge  street ;  house,  Waterside,  Langbank. 
Brown  &  Wingate,  yarn  agents,  12  Garthland  street. 
Brown  &  Young,  plumbers  and  gasfitters,  7  Bath  st. 

and  249  Dumbarton  road. 
Brown  &  Young,  general  printers,  63  Candleriggs. 
Brown,  Mrs.  Agnes,  12  Merkland  ter.,  Hillhead. 
Brown,  Mrs.  A.,  ironmonger  and  Highland  bag-pipe 

maker,  134  Bridgegate;  house,  7  Park  pi. 
Browne,  Mrs.  C,  3  Newton  street. 
Browne,  Mrs.  D.,  1  St.  James'  place. 
Brown,  Mrs.  James,  agent,  221  Gallowgate. 
Brown,  Mrs.  John,  1  Annfield  place,  Dennistoun. 
Brown,  Mrs.  John,  15  Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Brown,  Mrs.  Thos.,  20  Hill  place,  Stirling  road. 
Brown,  Mrs.,  24  Moray  place,  Regent  park. 
Brown,  Mrs.,  314  St.  George's  road. 
Brown,  Mrs.,  sewing  and  knitting  machine  merchant 

and  agent  for  Grover  &  Baker,  and  Willcox  and 

Gibb's  S.  M.  Cos.,  also  Raymond's  improved  sewing 

machines,  knitting,  fluting,  and  hand  machines; 

depot  for  Paris  paper  dress  patterns,  211  Sauchie- 
hall street. 
Brown,  Mrs.,  stationer,  12  Greenhill  street. 
Brown,  Mrs.,  hosier,  228  Cumberland  street ;  house, 

285  Crown  street. 
Brown,  Miss  J.,  baby  linen,  children's  outfitting,  and 

fancy  goods  emporium,  17  and  18  Argyle  arcade; 

house,  16  Allanton  ter.,  Govanhill. 
Brown,  Miss  M.,  greengrocer,  54  South  Portland  st. ; 

house,  34  do. 
Brown,  Miss  Ann, dressmaker,  6  Killermont  street. 
Brown,  Miss,  19  Woodlands  terrace. 
Brown,  Miss,  2  Kelvinbank  terrace,  Kelvinside. 
Brown,  Miss,  dressmaker,  46  Rose  St.,  Garnethill. 
Brown,  Misses,  5  Gallowfield  ter.,  Rutherglen. 
Browns,  Malloch,  &  Co.,  cotton  spinners,  Johnstone. 
Brownfiet.d  Church  (Established)  72  Brown  st. ; 

Rev.  Alex.  Crawford,  minister. 
Brownfield  School,  66  Brown  street. 
BROWNHILL,  Peter,  spirit  merchant,  36  Forth  st.; 

house,  34  do. 
BROWNING,  William,  insurance  agent  (at  Henry 

Cleland's),  217  Buchanan  street. 
Browning,  Madame   Theresa    Dessurne,    teacher  of 

music  and  photographic  colourist,  119  Shields  rd. 
Browni/ee  Colliery  Office,  68  Great  Clyde  street. 
BROWNLIE,  Alex.,  cabinetmaker  and  upholsterer, 

145  Dumbarton  road  ;  house,  141  do. 
Brownlee,  Alex.,  &  Co.,  brassfounders  and  ship-fur- 
nishing ironmongers,  33,  34  Anderston  quay,  and 

110  Warroch  street. 
Brownlee,  Alex.,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  349 

Govan  street;  house,  78  Mathieson  street. 
Brownlee,  Alex,  (at  James  Templeton  &  Co.'s),  ho. 

338  Duke  street. 
Brownlee,  Alex,  (of  Alex.  Brownlee  &  Co.),  house, 

5  Walworth  terrace,  Kent  road. 


126 


BROWNLIE. GENERAL   DIRECTORY.- 


-BRUCE. 


Brownlie,  Archibald,  writer  (of  Brownlie,  Watson,  & 

Beckett),  liouse,  Barrhead,  and  Chapeltown,  near 

Stewarton. 
Brownlie,    Archibald,    &    Sons,    timber   merchants, 

Victoria  Saw  Mills,  James'  street,  Port  Dundas. 
Brownlee  &  Co.,  timber  merchants,  City  Saw  Mills, 

Port-Dundas,  and  at  Kilmarnock  &  Grangemouth. 
Brownlie,  Duncan,  draper   and   hosier,   135  Parlia- 
mentary road  and  402  Cumberland  St.,  s.s.  ;  ho. 

320  Duke  street. 
Brownlie,  James,  timber  merchant  (of  Arch.  Brownlie 

&  Sons),  house,  37  Garnethill  street. 
Brownlee,  James,  timber   merchant,  City  Saw  Mills, 

Port  Dundas;  house,  23  Burnbank  gardens. 
Brownlie,  James,  machineiy  merchant   and   agent, 

101  West  Nile  street. 
Brownlie,  James  Rankin,  L.D.S.,  B.C.S.E.,   dental 

surgeon,  10  Brandon  place,  220  West  George  St. 
Brownlie,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  174 

Parliamentary  road  ;  house,  26  Hopetoun  place. 
Brownlie,  James,  measurer,  131  West  Regent  street ; 

house,  Eoyal  buildings,  Uddingston. 
Brownlie,  James,   commission   agent,    10    Hanover 

street;  house,  21  Rutland  crescent. 
Brownlie,  James  Reid,  assistant  registrar  for  Govan, 

2   Osborne  place,  Govan;  ho.  11  Hopetoun  place, 

Glasgow. 
Brownlie,  James,  ham  curer  and  provision  merchant, 

6  Govan  street ;  ho.  376  Crown  street. 
Brownlie,  John,  fresher,  44  Norfolk  st. ;  ho.  38  do. 
Brownlie,   John,  writer  (at  H.  &  R.  Lamond's),  ho. 

26  Hopetoun  place. 
Brownlie,  John,  agent,  5  St.  Vincent  place. 
Brownlie,    John  (of   Brownlie   &  Nish),    house,    2 

Oakley  terrace. 
Brownlie,  John,  manager  (at  J.  H.  Young  &  Co.'s), 

liouse,  2  Clydeview  terrace. 
Brownlie,  Rev.  John,  West  Parish,  Rutherglen ;  ho. 

West  manse. 
Brownlie,  John  R.,  agent,  49  Virginia  street. 
Brownlie,  John  W.  (of  Brownlie  &  Murraj),  house,  1 

Carlton  terrace,  North  Woodcide. 
Brownlie,  Matthew,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  289 

Argyle  street ;  house,  18  Cadogan  street. 
Brownlie  &  Murray,  manufacturers  of  iron  fences, 

railings,  roofs,   bridges,  &c,   Possil   Iron   Works, 

Possil  road. 
Brownlie  &  Nish,  bakers,  50  Duncan  street,  Calton, 

and  522  Gallowgate. 
Brownlie,    Peter,    manager,    Patent   Metallic    Cask 

Works,  Wigton  street ;  house,  20  Jardine  street, 

Kelvinside. 
Brownlie,  Robert,  shoemaker,  14  Bath  street. 
Brownlee,  Robert  (of  Brownlie  &  Co.),    City   Saw 

Mills,  Port  Dundas ;  house,  24  Burnbank  terrace. 
Brownlie,      Robert,      seedsman     and     florist,     83 

Gallowgate;  house,  66  Edmund  street. 
Brownlie,  Thomas  (of  Heathery  Knowe   Coal  Co.), 

house,  1  Beauly  ter.,  Montgomerie  st.,  Kelvinside. 
Brownlie,  Thomas,  jun.,  builder  and   quarrymaster, 

29  Cathcart  street,  Kinning  park  ;  house,  Braid- 
wood  house,  Pollokshields. 
Brownlie,  Thomas,  jun.,    wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

177  Argyle  street ;  house,  70  Robertson  street. 
Brownlie,   Watson,    &   Beckett,   writers,   225   West 

George   street,  Glasgow,  and  Bank  of  Scotland, 

Barrhead. 
Brownlee,  W.,  &  Co.,  contractors  and  general  carters, 

18  Mains  street  4  house,  39  Cadogan  street. 


Brownlie,    William,    lithographer     and     show    card 

manufacturer,  79  Bishop  street,  Anderston  ;  house, 

7  Radnor  street. 
Brownlie,  William,  mechanical  and  commission  agent, 

and  mill  furnisher,  20  Dixon  street ;  house,  8  Ross- 

lyn  terrace,  Stratlibungo. 
Brownlie,  W.  R.,  11  Hopetoun  place. 
Brownlie,  Rev.  W.,  M.A.,  minister  of  Kelvinhaugh  ; 

house,  49  St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Brownlie,  William,   commission   agent,   249    Argyle 

street;  house,  72  Houston  street. 
Brownlie,  Mrs.,  1  Carlton  ter.,  North  Woodside. 
Brownlie,  Mrs.  A.,  grocer,  186  W.  Nile  st.;  ho.  184  do. 
Brownlie,  Mrs.,  dress  and  mantle  maker,  158  Barrack 

street;  house,  15  Ladywell  street. 
BROWNRIDGE,  Robert,  wright,  89  Renfrew  street ; 

house,  7  Ashfield  place,  Hillhead. 
Brownridge  &  Gilmour,  wrights,  89  Renfrew  st. 
Broxburn  Oil  Company  (Limited),  manufacturers 

of  crude,  burning,  and    lubricating    oils,    paraffin 

scale,  sulphate  of  ammonia,  &c;  works,  Broxburn, 

Linlithgowshire;  registered  office,  30  George  sq.; 

Wm.    Kennedy,    managing    director;     John    N. 

King,  secretary. 
BRUCE,  Alex,   (at  James  Calder  &  Co.'s),  house, 

37  Victoria  road. 
Bruce,  Alex.,  mason  and  builder,  16  Steven  street. 
Bruce,    Arcbd.    (of  Phillips   &   Bruce),    house,   48 

Albert  street. 
Bruce,  Rev.  Alexander  Balmain,  D.D.,  professor  of 

theology,  Free  Church  College  ;  house,  32  Hamilton 

Park  terrace. 
Bruce,  Bros.,  &  Co.,  drysalters,  oil  refiners,  and    oil 

merchants,  62  Robertson  street ;  works,  Govan  Oil 

Works,  Govan. 
Bruce,  C.  F.,  coal  merchant,  351  Duke  street ;  depot, 

N.B.  Piailway  Station,  East  Nelson  street;  house, 

3  Whitehill  street. 
Bruce,    Charles    Frederick,    registered    chemist   and 

druggist,  351  Duke  street ;  house,  3  Whitehill  st. 
Bruce  &  Co.,  paper  makers,  Woodside  Mills,  South 

Woodside  road. 
Bruce  &  Co.,  engineers,  brassfounders,  and  tinmen, 

59  Charlotte  lane  ;  house,  42  Gallowgate. 
Bruce,  George  Cadell,  civil  engineer  and  land  valuator, 

Crown  Court,  33  Virginia  street,  and  21  Castle 

Street,  Edinburgh. 
Bruce,    Henry,   commission   merchant,    77    Eenfield 

street ;  ho.  80  Buccleuch  st.and  Oakfield,  Doune. 
Bruce,  James,  stationer,  lithographer,  printer,  and 

account     book     maker;     agent     for    Skidmore's 

fire  and    thief  proof  safes,  36  West  Nile  street.; 

house,  32  Bute  terrace,  Stratlibungo. —  See  Adv. 
Bruce,  James,  furniture  dealer  and  ironmonger,  119, 

121    Stobcross    street;  house,    131    Main  street, 

Anderston. 
Bruce,  James,  accountant,  72  Waterloo  street ;  house, 

3  Otago  street,  Hillhead. 
Bruce,  James  W.  (of  Bruce,   Bros.,   &   Co),  house, 

12  Lorn  place,  Mount  Florida. 
Bruce,  J.  &  S.,  tailors,  7  North  Coburg  street. 
Bruce,  Jarvis,  &  Co.,  soap,  lard,  and  oil  merchants, 

drysalters,  &c,  58  Buchanan  street. 
Bruce,  J.  A.,  paper  maker,  Woodside  Paper  Mills ; 

house,  39  North  Park  terrace,  Hillhead. 
Bruce,  J.  L.,  &  D.  Sturrock,  I.A.,   architects,   103 

West  Regent  street. 
Bruce,  John  I.  (of  Bruce,  Brothers,  &  Co.),  house,  12 

Brighton  place,  Summertown,  Govan. 


BRUCE/ 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BRYMNER. 


127 


Bruce,  John  W.  (of  Brown,  jun.,  Davies,  &  Tait), 
house,  60  Buccleuch  street. 

Bruce,  Robert  (of  Bruce  &  Co.,  papermakers),  house, 
.  39  North  Park  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Bruce,  Robert,  commission  agent,  8  Ingram  street. 

Bruce,  Robert,  contractors  plant  and  machinery  mer- 
chant, 16  St.  Enoch  square,  and  45  Cubie  street, 
Gallowgate. 

Bruce,  Robert,  naturalist,  277  Thistle  street,  s.s. 

Bruce,  R.  Wilson,  surgeon,  27lA  New  City  road; 
house,  60  Buccleuch  street. 

Bruce,  Walter,  superintendent,  Eglinton  street  Goods 
Station;  house,  6  Prince  Edward  st,  Govanhill. 

Bruce  &  Wilson,  flour  and  grain  merchants,  21  Hope  st. 

Brace,  William,  colliery  salesman,  209  New  City  rd. 

Bruce,  W.  (of  Bruce,  Jarvis,  &  Co.),  58  Buchanan  st. 

Bruce,  Mrs.  Wm.,  late  of  Victoria  buildings,  Mount 
Florida,  Newhouse,  East  Kilbride. 

BRUFF,  Isaac,  brush  manufacturer,  5  Gibson  street, 
Calton,  house,  4  do. 

BRUNSDON,  J.  B  ,  &  Co.,  drysalters  and  oil  mer- 
chants, paints,  colours,  and  varnishes,  66  Bath  st. 

Brunsdon,  Richard,  merchant  and  commission  agent, 
66  Bath  street. 

BRUNSWICK,  Gustavus,  &  Co.,  commission  and 
advertising  agents,  5  Brunswick  street. 

Brunswick,  Gustavus  (of  G.  Brunswick  and  Co.), 
residence,  Helensburgh. 

BRUNTON,  Rev.  Ales.,  Albert  Street,  U.P.  Church, 
Parliamentary  road ;  house,  Ardbeg  Villa,  Craig- 
park,  Dennistoun. 

Brunton,  And.,  chemist  and  druggist,  250  Stewart- 
ville  place,  Partick;  house,  252  do. 

Brunton,  G.  H.,  agent,  West  Glenton  Coal  Co.  (Lim.), 
118  West  Regent  street;  house,  Inverkip. 

Brunton,  James,  tailor  and  clothier,  63  Cathcart  st., 
s.s. ;  house,  61  do. 

Brunton,  Thomas,  solicitor,  G.  &  S.  W.  Ry.  Co., 
St.  Enoch  station  ;  resid.,  13  Royal  cres.,  Crosshill. 

BRYAN,  Andrew,  slater,  4  Hospital  street. 

Bryan,  B.  &  J.,  drapers,  5  CampbellSeld  street. 

Bryan,  James,  surgeon-dentist,  501  Springburn  rd. 

Bryan,  Jame3  W.  F.  (at  Butters  Brothers'),  26 
Renfield  street. 

Bryan,  John,  church  officer,  Lansdowne  Church  ; 
house,  416  Great  Western  road. 

BRYCE,  Alex.,  &  Co.,  wine  and  spirit  merchants,  40, 
42  St.  Andrew's  street ;  bonding  stores,  St.  And- 
rew's lane,  Gallowgate. 

Bryce,  Alex.,  gas  inspector,  6  Caledonia  road. 

Bryce,  Andrew  C,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  46 
Adelphi  street ;  house,  138  South  Portland  street. 

Bryce,  Archibald  (at  A.  S.  Bryce's),  house,  49  Roslea 
drive. 

Bryce,  A.  S.,  drysalter,  oil  and  tallow  merchant, 
Glenpark  Oil  Works,  East  Nelson  street ;  house, 
Birkenshaw,  Uddingston. 

Bryce,  Archd.  D  ,  engineer  (J.  Elder  &  Co.'s),   Fair- 
field Engine  Works,  Govan. 
Bryce,  Charles  C.  (of  Bryce  &  Rumpff ),  ho.  35  West- 
bourne  gardens,  Kelvinside. 
Bryce,  Charles  (at  R.  B.  Stewart,  Son,  &  Co.'s),   ho. 

105  St.  Andrew's  road,  Pollokshields. 
Bryce,  David,  &  Son,  booksellers,  stationers,  litho- 
graphers, and  reading-club,  129  Buchanan  street ; 
branch  establishment,  Belmont  corner,  Hillhead ; 
printing-office,  90  Mitchell  street. 
Bryce,  David  (of  D.  Bryce  &  Son),  house,  Berkswell, 
Lenzie. 


Bryce,  George  F.,  family  hatter,  80  Jamaica  street 
house,  71  Abbotsford  place. 

Bryce,  James,  jun.,  wine  merchant,  74  Waterloo  st. ; 
house,  13  Canal  street,  Port  Dundas. 

Bryce,  James,  slater  and  plasterer,  19  Clyde  terrace ; 
house,  14  Apsley  place. 

Bryce,  James,  spirit  merchant,  1  Broomhill  street, 
Port  Dundas;  house,  13  Canal  street. 

Bryce,  James,  grocer,  273  Cumberland  street,  s  s. 

Bryce,  Rev.  James,  minister,  Crown  street  Estab- 
lished Church;  house,  27  Moray  place,  Strath- 
bungo. 

Bryce,  John,  dairyman,  4  Cleveland  st.;  ho.  20  do. 

Bryce,  John  (of  Millar  &,  Co.,  78  Avgyle  street),  ho. 

71  Abbotsford  place. 

Bryce,  John,   &   Son,   plumbers  and  gasfitters,   82 

Oswald  street. 
Bryce,  John  D.,  13  Buckingham  terrace. 
Bryce,  Morrison,  &  Son.,  upholsterers,  cabinetmakers, 

and  carpet  warehousemen,  126  Sauchiehall  street ; 

house,  152  Hill  st,  Garnethill. 
Bryce,  Peter  B.,  tea  merchant,  46  Hutcheson  street; 

house,  Mount  Vernon. 
Bryce  &  Rumpff,  merchants  and  chemical  brokers  ; 

agents  for  Messrs.  Fr.  Bayer  &  Co.,  alizarine  and 

aniline  dye  manufacturers,  141  West  George  street ; 

also  at  22  Booth  street,  Manchester,  and  35  Swaine 

street,  Bradford. 
Bryce,  R.  &  W.,  drapers,  165  New  City  road ;  house, 

72  Crossburn  street. 

Bryce,  William,  &  Co.,  commission  merchants  and 
agents,  40  St.  Enoch  square  and  36  Mark  lane, 
London,  E.C. 

Bryce,  William  (of  William  Bryce  &  Co.),  house,  11 
Woodlands  terrace. 

Bryce,  William,  &  Co.,  seed  merchants,  40  St.  Enoch 
square  ;  stores,  41  York  street. 

Bryce,  Miss,  1  West  Prince's  street. 

BRYDALL,  Robert,  artist,  Government  School  of 
Art  and  Studio,  112  Bath  street ;  house,  46  Buc- 
cleuch street. 

BRYDEN,  Hugh,  stationer  and  bookseller,  39  Findlay 
street;  house,  158  Sauchiehall  street. 

Bryden,  John,  &  Sons,  bell  hangers,  brassfounders, 
gasfitters,  and  locksmiths,  Venetian,  wire-gauze, 
and  holland  window  blind  makers,  24  Renfield 
street,  Glasgow ;  16  Frederick  street,  Edinburgh  ; 
7  Prince's  street,  Perth;  Commercial  st,  Dundee; 
and  28  Wigmore  street,  Cavendish  square,  London. 

Bryden,  Robert  A.,  LA,  architect,  212  St.  Vincent  ; 
house,  15  Dalhousie  street. 

Bryden,  Thomas  G.  (of  John  Frew  &  Co.),  house,  17 
Shamrock  street,  New  City  road. 

Bryden,  Thomas  (at  Thomas  Taylor's,  141  West 
George  street;  house,  39  South  Apsley  place. 

Bryden,  William,  &  Son,  bellhangers,  brassfounders, 
gasfitters,  smiths,  Venetian  and  roller-blind  manu- 
facturers, 17  W.  Regent  street,  Coal  Exchange 
buildings,  Glasgow,  and  55  George  st,  Edinburgh. 

Bryden,  William,  operative  dentist,  18  Bridgeton 
cross. 

Bryden,  Mrs.  James,  39  South  Apsley  place. 

Bryden,  Jane,  stationer,  10  Parliamentary  road. 

BRYDSON,  John,  house  painter  and  general  de 
corator,  26  Main  street,  Bridgeton, 

BRYMNER,  John,  joiner  and  cabinetmaker,  62  and 
64  Reid  street;  house,  60  do. 

Brymner,  Mrs.,  J.  M.,  29  Burnbank  gardens,  Great 
Western  road. 


128 


BRYSON. GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-BUCHANAN. 


BRYSON,  Alex.,  spirit  merchant,  24  St.  Ninian  st.; 

house,  114  Naburn  street. 
Bryson,  Alex.,  writer  (at  Moncrieff,  Paterson,  Forbes, 

&  Barr's),  45  West  George  street. 
Bryson,  Andrew,  dairyman,  118  Rottenrow;  ho.  116  do. 
Bryson,  Arch.,  baker,  163  Garngadroad;  ho.  149  do. 
Bryson,  A.  (of  A  Bryson  &  Co.),  ho.  96  Cambridge  st. 
Bryson,  A.,  &  Co.,  steam  printers,  lithographers,  and 

stationers,  34  Hutcheson  street. 
Bryson,  Hugh,  dairyman,  85  Green  st.;  ho.  83  do. 
Bryson,   James,  superintendent   of  fire  engines,  34 

College  street ;  house,  31  Shuttle  street. 
Bryson,  James,  flesher,  7  St.  James'  street,  Kingston ; 

house,  Corselet,  Rutherglen. 
Bryson,  John,  flesher,  189  Eglinton  street;  house, 

51  Cumberland  street. 
Bryson,  John,  contractor,  32  Warwick  st.;  ho.  36  do. 
Bryson,  John,  oil  and   tallow   merchant,    18  Ren- 
field  lane ;  house,  11  Annette  street,  Govanhill. 
Bryson,  Robert,  ironmonger  and  furniture  dealer,  21, 

22,  24  Miller's  place  arcade  ;  house,  20  do. 
Bryson,  Robt.,  clerk,  Wellpark  Brewery  ;  ho.  1  North 

Ure  place,  Montrose  street. 
Bryson,   William,   wine  and    spirit    merchant,   371 

Crown  st. ;  house,  Victoria  cross,  Govanhill. 
Bryson,  Wm.,  family  grocer,  59  Caledonia  road  and 

114  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill;  ho.  4  Rosslyn  ter. 

Pollokshields. 
Bryson,  Mrs.  Andrew,  grocer,  22  Marlborough  st. 
Bryson,  Agnes  A.,  hosier  and  furnisher,  28  Dundas  st.; 

house,  1  Belmar  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
BUCHAN,  Alex,  (of  Thos.  Buchan  &  Sons),  house, 

100  Great  Western  road. 
Buchan,  Hugh,  brassfounder,  gasfitter,  and  gasalier 

manufacturer,  50,  52  Oswald  street. 
Buchan,  Thomas,  &  Sons,  brassfounders,  gasfitters,  and 

chandelier  manufacturers,  249  Argyle  street. 
Buchan,  Thos.,  jun.  (of  Thos.  Buchan  &  Sons),  house, 

20  Kelvingrove  street. 
Buchan,  W.  M.  (at  Dick  &  Stevenson's),  residence, 

Constonholm,  Pollokshaws. 
Buchan,   William    P.,   sanitary   and  ventilating 

engineer,  plumber,    and    gasfitter,    patentee    and 

manufacturer  of  the  self-acting    induced  current 

and  fixed  ventilators  and   other   ventilating  ap- 
pliances, 21  Renfrew  street ;  house,  83  do. 
Buchan,  W.  R.,  writer  and  commissioner  for  Scotland 

for  the  Supreme  Court  of  Judicature  in  England, 

227  W.  George  street ;  house,  4  Bellgrave  terrace. 
Buchan,  Margaret,  dressmaker,  8  Scotia  street. 
BUCHANAN,   Alexander    (of  John    Buchanan   & 

Bros.),  house,  264  Bath  street. 
Buchanan,  Alexander,  curator,  Mechanics'  Institution, 

38  Bath  street ;  ho.  120  Wellpark  ter.,  Ark  lane. 
Buchanan,  Alex.,  physician  and  surgeon,  85   South 

Portland  street. 
Buchanan,  Alexander,  cupper  and  spine  surgeon,  85 

South  Portland  street. 
Buchanan,  Alexander  (at  A.  S.   Bryce),  house,  83 

Finlay  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Buchanan,  Alexander,  Italian  vice-consul,    116  St. 

Vincent  street. 
Buchanan,  Alex.  M.,  A.M.,  M.D.,  Professor  of  Anatomy, 

Anderson's  College  ;  ho.  201  St.  George's  road. 
Buchanan,   Allan   (of  Buchanan   Brothers),  ho.   17 

Sandyford  place. 
Buchanan,  Andrew,  spirit  merchant,  202  Gallowgate. 
Buchanan,  Andrew  D.  (of  Joshua  Buchanan  &  Sons), 

house,  123  North  John  street. 


Buchanan,  Andrew  (of  John  Buchanan  &  Brothers), 
house,  Springfield,  Kirkintilloch. 

Buchanan,  Dr.  Andrew,  professor  of  the  institutes  of 
medicine,  University  of  Glasgow ;  ho.  186  Bath  st. 

Buchanan,  Andrew,  clothier,  67  West  Nile  street; 
residence,  Rosebank  terrace,  Cambuslang. 

Buchanan,  Archibald  (of  James  Finlay  &  Co.),  resi- 
dence, Barskimming,  Mauchline. 

Buchanan,  A.  &  J.,  contractors,  151  Mordaunt  st. ; 
house,  155  do. 

Buchanan  Brothers,  commission  merchants,  8 
Prince's  square,  Buchanan  street. 

Buchanan,  Bros.,  millers,  Kingston  Dock  Grain  Mill, 
43  to  47,  West  street,  s.s. 

Buchanan,  Charles,  grocer,  99  Centre  street. 

Buchanan,  Charles  (of  Charles  Buchanan  &  Co.),  ho. 
98  Parson  street. 

Buchanan,  Charles,  &  Co.,  cotton  waste  merchants 
and  engine  waste  manufacturers,  85  North  Oswald 
street,  off  Parliamentary  road. 

Buchanan,  Colquhoun,  &  Co.,  brassfounders,  35 
King  street,  s.s. 

Buchanan  &  Currie,  wine  merchants,  agents  for  M. 
Misa,  Xeres  de  la  Frontera;  Ernest,  Irroy,  &  Co., 
Rheim3 ;  Van  Zellers  &  Co. ,  Oporto ;  and  the 
direct  Tea  Supply  Association  of  China,  48  Ren- 
field  street ;  bonded  store,  20  Oswald  street. 

Buchanan,  D.  (of  Buchanan,  Colquhoun,  &  Co.),  ho. 
35  Cleland  street. 

Buchanan,  David,  hatter,  152  Trongate. 

Buchanan  David  (of  James  Pollock  &  Co.),  house, 
15  Gauze  street,  Paisley. 

Buchanan,  D.  S.,  secretary,  Life  Association  of  Scot- 
land, 123  St.  Vincent  street ;  ho.  13  Kelvinside 
terrace,  south. 

Buchanan,  David,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufacturer, 
127  George  street ;  house,  95  do. 

Buchanan,  David,  teacher,  E.  C.  Normal  School ;  ho. 
118  Victoria  street,  Dowanhill. 

Buchanan  &  Dobbie,  drapers,  354  Dumbarton  road ; 
house,  499  Sauchieball  street. 

Buchanan,  Donald  (of  Buchanan  &  Robson),  house, 
2  Belgrave  place. 

Buchanan,  Dugald,  metal  refiner,  62  and  63  St. 
Ninian  st. ;  house,  24  Govan  street. 

Buchanan,  Duncan,  joiner,  19  Bartholomew  st;  ho. 
155  Mordaunt  street. 

Buchanan,  E.  S.,  tobacco,  oils,  and  colours,  217 
High  st. ;  ho.  17  M'Farlane  st. 

Buchanan,  Francis  B.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  309 
Eglinton  street  and  59  Cavendish  street ;  house, 
315  Eglinton  street. 

Buchanan,  Gavin  Millar,  registrar  of  births,  &c,  for 
St.  Rollox  district,  121  Kennedy  street ;  residence, 
Castlecary  Castle,  by  Cumbernauld. 

Buchanan,  Geo.,  M.D.,  Professor  of  Clinical  Surgery 
in  the  University  of  Glasgow,  and  consulting  sur- 
geon ;  house,  193  Bath  street. 

Buchanan,  George,  surgeon-dentist,  1  Montague  pi. ; 
house,  12  Belhaven  terrace. 

Buchanan,  George,  &  Sons,  calenderers,  bleachers,  and 
finishers,  95  Candleriggs. 

Buchanan,  George  S.  (of  George  Buchanan  &  Sons), 
house,  43  Lansdowne  crescent. 

Buchanan,  George  H.  G. ,  47  Oswald  street. 

Buchanan,  Geo.,  steamboat  owner,  10  S.  Portland 
street. 

Buchanan,  George,  wholesale  ironmonger  and  com- 
mission agent,  47  Oswald  street. 


BUCHANAN.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. BUCHANAN. 


129 


Buchanan  &  Henderson,  family  grocers,   30  Dum- 
barton road. 
Buchanan,  James,  smith,  lock,  and  hinge  manufac- 
turer, 8  and  10  Goosedubbs  ;  house,  Nitshill. 
Buchanan,  James,  house  and  ship  painter,  20  York 

street ;  house,  93  Pitt  street. 
Buchanan,  James,  fish-hook  manufacturer,  60  to  62 

Dale  street,  s.s. ;  house,  13  Regent  Park  sq. 
Buchanan,  James,  M.D.,  201  St.  George's  road. 
Buchanan,  James,  weigher,  Clyde  Navigation  ;  house, 

12  Warwick  street,  s.s. 
Buchanan,    James,    out- door     inspector     Guardian 

Society's  offices;  ho.  118  Ardgowan  street. 
Buchanan    Rev.  James,  of  Greyfriars' U.P.  Church, 

North  Albion  street;  ho.  7  Seton  ter.,  Dennistoun. 
Buchanan,  James,  cabinetmaker,  14  Oxford  street. 
Buchanan,  James,  commission  agent,  85  Candleriggs 

street ;  house,  4  Derby  street. 
Buchanan,  James,  jun.,  weigher,  Clyde  Navigation  ; 

ho.  12  Warwick  street,  s  s. 
Buchanan,  James,  commission   agent,    52  Virginia 

street ;  house,  83  Findlay  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Buchanan,  James  (of  Geo.  Caldwell  &  Co.),   house, 

204  Holm  street. 
Buchanan,  James,  grain  merchant  and  forage  con- 
tractor, 401  Parliamentary  road;  ho.  94  Hill  St., 

Garnet  hill. 
Buchanan,  James    R,    surgeon,  48   Parliamentary 

road ;  house,  80  North  Frederick  street. 
Buchanan,  J.,  sheriff  officer  and  J.P.  constable,  77 

Renfrew  street. 
Buchanan,   J.,   &   Co.,  coach-builders  and   harness 

makers,  123  to  145  North  street. 
Buchanan,  Jn.,  contractor  and  dairym.,  67  Centre  st. 
Buchanan,    John,    watchmaker   and    jeweller,    59 

Eglinton  street;  house,  105  Shields  road. 
Buchanan,  John,  &  Brothers,  wholesale  and  export 

confectioners,  35  Stewart  street,  Cowcaddens. 
Buchanan,  John   (of  Buchanan,   Marquis,  &  Co.), 

house,  4  Cecil  street,  Paisley  road. 
Buchanan,  John  (of  Buchanan  &  Johnson),  house, 

17  Westland  terrace,  Greenock. 
Buchanan,  John,  M.D.,  43  St.  Vincent  crescent. 
Buchanan,  John,  butcher,  204  New  City  road. 
Buchanan,  John,  Union  Bank  of  Scotland  ;  house, 

89  Elderslie  street. 
Buchanan,  John,  tailor,  44  Charlotte  street. 
Buchanan,  John,  B.,  499  Sauchiehall  street. 
Buchanan,  John,  fish  market  keeper,  3 2  and  35  East 

Clyde  street ;  house,  70  South  Shamrock  street. 
Buchanan,  John,   remnant  and  rag  merchant,  142 

Trongate ;  house,  12  Elderslie  street,  Anderston. 
Buchanan,  John  (of  John  Buchanan  &  Brothers), 

residence,  Dumbuck  house,  Dumbarton. 
Buchanan,  J.  C.  (of  Buchanan  Bros.,  8  Prince's  sq.), 

house,  Millglen,  Helensburgh. 
Buchanan,  John,  &  Co.,  comb  and  spoon  makers,  133 

London  street. 
Buchanan  &  Johnson,  military  contractors,  tailors, 

clothiers,  and  gentlemen's  outfitters,  174  and  176 

Trongate. 
Buchanan,   Joseph,   chandler  and  tobacconist,  262 

Main  St.,  Anderston  ;  ho.  65  William  St.,  do. 
Buchanan,  Joshua,  &  Sons,  ham  curers,  butter 

and  cheese  merchants,  71  Candleriggs. 
Buchanan,  Joshua  (of  Buchanan,  Walker,  &  Co.), 

house,  21  Lynedoch  street. 
Buchanan,  Joshua  (of  Craig  &  Buchanan),  house, 

6  Salisbury  terrace,  Hillhead. 


Buchanan,  L.  B.,  writer,  190  W.  George  street. 
Buchanan,  Marquis,  &  Co.,  cotton  waste  dealers  and 

mill  furnishers,  30  St.  Andrew's  square. 
Buchanan,  Matthew  L.,  tobacconist,  85  Dundas  st. ; 

house,  95  George  street. 
Buchanan,  Matthew,  Union  Bank  of  Scotland,  174 

Argyle  street ;  house,  83  Finlay  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Buchanan,    Moses,   foreign  merchant,  shipping,  in- 
surance, and  passenger  agent ;    Guion  U.S.  mail 

steamers  and  the  National  Steam  Ship  Company's 

agency ;     62    Buchanan    st. ;     house,    Aberdale, 

Helensburgh. 
Buchanan,  Neil,  bookkeeper  (at  Kingston  grain  mills), 

house,  39  Struan  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Buchanan,  Neil,  spirit  merchant,  615  Gallowgate ; 

house,  631  do. 
Buchanan  &  Pearson,  stationers,  printers,  bookbind- 
ers, and  paper  bag  makers,  104  Brunswick  street. 
Buchanan,  P.  D.,  drysalter  and  commission  mercht., 

65    W.   Regent  street;    house,  8   Dixon   avenue 

Govanhill. 
Buchanan,  Peter  (of  Buchanan,  Scott,  &  Co.),  res. 

Viewfield,  Burnbank  road,  Hamilton. 
Buchanan,    Peter,   wine   and    spirit    merchant,    80 

Dumbarton  road,  and  1  Church  street,  Partick; 

house,  20  Church  street,  do. 
Buchanan,  Peter,  artist,  175  St.  Vincent  street ;  ho. 

32  Windsor  street. 
Buchanan,  Robert,  innkeeper,  leseee,  Cattle  Market 

Inn,  Graham  square. 
Buchanan,  R.,  carting  contractor,  46  Robertson  St.; 

ho.  65  do. 
Buchanan,   Robert,    teacher   of    music,   piano,    and 

singing,  11  Renfield  street;  house,  326  Duke  st. 
Buchanan,  Robert  M.,  sugar  broker  (at  Ford,  Sons, 

&  Co.'s),  45  Virginia  st. ;  residence,  Bishopton. 
Buchanan,  Robt.,  chemist  and  druggist,  5  Wellington 

arcade  ;  house,  192  Berkeley  street. 
Buchanan,  Robert  A.  (at  P.  Henderson   &  Co.'s,  15 

St.  Vincent  pi.),  ho.  3  Hampden  ter.  Mt.  Florida. 
Buchanan,  R.  S.,  merchant,  16  Arlington  street. 
Buchanan  &  Kobson,  carriage  hirers,  44  Hamilton 

place,  Billhead,  and  at  Kelvinside. 
Buchanan,  Scott  &  Co.,  wholesale  wine  and  spirit 

merchants,  9  Garthland  street,  and  76  Glassfordst. 
Buchanan,  Scott,  &  Co.,  wine  merchants,  18  Govan  st. 
Buchanan,   Scott,  &  Co.,  wholesale  wine  merchants, 

148  Dumbarton  roaj. 
Buchanan    &    Son,   lapidaries   and    watch-glass 

makers,  Morrison's  court,  108  Argyle  street;  ho. 

14  Avon  street,  Kinning  park. — See  Adv.  in  App. 
Buchanan,  Thomas,  surgeon,  MB.  CM.,  15  Old 

Dumbarton  road  ;  house,  24  Westminster  terrace. 
Buchanan,  Thomas  Drysdale,  M.D.,  surgeon, 

222  Dumbarton  road  ;  house,  24  Westminster  ter. 
Buchanan,   Thomas  (of  Joshua  Buchanan  &  Sons), 

house,  149£  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
Buchanan,  Tnos.,  w»od  turner,  173  Graeme  street 

house,  177  Claythorn  street. 
Buchanan,  Walker,  &  Co.,  produce  commission  mer- 
chants, 85  Candleriggs. 
Buchanan,  Walter  (of  Henderson  &  Buchanan),  ho. 

67  Centre  street. 
Buchanan,  Walter,  372  Duke  street. 
Buchanan,  Walter  (of  Dempster,  Moore,  &  Co.),  ho. 

14  Royal  terrace. 
Buchanan,  Walter,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  44 

John  Knox  street;  house,  34  Fisher  street. 
Buchanan,  Walter,  flesher,  123  Govan  st. ;  ho.  121  do. 

E 


130 


BUCHANAN. 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. 


-BUNTING. 


Buchanan,  Walter  (of  Peter  Lennox  &  Co.),  ho.  15 

Berlin  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Buchanan,  Watson,  &  Co.,  merchants,    234   West 

George  street. 
Buchanan,  W.  J.,  auctioneer  and  valuator  (of  Duncan 

Keith  &  Buchanan),  ho.  284  Great  Western  rd. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  house  factor  and  insurance  agent, 

94  South  Portland  street ;  ho.  88  Abbotsford  pi. 
Buchanan,  William,  slater,  59  Brown  st.  Bridgeton ; 

house,  97  Greenhead  street,  do. 
Buchanan,  William,   sculptor,  279   Caledonia  road; 

house,  354  Crown  street. 
Buchanan,  William,  grocer  and  provision  merchant, 

241  Eglinton  street. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  draper,  4  Orchard  street,  s.s. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  traveller,  74  Parson  street. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  stationer  and  news-agent,  2  Easton 

terrace,  Paisley  road,  west ;  ho.  482  Paisley  rd. 
Buchanan,  Wm.  (of  Buchanan  Brothers),  43   West 

street,  s.s.  ;  ho.  7  Maxwell  ter.,  Pollokshields. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  ship  and  insurance  brokers, 

metal,  felt,  and  commission  merchts.,  12  Prince's  sq. 
Buchanan,  Wm.  registrar  of  births,  &c,  for  Kelvin 

district,  173  Shamrock  st.;  ho.  10  Carrington  st. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  steamboat  master,  23  Carlton  pi.  s.s. 
Buchanan,  Wm.  (of  Fullarton,  Cundell,  &  Co.,  179 

West  George  street.) 
Buchanan,  William  (of  W.  G.   Mitchell  &  Co.),  ho. 

24  Prince's  square,  Strathbungo. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  70  Bed- 
ford street;  house,  338  South  Wellington  street. 
Buchanan,  William,  bookseller,  stationer,  and  news- 
agent, 486  Paisley  road  ;  house,  482  do. 
Buchanan,    Wm.,  late  supervisor  of  inland  revenue, 

201  St.  George's  road. 
Buchanan,  William  (of  Wm.   Buchanan  &  Co. ),  res. 

Mayfield,  Pollokshields. 
Buchanan,    William  L,    accountant   and  insurance 

agent,  212  St.  Vincent  street. 
Buchanan,  Wm.,  dairyman,  231  Watt  street,  Paisley 

road  ;  house,  324  Scotland  street. 
Buchanan,  William  R.  (of  Buchanan  &  Currie),  ho. 

13  Park  circus. 
Buchanan,  William,  hay,  grain,  and  seed  merchant, 

401  Parliamentary  road ;  house,  1  Grafton  sq. 
Buchanan,  Wilson,  &  Co.,  brokers  and  commission 

merchants,   40    St.    Vincent   place;     stores,    29 

James  Watt  street. 
Buchanan,  Mrs.  John,  13  Park  circus. 
Buchanan,  Mrs.   John,  grocer  and   flesher,   Spring 

place,  Crossmyloof. 
Buchanan,  Mrs.   Robert,   tobacconist,   217  High  st.; 

and  80  King  st.,  Calton  ;  ho.  19  M'Intosh  street. 
Buchanan,  Mrs.,  baby  linen,  stay,  and  underclothing 

warehouse,  289  Paisley  road. 
Buchanan,  Miss  E.;  13  Woodlands  terrace. 
Buchanan,  Mrs.  Mary,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  87 

Bedford  street;  house,  157  Hospital  street. 
Buchanan,  Miss,  tobacconist,  290  Argyle  street. 
Buchanan,  Miss,  14  Lyuedoch  crescent. 
Buchanan  Institution,  Endowed  Industrial  School, 

Rev.  Wm.  Leggatt,  governor,  47  Greenhead  st. 
Buchanan  street  post-office,  receiving  office,  money- 
order    office,    and    savings'  bank,  165   West  Nile 

street ;  Alex.  Hume,  receiver. 
BUCK,  Fred,  (of  J.  &  A  M'Morland's),  ho.  Moss- 
bank,  Lenzie. 
BUCKIE,  W.  F.,  letterpress  printer,  62  Argyle  st. ; 

house,  47  M'Neill  street. 


BUCKLEY  &  Marsden,  woollen  and  angola  yam 
spinoers,  Whiteheads  mill,  Leeds  rd.,  Huddersfield; 
represented  by  Jas.  Moon  &  Co. 

BUCLER,  Dennis  (of  Bucler,  Hodson,  &  Co.);  ho. 

I  Whitehill  gardens,  Dennistoun. 

Bucler,  Hodson,  &  Co.,  extract  of  soap  manufacturers, 
Eastern  Chemical  Works,  10  Bald  St.,  Parkhead  ; 
offices  and  stores,  56  College  street,  city. 

BUDGE,  Alex.,  sen.,  builder,  2L  Hutcheson  square. 

BUEHL,  A.,  &  Co.,  Coblentz  ;  agents,  A.  Stewart 
&  Co.,  106  West  Regent  street. 

Buenos  Ayres  Steamship  Office;  Donaldson  Brothers, 
agents,  67  Great  Clyde  street. 

Buenos  Ayres  Steam  Packet  Office,  70  Gt.  Clyde  st. 

Buenos  Ayres  Consul,  G.  Gilmour,  114  W.  Nile  st. 

BUIST,  James,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,  42  Argyle 
street. 

BULENS,  Rev.  Innocent,  R.C.  priest,  the  Friary, 
405  Cumberland  st.,  s.s. 

BULL,  James,  grocer,  119  Renfield  street. 

Bullen,  F.,  tobacconist,  15  Shamrock  street ;  ho. 
556  New  City  road. 

BULLARD,  James,  wholesale  gig  saddler  8  Kirk 
street,  s.s.;  house,  Iona  place,  Mount  Florida. 

BULLER  &  Co.,  manufacturers  of  cockspurs,  stills, 
&c,  for  potters,  china  door  furniture,  telegraph  in- 
sulators, &c,  Hanley,  Staffordshire,  and  Sherlock 
Street  Works,  Birmingham  ;  store,  railway  arch, 
off  Dunlop  st. ;  agent,  Jas.  Dick,   70  George  sq. 

BULLEY,  Wemyss  O.,  62  Rosebank  terrace. 

BULLOCH,  Archibald,  agricultural  engineers' agent, 
and  implement  merchant,  427  Gallowgate;  house, 
Milliken,  New  Kilpatrick. 

Bulloch,  John,  insurance  broker  (Wm.  Euing  &  Co.), 
house,  1 1  Rosslyn  terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Bulloch,  Joseph,  farmer,  Cockmuir,  Springburn. 

Bulloch,  Lade,  &  Co.,  distillers  from  malt  only  at 
Loch  Katrine  Distillery,  Camlachie,  Glasgow,  and 
Caol  Ha  Distillery,  Islay,  and  Benmore  Distillery, 
Campbeltown  ;  office,  4  Bothwell  street. 

Bulloch,  Lade,  &  Co.,  commission  merchants  and 
agents  for  Bass  &  Co.,  Burton-on-Trent ;  office,  4 
Bothwell  street. 

Bulloch,  Matthew  (of  Bulloch,  Lade,  &  Co.),  house, 

II  Park  circus. 

Buxmett  &  Co.  (Limited),  Wm.  Macrae,  engineer, 

sole  agent ;   patentees,  revolving  shutters,  24  Bath 

street,  and  21  South  St.  David  st,  Edinburgh. — 

See  Adv.  in  App. 
BUNTEN,  Andrew,  hair  dresser,  4  Green   street, 

Bridgeton  ;  house,  24  Dale  street,  do. 
Bunten,   James  C.  (of  Anderston  Foundry  Co.),  ho. 

24  Park  circus. 
Bunten,  James  (of  James  Bunten  &  Co.),  residence, 

New  Club,  46  Renfield  street. 
Bunten,  James  (of  Wm.  Bunten  &  Co.),  house,  26 

Carrington  street. 
Bunten,  Robert  A  (of  Wm.  Bunten  &  Co.),  Beulah 

lodge,  Helensburgh. 
Bunten,  Robert  (of  Edward  Simpson  &  Co.),  Ruther- 

glen  ;  ho.  415  Sauchiehall  street. 
Bunten,    Thos.,   fruit  merchant,    168    Main   street, 

Bridgeton. 
Bunten,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  drysalters  and  oil  merchants, 

45  Montrose  street;  stores,  33  do. 
Bunten,  Mrs.  Young,  ladies'  school,  Woodholm  ;  ho. 

Seyton  avenue,  Langside. 
BUNTING,  James  (at  John  Lean  &  Son's),  house, 

Greenlodge,  159  Greenhead  street. 


BUNTING.- 


-GENERAL   DIRECTORY.- 


-BURNS. 


131 


Bunting,  Miss  Christina,  draper,  22  Stobcross  st. 
house,  11  do. 

BURBAGE,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  practical  gunmakers,  36 
Gallowgate. 

Burbage,  Wm.  (of  Wm.  Burbage  &  Co.),  house,  70 
South  Shamrock  street. 

BURDEN,  Elizabeth,  oil  and  colour  merchant,  222 
Gallowgate  ;  house,  10  Moir  street. 

Bureau  Veritas,  international  register  of  shipping, 
29  Waterloo  street. 

BURGESS,  David,  hardware  merchant,  228  Dum- 
barton road  ;  house,  226  do. 

Burgess,  James,  glazier,  painter,  and  china  mer- 
chant, 320  Hamilton  place,  and  321  Virginia  pi., 
Partick ;  ho.  4  Windsor  place,  do. 

Burgess,  Robert,  provision  merchant,  327  and  351 
Garscube  road  ;  house,  542  St.  George's  road. 

Burgess,  Wm.,  flesher,  5  West  Milton  street ;  house, 
128  Cowcaddens. 

Burgh  Sasine  Office,  49  Ingram  street. 

BURLEIGH,  Alexander,  cabinetmaker,  87  Pitt  st. ; 
house,  41  Dorset  street. 

BURLEY,  Bennet  B.  (Mackay,  Burley,  &  Heys), 
house,  22  Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Burley,  James,  dairyman,  14  Vermont  street,  Kin- 
ning  park ;  house,  12  do. 

Burley,  James  Seath  (of  Robt.  Burley  &  Co.),  house, 
5  Walmer  crescent. 

Burley,  Robert,  &  Co.,  wood  merchants,  hammer  and 
pick  handle  manufacturers,  96  Great  Wellington 
street ;  house,  5  Walmer  crescent. 

BURN",  P.,  Son,  &  Co.,  auctioneers  and  valuators, 
61  Renfield  street. 

Burn,  William  (of  P.  Burn,  Son,  &  Co.),  house, 
110  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Burnbank  Bowling  Club,  South  Woodside  road; 
D.  S.  MacPhie,  secretary,  327  St.  George's  road. 

Burnbank  UP.  Church,  Carrington  street,  Rev. 
David  Pirret,  minister  ;  ho.  2  Belgrave  terrace. 

BURNET,  C.  M.,  tobacconist,  39£  Cowcaddens  st. 

Burnet,  Frank,  architect,  65  West  Regent  street. 

Burnett,  Archib.,  plumber,  63  and  65  Burnside  st.  ; 
ho.  490  St.  George's  road. 

Burnet,  James  M.  (of  Burnet  &  Thomson),  house, 
Duncairn  cottage,  Myrtle  Park,  Crosshiil. 

Burnett,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  122  Lon- 
don road  ;  house,  142  James  street,  Bridgeton. 

Burnet,  John,  I.A.,  architect,  167  St.  Vincent  st. ; 
house,  St.  Kilda,  Dowanhill  gardens. 

Burnett,  Rev.  John,  minister  of  Free  St.  David's ; 
house,  13  Elmgrove  place,  Jane  street. 

Burnett,  Sir  Robert,  &  Co.,  vinegar  makers  and  dis- 
tillers, Vauxhall,  London ;  agents,  W.  &  H.  Potts 
25  Renfrew  street. 

Burnet  &  Thomson,  yarn  and  commission  mer- 
chants, 140  West  George  street. 

Burnett,  Wm.,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  12  J  Elders- 
lie  street,  and  8  Bridge  street,  Partick;  house,  368 
Dumbarton  road. 

Burnett,  Wm.,  grocer,  50  Main  street,  Bridgeton  ; 
house,  121  Greenhead  street. 

BURNFIELD,  George,  cork  manufacturer,  11 
Miller  street ;  house,  1  Oxford  street,  s.s. 

BURNLEY,  William  F.  (of  Wm.  F.  Burnley  &  Co.), 
24  Ainslie  pi.,  Edinburgh,  and  Ericht  Bank,  Kirn. 

Burnley,  Wm.  F.,  &  Co.,  merchants,  49  W.  Regent  st. 

BURNS,  Aiken,  &  Co.,  writers,  151  St.  Vincent  st. 

Burns,  Alexander  (of  Burns  &  Laughland),  house, 
64  Merry  street,  Motherwell. 


Burns,  A.  &  J.,  consulting  engineers,  naval  archi- 
tects and  valuators,  24  Oswald  street. 
Burns,  Andrew  (of  A.  &  J.  Burns),  res.  Dunarbuck 

house,  Bowling. 
Burns,  Arthur,  confectioner,  62  Kyle  street;  house, 

109  Parliamentary  road. 
Burns,  Crawford,  &  Co.,  wholesale  fancy  goods  mer- 
chants and  fancy  stationers,  102  Renfield  street. 
Burns,  Daniel,  fishmonger,  13  Stevenson  street  and 

No.  7  Fish  Market;  house,  11  Stevenson  street 
Burns,  David,  victualler,  83  Carrick  street. 
Burns,  George,  1  Park  gardens,  and  Wemyss  house, 

Wemyss  Bay. 
Burns,  G.  &  J.,  steam  ship,  office,  30  Jamaica  st. 
Burns,   George   A.,  30   Jamaica  street;  res.  Castle 

Wemyss,  Wemyss  Bay,  and  1  Park  gardens. 
Burns,  G.  &  J.,  printing  office,  30  Jamaica  street. 
Burns,  G.  &  J.,  engine  works  and  store,  85  Clyde  St., 

Anderston. 
Burns,  George  (of  S.  Woolfield  &  Co.),   85  Thistle 

street.  Garnet  hill. 
Burns,  Rev.  Dr.  Geo.  Stewart,  minister  of  Cathedral; 

residence,    3    Westbourne   terrace,    Hillhead,  and 

Phesdo,  Laurencekirk. 
Burns  and  Haddow,  metal  and  tin  plate  merchants, 

43  and  45  Oswald  street. 
Burns,  Hugh,  coal  agent,  370  Dumbarton  road;  ho. 

8  Maxwell  street,  Partick. 
Burns,  James  Cleland  (of  G.  &  J.  Burns),  residence, 

Ferntower,  Crieff,  and  1  Park  gardens,  Glasgow. 
Burns,  James  K.,  wright  and  glazier,  18  Melville  st. ; 

house,  27  Paterson  street,  s.s. 
Burns,    James    R.,    marine    superintendent    (State 

Steamship  Co.),  65  Great  Clyde  street ;  house,  12 

Clifford  street,  Paisley  road. 
Burns,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  40  Canning 

street  ;  house,  Birdston,  Kirkintilloch. 
Burns,  John,  surgeon,   10   John  street,  Bridgeton ; 

house,  15  Fitzroy  place,  Sauchiehall  street. 
Burns,  John  (of  G.  &  J.  Burns),   residence,  Castle 

Wemyss,  Wemyss  Bay,  and  1  Park  gardens,  Glasg. 
Burns,  John,  wholesale  grocer  and  wine  and  spirit 

merchant,  385  Argyle  st. ;  ho.  Dunterla,  Barrhead. 
Burns,  John,  painter  and  paperhanger,  10  George  st. 
Burns,  John,  hairdresser,  26  Dundas  St.;  house,  264 

Buchanan  street. 
Burns,  John,  spirit  merchant,  517  Gallowgate;  house, 

5  Bellgrove  street. 
Burns,  John,  hairdresser  and  perfumer,  437  Sauchie- 
hall street. 
Burns,  John  (of  Burns  &  Haddow),  house,  Anston, 

Maxwell  road,  Pollokshields. 
Burns,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  111   George 

street;  house,  120  Welipark  terrace. 
Burns,  John  (of  Burns  &  Leitch),  ho.  75  Hope- 
hill  road. 
Burns,  John  P.,  importer  of  cigars  and  American 

tobaccos,  17  So.  Exchange  place,  two  doors  from 

Buchanan  st ;  house,  104  Bothwell  street. 
Burns,  J.  W.,  club  master,  Church  st ,  Coatbridge. 
Burns,  Joseph,  fruiterer,  137  George  street. 
Burns,  Joseph,  lightning  conductor  manufacturer,  6 

Comely  Park  place. 
Burus  &  Laughland.  manufacturers,  45  M"ntrose  st. 
Burns  &  Leitch,  wrights  and  tun  builders,  91  Mait- 

land  street. 
Burns  &  Miller,  wrights  and  builders,  10  Steven  st. 
Burns,  Richard,  ship  rigger,  17J  Springfield  place; 

house,  2  Bellahouston  terrace,  Ibrox. 


132 


BURNS. 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY- 


-BUTLER. 


Burns,  Richard,  tobacconist,  19  Kent  rd.;  ho.  21  do. 
Burns,  Robert,  jun.  (at  James  Nimmo  &  Co.'s),  ho. 

1  Hilton  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Burns,  Robert,  wright  and  builder,  32  Ark  lane ;  ho. 

15  Edmund  street. 

Burns,  Robert,  chandler,  181  Rutherglen  road. 
Burns,  Robert,  &  Co.,  soap  makers,  13  W.  Scotland  st. 
Burns,  Robert  &  John,  coal    merchants,    Monkland 

Canal  Basin,  30  Garngad  hill,  and  at  26  Baird  St., 

St  Rollox  ;  house,  23  Ronald  st. 
Burns,  R.,  supt.,  Portugal  st.  Home,  57  Portugal  st. 
Burns,   Thomas   D.,  station  master,    Pollokshields 

station,  G.  &  P.  J.  Railway  ;  house,  26  Avon  st. 
Burns,  William  (of  Burns  &  Miller),  ho.  16  Steven  st. 
Burns,  William  (of  Burns,  Crawford,  &  Co.),  house, 

Nettlehirst,  Beith,  Ayrshire. 
Burns,  Wm.,  baker,  407    Garscube  road;    ho.  210 

Saracen  street,  Possilpark. 
Burns,  William,  baker,  214  Saracen  street. 
Burns,  William,  art  galleries,  162  Buchanan  st.;  ho. 

1 6  Knowe  terrace,  Pollokshields. 

Burns,  William,  traveller  for  Barrowfield  Pottery  ; 
house,  70  Roslea  drive. 

Burns,  William,  society  collector  and  fire  insurance 
agent,  21  So.  Wellington  street. 

Burns,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  155  and 
157  Dumbarton  road,  Partick  ;  ho.  9  Beacontsfield 
street  do. 

Burns,  Wm.,  flour  bag  merchant,  74  Stanley  street, 
off  Paisley  road. 

Burns,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  iron  brokers,  162  Buchanan  st. 

Burns,  William  M'G.,  M.D.,M.R.C8.,  &  L.R. C.P.Ed., 
76  Canning  st.  Calton;  house,  13  Annfield  place. 

Burns,  Mrs.  Daniel,  broker,  44  Nelson  st.,  city ;  ho. 
29  Stirling  street,  city. 

Burns,  Mrs.  Islay,  17  Eton  place,  Hillhead. 

Burns,  Mrs.  Wm.,  Belmont,  Dowanhill  garden?. 

Burns,  Miss,  1  Sardinia  terrace,  Hillhead. 

BURNSIDE,  James,  warehouseman  (at  Peyton  & 
Alsop's),  house,  93  Grove  street 

Burnside,  J.,  fruiterer  and  confectioner,  164J  Dum- 
barton road. 

Burnside,  Matthew,  portioner,  340  Nuneaton  street; 
house,  4  Anderson  place,  off  Dalmarnock  road. 

Burnside,  Robert,  140  George  street. 

Burnside,  Robt.,  hardware  meichaDt,  Victoria  build- 
ings, Kerimure  street,  Pollokshields. 

Burnside,  Robt.,  joiner,  Cauniesburn,  by  Maryhill. 

Burnside,  Thomas  A.,  365  Duke  street 

Burnside,  William,  portioner,  117  Graeme  street. 

BURNUP  &  Knox,  drapers  and  outfitters,  329,  331, 
351  Garscube  road. 

BURR,  Alexander,  &  Son,  commission  merchants  and 
agents,  77  Queeu  street. 

Burr,  Alexander  (sole  agent  for  Isaac  Dixon,  Windsor 
Iron  Works,  Liverpool),  builder  of  iron  churches, 
houses,  roofs,  and  stores,  and  manufacturer  of 
patent-strained  wire  and  bar  iron  fences,  galvan- 
ized sheets,  tanks,  roofing.  &c,  62  Howard  street; 
house,  22  Arlington  street. 

Burr,  James  (of  Alexander  Burr  &  Son),  and  agent 
for  Alliance  Assurance  Company,  and  Insurance 
Company  of  Scotland,  77  Queen  street ;  house,  1 
Roseberry  terrace,  Great  Wesiem  road. 

BURRELL     &    Haig,    shipping     and     forwarding 

agents,  No  9  Mid  Wharf,  Port  Dundas. 
Burrell,  A.  H.,  ship  broker,  41  Ann  street ;  ho.  Dun- 

keld  place,  Hillhead. 
Burrell  &  Son,  steamship  brok.,  141  Buchanan  st 


Burrell  &  Son,  shipping  and  forwarding  agents,  Mid 

Wharf,  Port  Dundas,  and  141  Buchanan  street. 
Burrell,  T.   A.,    Union    Bank   of  Scotland,    house, 

Crowhill  road,  Bishopbriggs. 
Burrell,  William  (of  Burrell  &  Son),  house,  Elon- 

bank,  Bowling. 
BURRETT,  Thomas  R.,  clerk,  Clyde  Navigation,  14 

Robertson  street ;  ho.  28  Cowcaddens. 
Burrett,  Misses  I.  &  C,  drapers,  36£  Cowcaddens ; 

house,  28  do. 
BURT,  Boulton,  &  Haywood,  manufacturers  of  patent 

artificial   alizarine;    agents,  Henderson,  Hogg,  & 

Co.,  15  Cadogan  street. 
Burt,    Henry    (of   John  Burt  &   Co.),   house,  73 

Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Burt,  Henry,  seamen's  missionary,  17  Dover  street 
Burt,  James,  grocer,  538  Dobbie's  loan. 
Burt,  John,  &  Co.,  tanners,  curriers,  leather  merchants, 

machinery  belt  and  hose  pipe  makers,  Pleasance 

Leather  Works,  143  Great  Hamilton  street. 
Burt,  John  (of  John  Burt  &  Co.),  house,  Claremont 

villa,  Burnside,  Rutherglen. 
Burt,  Peter,  52  Ardgowan  street,  representative  for 

D.  Nicolson,  The  Palace  Brewery,  Edinburgh,  in 

the  counties  of  Lanark,  Ayr,  Dumfries,  and  Dum- 
barton. 
Burt,  Mrs.  John,  27  Florence  place. 
Burt,  Miss,  news  agent,  524  St  Vincent  street. 
BURTON,   A.    C.    (of    H.    Burton    &    Co.,    Ill 

Buchanan   street),   house,  38  Hill  st.  Garnethill. 
Burton,  Alexander,  earthenware  painter ;  house,  40 

Ronald  street. 
Burton,  Andw.  H.,  commission  merchant,  69  Ingram 

street ;  house,  43  Regent  Park  square. 
Burton  &  Henderson,  grocers,  254  Sauchiehall  st 
Burton,  Henry,  &  Co.,  hosiers,  glovers,  sbirtmakers, 

and  outfitters,  111  Buchanan  street;  work-rooms, 

74  do. 
Burton,  T.  C,  teacher  of  dancing,  St.  George's  Hall, 

144  West  Nile  street,  and  Athenaeum,  110  Ingram 

street ;  house,  148  West  Nile  street. 
Bueton  Brewery  Coy.  (Limited),  brewers,  Burton- 

on-Trent;    agents,  Robert  Hillcoat   &   Sons,   39 

Stockwell  street. 
BUSBY,  E.  S.   (at  M.  Mnir  &  Sons),   ho.    Berlin 

place,  Pollokshields. 
Busby  Railway  Co.;  John  Graham,  C.A.,  secretary, 

212  West  Ge.rge  street. 
BUSHELL  &  C<>.,  tea  merchants,  30  Argyle  street, 

31  Jamaica  street,  and  195  Cowcaddens. 
BUSSELL,  Geo.    H.  D,  outfitter,  38  Clyde  place  ; 

bouse,  272  Scotland  street. 
BUS  WELL,  Wm.,  dining-rooms,  139  East  George 

street;  house,  18  North  Albion  street. 
BUTCH  ART,  Lindsay,  &  Co.,  jme  spinners  and 

manufacturers  of    hemp  carpets  and    mattings, 

Dundee,  33  Virginia  street. 
BUTLER,  Dugald(ofBridgeton  Victualling  Society), 

house,  12  Newhall  terrace. 
Butler.  George  (at  Henderson  Brothers'),  house,    2 

Walmer  crescent,  Paisley  road. 
Butler,   George,   &  Co.   (Limited),  Trinity  Cutlery 

Works,  Sheffield ;  agent,  W.  M.  Allan  &  Co.,  184 

Buchanan  sireet. 
Butler,  Hugh  (at  Jas.  Rankine  &  Son's),  ho.  Bowling. 
Butler,  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  20  Houston  street; 

house.  22  do. 
Butler,  William,  North  British  Railway  Co.,  Sight- 
hill  Station  ;  ho.  134  Ingleby  drive,  Dennistoun. 


BUTTERS, 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-CALDEE. 


133 


BUTTERS,  Archd.  (of  Butters  Brothers),  residence, 
Van  Mildert  House,  Lenzie. 

Batters  Brothers,  contractors  and  builders'  en- 
gineers, 26  Renfield  street ;  always  in  stock  all 
kinds  of  new  and  second-hand  machinery,  cranes, 
hand  and  steam  power,  tank  locomotives,  rails,  and 
mortar  mills;  also,  all  kinds  of  railway  contrac- 
tors', quarriers',  and  builders'  plant,  new  and  second 
hand,  for  sale  or  hire  ;  monthly  list  of  plant  issued, 
with  terms,  &c. ;  second  hand  machinery  yard,  18 
Waterloo  street. — See  Advert,  in  Appendix. 

Butters  Bros.,  engineers,  20  Waterloo  st. 

Butters,  Jas.,  butcher,  519  Sanchiehall  st;  ho.  529  do. 

Butters,  M.  W.  (of  Butters  Brothers),  residence, 
Charlemont,  Holmhead,  Cathcart. 

BYASS,  R.  B.,  &  Co.,  tin  plate  manufacturers, 
Glamorganshire ;  Henry  Rogers,  Sons,  &  Co., 
agents,  20  St.  Vincent  place. 

BYDEWELL,  Edward,  church  officer,  Belhaven  U.P. 
Church. 

BYERS,  David  (of  John  Crabbie  &  Co  ),  17  Oswald 
street. 

Byers,  Robert,  fruit  merchant,  Bazaar  ;  house,  41 
S.  Albion  st. 

Byers,  William  (at  C.  Todd  &  Higginbotham's, 
M'Neil  street),  house,  5  S.  Wellington  street. 


CABLE,  John  (of  S.  Burrow  &  Brother,  London), 

house,  45  West  Cumberland  street. 
CABRAL,  Francis,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  20 

Abercromby  street;  house,  57  Stevenson  street. 
CADDEN,   John,  &  Co.,  shipping  and  commission 

agents,  6  Dixon  street. 
Cadden,  John  (of  John  Cadden  &  Co.),  house,   20 

Millbrae  crescent,  Langside. 
Cadenhead,    George,   rag  and  waste   merchant,    53 

and  57  Lanark  street,  city ;  ho.  16  Moir  street. 
Cadiz    Steam    Packet   Office,  Burrell  &    Son,  141 

Buchanan  street. 
Cadiz    Steam  Packet  Office,  Maclaren,  Crum, 

&  Co.,  13  Royal  Exchange  place 
Cadiz  Steam  Packet  Office,  John  &  Peter  Hutche- 

son,  62  Broomielaw. 
CADMAN,  William,  leather  merchant,  9  Park  place, 

Stockwell  street ;  house,  315  Crown  street. 
CADZOW,  John,  draper,  363  New  City  road;  ho. 

118  Raeberry  st. 
Cadzow,  Wm.,  dairyman,  116  Great  Hamilton  st. 
Cadzow  Coal  Co.  (Limited),  coal  masters,  Cad- 
zow Collieries,  Hamilton ;  depots,  Caledonian  Ry. 

Mineral  station,  Crow  road,  Partick,  Lambhill  st. 

Kinning  Park,  West  street,  s.s.,  and  London  road, 

east ;  head  office,  161  Hope  street. 
Cagliaei  and  Glasgow  Steam   Packet  Office,  Hen- 
derson Bros.,  agents,  47  Union  street. 
CAIG,  W.  J.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  116  Adelphi 

street  and  3  Norman  st.,  Bridgeton  ;  house,  363 

Dalmarnock  road. 
CAINE,  Howard  Thos.  (of  Laidlaw,  Sons,  &  Caine). 
CAIRD,  Edward,  M.A.,  professor  of   Moral  Philo- 
sophy, the  University  ;  residence,  1  University. 
Caird,  Edward  B.,  engineer  (of  Jas.  Howden  &  Co.), 

8  Scotland  street. 
Caird,  James,  merchant,  33  Virginia  street ;  house, 

Ashlea,  Langside. 
Caird  James  (of  Jame3  Caird  &  Co.),  res.  Colling- 

wood,  Partick. 


Caird,  James,  &  Co.,  plasterers  and  cement  merchts., 

82  Wellington  street. 
Caird,  Rev.  John,  D.D.,  Principal  of  the  University; 

residence,  12  The  College,  Gilmorehill. 
Caird,   Miss,   millinery    and    dressmaker,    220    St. 

James'  street,  Paisley  road. 
CAIRNCROSS,  Alex.,  baker,  78  Thistle  street,  s.s. 
CAIRNEY,  John,  artist ;  studio,  108  West  Regent 

street ;  house,  47  Scott  street,  Garnethill. 
Cairney,  William  (of  Thomas  Skinner  &  Co.),  ho. 

11  Derby  terrace. 
Cairney,  Misses,  ladies'  seminary,    47  Scott  street, 

Garnethill. 
CAIRNS,   Alexander  B.,  salesman,  186  Argyle  st. ; 

house,  13  Avon  street. 
Cairns,  Andw.,  manager  at  Hayfield  foundry  ;  house, 

401  Crown  street. 
Caims,   Christopher   (of  Cairns  &  Co.),    residence, 

Glen  Devon,  Ayton  road,  Pollokshields. 
Cairns  &  Co.,  ironfounders,  Hayfield  Foundry,  131 

Rutherglen  road. 
Cairns,  James,  hide,  skin,  and  wool  merchant,  23 

M'Intyre  St.,  Anderston  ;  ho.  4  Whitehall  st.  do. 
Cairns,  John,  plumber  and  gas-fitter,  18  Bath  street ; 

house,  94  Dundas  street. 
Cairns,  John,  family  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  46, 

48  Eglinton  ter.;  ho.  22  Dixon  avenue,  Govanhill. 
Cairns  &  Laing,  plumbers  and   lead   merchants,  5 

Carlton  place. 
Cairns,  Robert,  commission  agent,  12  Miller  street; 

house,  Cathkin  View,  Cambuslang. 
Cairns,  Robt.  M.,  grocer,  52  Cowlairs  road ;  house, 

3  Balgray  terrace. 
Cairns,  Robert  W.  (of  Thos.  -Cansh  &  Co.),  residence, 

Prospect  Bank,  Cathcart. 
Cairns,  Robert,  dairyman,  163  Stobcross  street ;  house, 

161  do. 
Cairns,  William  (of  Cairns  &  Laing),  ho.  10  Belmar 

terrace,  Shields  road. 
Cairns,  Wm.,  grocer,  226  Stirling  road  ;  house,  58 

Weaver  street. 
Cairns,   William,  joint  head  master,  Queen's  Park 

Collegiate  School ;  resid.  Springhill  house,  Cross- 

myloof. 
Cairns,  Wm.,  dairyman,  160  Dumbarton  road  and  7 

Blackie  street. 
Cairntable  Gas  Coal  Co.  (Limited),  coalmasters; 

registered    office,    149    St.  Vincent  street ;   John 

Clarkson,  secy. 
Caisse  Generate  Agricoles  (Paris)  Fire  Insur- 
ance Co.,  92  West  Nile  Street ;  John  Carmichael, 

agent  for  Scotland. 
Caithness  and  Arbroath  Steam  Sawing  and  Polish- 
ing Works,  Robert  Struthers,  22  Crookston  st. 
Calcutta  Line  of  steamships    (via   Suez  Canal), 

George  Smith  &  Sons,  101  St.  Vincent  street. 
Calcutta  Line  of  sailing  ships,  George  Smith  &  Sons, 

101  St.  Vincent  street. 
Calcutta  Steamers  from  Liverpool ;  M.  Langlands  & 

Sons,  agents,  88  Great  Clyde  street. 
CALDER,  Alexander,  plasterer,   24   Oxford  street; 

house,  2  Warwick  street. 
Calder,  D.  Graham,  wine  merchant,  1  and  2  Lome 

place,  Mount  Florida ;  house,  1  Landore  terrace, 

Battlefield. 
Calder,  James,  &  Co.,  brewers,  Shore  Brewery,  Alloa; 

Wm.  Brownlie,  agent,  249  Argyle  street. 
Calder,  James,  &  Co.,    timber   merchants,    16    St. 

Enoch  square. 


134 


CALDER. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. CALEDONIAN 


Calder,  James  (of  Jas.  Calder  &  Co.),  ho.  Ardargie, 

Perthshire. 
Calder,  John,  commission  agent,  205  Buchanan  st. 
Calder,  John,  commission  agent,  20  Union  St.,  Union 

court ;  ho.  Laigh  Gallowflat,  near  Rutherglen. 
Calder,  John  K.,  flesher,  300  Possil  road ;  ho.  218 

Saracen  street. 
Calder,  John,  &  Co.,  steam-power  printers  and  litho- 
graphers, 126  Renfield  st.  ;  house,  21  Grafton  st. 
Calder,  Rev.  John,  the  Manse,  Church  street,  Partick. 
Calder,    Robert,    M.A,    B.Sc,     H.M.    inspector   of 

schools,  290  Renfrew  street. 
Calder,  Thomas,  ironmonger,  &c,  342  Garscnbe  rd.; 

house,  55 1  St.  George's  road. 
Calder,  Thomas",  joiner  and  builder,  43  Kelvin  street ; 

ho.  8  Dowanhill  place,  Dumbarton  road,  Partick. 
Calder,    William   (of  MAllister  &   Calder,    potato 

merchants,   Sighthill  Railway  Station  and  Strath- 

bungo),  house,  4  Matilda  terrace. 
Calder,  William,  joiner  and  cabinet  maker,  87  Allison 

st.,  Govanhill ;  house,  16  Albert  drive,   Crosshill. 
Calder,  Wm.  W.,  H.M.  Inspector  of  Schools  assistant, 

290  Renfrew  street. 
Calder,  Mrs.  Charles,  furnishings  and  hosiery,  313 

Paisley  road  ;  ho.  315  do. 
Calder,  Agnes,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  206  Possil 

road;   house,  218  Saracen  street,  Possil  park. 
Calder,  Carfin,  Cleland,  Blantyre,  and  Wilsontown 

Colliery  Office,  1  Dixon  street. 
Calder  Ironworks  office,  1  Dixon  street. 
CALDERWOOD,  Alex,  (of  Clyde  Jute  Co.),  house, 

8  Westbourne  gardens. 
Calderwood,   J.   H.,  157   Buchanan  st.  ;  residence, 

Glenwood,  Cambuslang. 
Calderwood,  Robert,  Bank  of  Scotland,  Laurieston; 

ho.  1  Berlin  terrace,  Nithsdale  rd.  Pollokshields. 
Calderwood,  Robert  W.,  cook  and  confectioner,  262 

and  264  Argyle  street ;  house,  266  do. 
Calderwood,  Mrs.  E.,  tobacconist,  248  Springburn  rd.; 

house,  246  do. 
CALDOW,  Miss,  Servants'  Institution,    57  Hutche- 

son  street. 
CALDWELL,  Alex.,  butcher,  346  North  Woodside 

road;  house,  4  Sydney  street. 
Caldwell,  Alex.,  3  Govan  View  ter.,  Cathcart  road. 
Caldwell,  Alex.,  H.M.  customs,  162  Dumbarton  road. 
Caldwell,  Andrew  (of  Caldwell  Brothers),  house,  296 

Dumbarton  road. 
Caldwell,  Archd.,  plumber,  Strathbungo;  house,  7 

Prince  Edward  street,  Govanhill. 
Caldwell  Brothers,  fancy  skirt  manufacturers,  43  Vir- 
ginia street. 
Caldwell,  David,  house  factor,  21    Bath  street ;  ho. 

94  Florence  street. 
Caldwell,  David,  stationer  and  news  agent,  246  St. 

George's  road  ;  ho.  244  do. 
Caldwell,  Geo.,  &  Co.,  plumbers  and  gasfitters,  458 

Argyle  street. 
Caldwell,  George  B.  (of  H.  Caldwell  &  Sons),  house, 

Mauldslie  terrace,  London  road. 
Caldwell,  Hamilton  (of  H.  Caldwell  &  Sons),  house, 

Mauldslie  terrace,  London  road. 
Caldwell,  Hamilton,  &  Sons,   tanners,  curriers,  and 

leather    merchants    and      manufacturers,    Scotia 

Leather  Works,  Boden  street,  London  road. 
Caldwell,  Hugh,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,  143  Tron- 

gate ;  house,  Thistle  bank,  Pollokshields. 
Caldwell,  J.  &  A.,  glaziers  and  window  cleaners,  21 

Charlotte  street;  house,  45  Adelphi  terrace. 


Caldwell,   Jackson,  tea  dealer,  440   Crown  street  ; 

house,   438  do. 
Caldwell,  James  (of  Muir  &  Caldwell),  house,  6  Park 

Grove  terrace. 
Caldwell,  James,  provision  merchant,  326  Garscnbe 

road  ;  house,  29  Scotia  street. 
Caldwell,  James,  manager,  Grove  Park  Mills,  188 

North  Woodside  road. 
Caldwell,  James,  Fannery  buildings,  48  St.  Andrew's 

sq.;  house,  3  Hilton  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Caldwell,    James,    confectioner    and    purveyor,    65 

Tobago  street,  and  34  Nelson  street,  City ;    house, 

65  Tobago  street. 
Caldwell,  James  S.  (of  H.  Caldwell  &  Sons),  house, 

80  Brown  street,  Dalmarnock  road. 
Caldwell,  John,  grain  and  provision  dealer,  27  Green 

street,  Calton  ;  house,  4  Sidney  street. 
Caldwell,  John,  spirit  dealer,  37  Milton  street  and 

458  Keppochhill  road ;  house,  29  Scotia  street. 
Caldwell,  John,  butcher,  212  Main  street,  Bridgeton  ; 

house,  143  do. 
Caldwell,  John   Steward,  Glasgow   Royal  Asylum, 

Gartnavel. 
Caldwell,  John  R.  (of  James  M'Aulay  &  Co.),  house, 

11  Loudon  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Caldwell,  Peter,  slater  and  plasterer,  29  North  street ; 
house,  97  do. 

Caldwell,  Robert,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  72 
Stewart  street;  house,  110  Cambridge  street. 

Caldwell,  Robert,  church  officer,  St.  Vincent  street 
Established  Church,  Dover  street;  house,  25 
Breadalbane  street. 

Caldwell,  Thos.  (of  Caldwell  Brothers),  ho.  7  View- 
field  place,  Pollokshields. 

Caldwell,  Walter  (of  Wilson,  Caldwell,  &  Co.),  ho. 

12  Arlington  street. 

Caldwell,  W.  &  G.,  cabinetmakers  and  upholsterers, 
257  Sauchiehall  street;  works,  Park  road. 

Caldwell,  Wm.,  provision  merchant,  93  Maitland  St.; 
house,  25  Shamrock  street,  north. 

Caldwell,  Wm.,  house  factor,  grocer,  and  tobacconist, 
166  Main  street  and  1  Perth  street,  Anderston  ; 
house,  3  do. 

Caldwell,  Wm.,  writer  (of  Wilson,  Caldwell,  &  Fyfe), 
house,  3  Annfield  terrace,  west,  Partick  hill. 

Caldwell,  Wm. ,  tailor  and  clothier,  385  Govan  st. 

Caldwell,  W.  M.,  &  Co.,  oil  merchants,  58  Oswald 
street. 

Caldwell,  Mrs.,  cook  and  waitress,  1  Wemyss  place. 

Caldwell,  Miss  Anne,  draper,  226  Main  street, 
Anderston;  house,  104  Berkeley  street. 

Caldwell,  Janet,  milk  dealer,  374  Rutherglen  road. 

Caledonian  Bottle  Works  Co.,  72  Garngad  hill. 

Caledonian  Boot  House,  231  Cowcaddens. 

Caledonian  Building  Society ;  James  Blair,  C.A., 
manager,  97  West  George  street. 

Caledonian  Distillery  Office,  83  Jamaica  street ; 
James  Drysdale,  agent. 

Caledonian  Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Co.;  John 
Parker,  accountant,  agent,  58  West  Regent  street. 

Caledonian  Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Co.,  64 
St.  Vincent  st. ;  R.  Maconechy,  secy.,  Glasgow ; 
Adam  Knox,  surveyor;  agents,  W.  Stirling  &  Auld, 
20  St.  Vincent  pi.;  M'Clure,  Naismith,  Brodie,  and 
Macfarlane,  87  St.  Vincent  st.;  Q.  Dick  &  Robert- 
son. 104  W.  Regent  st.  ;  J.  Mann,  C.A.,  154  St. 
Vincent  street;  J.  Goodwin,  235  George  street; 
J.  Macdonald  &  Son,  109  Bath  st;  Blackburn, 
Low,  &  Co.,   8  Gordon  St.;  Hair  &  Stevenson,  79 


CALEDONIAN. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. 


-CALTON. 


135 


Robertson  st;  R.  Gait,  98  W.  George  st.;  G. 
M'Gregor,  53  W.  Regent  St.;  G.  Muir,  25  Bath  st.; 
Walter  Denham,  Royal  Bank,  130  Cowcaddens ; 
Walter  Galbraith,  91  Buchanan  st.;  T.  Smith,  Bank 
of  Scotlaod,  14  Main  St.,  s.s. ;  J.  A  Adam,  Royal 
Bank,  Garscube  Cross ;  W.  S.  Harvey,  Bank  of 
Scotland,  67  Canning  st.  ;  Thomas  Young,  Royal 
Bank,  Castle  st.;  Andersons  &  Pattison,  137  St. 
Vincent  street;  Anderson  &  Mackinnon,  175  W. 
George  st.;  Crawford  &  Herron,  104  W.  Regent 
St.;  Jamieson,  Son,  &  Maclae,  149  St.  Vincent 
St.;  Fisher  &  Watt,  183  St.  Vincent  St.;  Mackay 
&  Mackintosh,  194  St.  Vincent  St.;  A.  Ferguson 
&  J.  T.  T.  Brown,  58  West  Regent  St.;  William 
Neilson,  43  Renfield  st.;  Wm.  Dickson,  Royal 
Bank,  Trongate ;  Henry  Dallachy,  Royal  Bank, 
Crown  street ;  George  Hoy,  Royal  Bank,  Bridge- 
ton  ;  James  Hamilton,  Royal  Bank,  Eglinton  St.; 
Bannatyne  &  Whyte,  4  West  Nile  street ;  W.  G. 
&  J.  W.  Lindsay,  Bank  of  Scotland  buildings, 
George  sq.;  J.  C.  &  J.  Lee  Smith,  62  St.  Vincent 
street;  R.  &  T.  Sinclair,  14  Miller  street;  Colin 
Brown,  192  High  street;  G.  C.  Bruce,  33  Vir- 
ginia st. ;  Crawford  &  Shearer,  234  Thistle  st., 
s.s.;  R.  Stobo,  26  Bellgrove  St.;  R.  W.  Marshall, 
214  Kent  rd. ;  W.  Stewart,  179  Eglinton  street; 
Andrew  Dougall,  184  Gallowgate ;  George  Gray, 
73a  S.  Portland  st.;  P.  T.  Hendry,  79  Great 
Clyde  St.;  John  Hendry,  502  St.  Vincent  St.;  T. 
N.  Hart,  County  buildings;  Milton  &  Waddell, 
264  Duke  st.;  J.  J.  Robertson,  jun.,  80  Renfield 
St.;  John  Moss,  29  Waterloo  st.;  John  M'Kellar, 
11  Miller  st.;  John  Parker,  58  W.  Regent  St.; 
Alex.  Stewart,  47  W.  Milton  St.;  Scott  &  Car- 
ruthers,  144  W.  Regent  St.;  W.  Mackay,  119  W. 
George  St.;  Adam  Gossman,  79  Robertson  st.; 
James  A.  M'Lean,  163  St.  Vincent  st.  ;  Robert 
Graham,  Royal  Bank,  83  Crown  street ;  Wyse  & 
Stewart,  76  Wilson  street;  Alexander  Stewart, 
218  Saracen  street,  Possil  park;  W.  Johnstone, 
16  Hope  street;  W.  J.  Milligan.  180  West  Regent 
street. — See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

Caledonian  and  Hamilton  Railway  Station,  south 
side,  head  of  Main  street,  Gorbals. 

Caledonian  Insurance  Co.,  Fire  and  Life;  John  Mann, 
C.A.,  agent,  154  St.  Vincent  street. 

Caledonian  Insurance  Co.,  130  Cowcaddens ;  W. 
Denham,  agent. 

Caledonian  Permanent  Property  Investment  Co.  ; 
George  Walker,  manager,  223  Hope  street. 

Caledonian  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Co.,  head 
office,  131  Hope  street;  W.  M'Gavin  M'Culloch, 
managing  director ;  George  Mackie,  secretary. — 
See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 

Caledonian  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Co.;  John  Mann, 
C.A.,  agent,  154  St.  Vincent  street. 

Caledonian  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Co.;  John  Parker, 
accountant,  agent,  58  W.  Regent  st. 

Caledonian  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Co.;  Charles 
Hamilton,  agent,  33  Bath  street. 

Caledonian  Railway  Carting  Agents ;  Wordie 
&  Co.,  head  office,  49  West  Nile  street;  goods 
receiving  office,  9  Ann  st.,  off  Jamaica  street,  12 
Cochrane  st.,  14  Jackson  street,  8  Paul  street,  62 
West  street,  s.s.,  38  Oak  street,  Anderston,  12 
Canning  street,  Calton. 

Caledonian  Railway  Lodge,  No.  354  Masonic,  213 
Buchanan  st. ;  John  Harley,  R.W.M. 

Caledonian  Railway  Station,  head  of  Buchanan  st. 


Caledonian  Railway  Trackage  Department,  Forth 
and  Clyde  Canal ;  head  office,  11  Germiston  st. ; 
stables,  464  Dobbie's  loan. 

Caledonian  Railway  Carting  Superintendent's  office, 
11  Germiston  street. 

Caledonian  Railway  Carting  Department; 
head  office,  26  Waterloo  st.;  goods  receiving  and 
enquiry  offices,  24  Waterloo  street,  164  Trongate, 
Orr  street,  Bridgeton  Cross,  and  Buchanan  st., 
Eglinton  st.,  South  Side  General  Terminus, 
Bridgeton  and  Stobcross  Stations  ;  James  Morton, 
district  superintendent. 

Caledonian  Railway  Co.'s  Head  Offices,  302  Bu- 
chanan st.;  James  Smithells,  general  manager. 

Caledonian  Railway  Factor's  Office,  75  Union  st. 

Caledonian  Railway  General  Goods  Manager's  Office, 
302  Buchanan  street. 

Caledonian  Railway  Co.'s  General  Office ;  A.  Fergus- 
son,  treasurer. 

Caledonian  Railway  Co.'s  Goods  Station,  Buchanan 
street  and  Killermont  street. 

Caledonian  Railway  Co.,  goods  and  mineral  station, 
Crow  road,  Partick,  John  Bryden,  superintendent. 

Caledonian  Railway  Solicitor's  Office,  302  Buchanan 
street ;  James  Kerr,  writer,  solicitor. 

Caledonian  Railway  Traffic  Audit  Office,  4  West 
Regent  street. 

Caledonian  Temperance  Hotel,  296  Buchanan  st, 
John  M'Kenzie. 

Caledonian  Tube  Company,  boiler  tube  manu- 
facturers, Coatbridge. 

CALLAGHAN,  Patrick,  broker,  234  Garscube  road  ; 
house,  8  Mathieson  road. 

CALLAHAN,  William,  slater,  Allander  st,  Possil 
park;  house,  77  Barloch  st  do. 

Callahan,  William,  lightning  conductor  and  filtre 
manufacturer,  79  Barloch  St.,  Possil  park. 

CALLAN,  William,  spirit  merchant,  56  Barrack 
street;  bouse,  341  Gallowgate. 

CALLENDER,  Adam  (of  G.P.O.),  ho.  405  Eglinton  st 

Callander,  A.  &  J.,  drapers  and  shirt  manufacturers, 
8  Kirk  street,  s.s. 

Callander,  Mrs.  Peter,  bread  and  biscuit  shop,  409 
Eglinton  street;  house,  405  do. 

Callander,  Misses,  33a  Burnbank  gardens. 

Callander  and  Oban  Railway  Co. ;  J.  Anderson, 
secretary,  4  Bath  street. 

Callander  Hydropathic  Co.  (Limited),  Jas.  Affleck, 
C.A.,  secretary,  115  St  Vincent  st 

CALLEN,  James,  sailmaker  (foreman),  114  Broomie- 
law ;  house,  77  West  street,  Kingston. 

CALLOW,  Frederick,  ticket  writer  and  lithographer, 
48  Stockwell  street. 

CALLUM,  John,  grocer,  58  Candleriggs ;  house, 
122  N.  Frederick  st. 

Callum,  Mrs.  Charles,  4  Parkgrove  terrace. 

Callum,  Mrs.,  hosier  and  draper,  68  Cowcaddens; 
house,  24  Garscadden  street. 

CALTON,  James,  M.,  moddeller  and  sign  carver, 
model  horses,  life-size,  for  saddlers  and  coach- 
builders,  VS.,  stables,  &c,  3  Cavendish  place, 
Port  Eglinton;  house,  1  Ethel  pi.,  Pollokshields. — 
See  Advt. 

Calton,  Mile-end,  and  Bridgeton  Mechanics'  Institu- 
tion, 46  Canning  street. 

Calton  Mission   Church  and  School,  32  Bell  street 

Calton  Parish  Church,  Tobago  street,  Rev.  John 
Murray. 

Calton  Post  Office,  4  Abercromby  street. 


136 


CALTON. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. 


-CAMERON. 


Calton  Registry   Office,  44   Canning   street ;   Alex. 

Waddell,  registrar ;  James  Moore,  assistant. 
Calton   Spinning  Co.,  cotton  spinners,  358  Broad 

street. 
Calton  Spinning  Co.,  cotton  spinners,  17  Exchange 

square. 
CALVERT,  E.  Sherwood,  artist,  114  West  Campbell 

street ;  house,  23  Belmont  street,  Hillhead. 
CAMACHO,    H.    J.    M.,    wine    shipper,    Madeira ; 

Robertson  &  Baxter,  agents,  48  West  Nile  street. 
Cambridge  Hall,  J.  C.  Galloway,  proprietor,  120 

Cambridge  street ;  house,  do. 
Cambridge  Vaults  and  Restaurant,  4  Carlton  court, 

off  Bridge  street  ;  Robert  Dick,  proprietor. 
Cambuslang  Colliery  Office,  coal  masters,  79  West 

Nile  street. 
Camelon   Iron   Company,    ironfounders,    Camelon 

Ironworks,  Falkirk. 
CAMERON,  Adam,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  41 

Gibson  street,  Hillhead;  ho.  24  Claremont  st. 
Cameron,    Alex.,    teacher,    Milton    Public    School, 

Milton  st.;  ho.  19  Laigh  Cartside  st.,  Johnstone. 
Cameron,   Alexander,    merchant,   74    Bath   street; 

house,  2  South  Apsley  place. 
Cameron,  Alex.,  lieutenant  of  police,  Central  Police 

chambers  ;  ho.  44  Dorset  street. 
Cameron,  Alex.,  commission  agent,  390  Govan  st.,  s.s. 
Camerom,  Alex.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  35  Clyde 

place;  house,  Bishopton. 
Cameron,  Alex.,  wright,  36  Abercorn  st. ;  house,  4 

Cromwell  street. 
Cameron,  Alex.  (Henry  Lawson  &  Sons),  house,  7 

Scotia  street. 
Cameron,  Alex.,  stationer  and  bookseller,  7  Canon 

street;  house  281  New  City  road. 
Cameron,    Rev.  Allan,   Free  Gselic   Church;    ho.  4 

Woodville,  Copeland  road,  Govan. 
Cameron,  Allan  sen.  (of  Thomson  &  Cameron),  ho. 

408  Parliamentary  road. 
Cameron,    Allan,    church    officer,    Finnieston    Free 

Church  ;  ho.  25  Woodburn  ter.,  Kelvinhaugh  st. 
Cameron,  Allan,  dairyman,  111  Stobcross  street. 
Cameron,  Allan,  &  Son,  horse  shoers  and  smiths,  45 

Fitzroy  la.  and  81  Claremont  St.;  ho.  47  Fitzroy  la. 
CameroD,  Allan,  dairyman,  6  Mains  st.,  off  Argyle 

street. 
Cameron,  Allan,  grocer.  7  Buckingham  ter.,  Partick ; 

resid.  Rose  cottage,  Crow  road,  Partick. 
Cameron,  Angus,  bellhanger,  gasfitter,  &  brassfounder, 

70  Great  Western  road. 
Cameron,   Angus    M'K.,    tailor   and    clothier,    310 

Argyle  street ;  house,  115  Rottenrow  street. 
Cameron,  Archd.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  50  Cheap- 
side  street ;  house,  386  Dumbarton  road. 
Cameron,  A.,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  102   Cedar 

street;  house,  34  Prince's  street,  Govan. 
Cameron,  Arch.,  teacher,  Greenside  st.  Public  school; 

house,  99  South  Portland  street. 
Cameron,  B.,  house  factor  and  insurance  agent,  7 

Grange  terrace,  Langside. 
Cameron,  Charles,  M.D.,  LL.D.,  M.P.,  managing 

proprietor,  Daily  Mail ;  ho.  80  St.  George's  square, 

London. 
Cameron,  Charles,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  190  Hope 

st.  and  270  Thistle  St.,  s.s.;  ho.  129  Cambridge  st. 
Cameron,  Colin,  provision    merchant,    10  Cleveland 

street;  house,  21  Claremont  street. 
Cameron  &  Campbell,  chemical  manufacturers,  106 

New  road,  Parkhead. 


Cameron,    Daniel,    hatter,  75    Cowcaddens;    house, 

36  Bank  street,  Hillhead. 
Cameron,  Daniel,  smith,  37  Clyde  st.,  Port  Dundas ; 

house,  40  Grove  street. 
Cameron,  D.,  &  Co.,  engineers,  smiths,boiler  makers, 

chain  makers,  and  makers  of  Henderson's  patent 

Derrick  cranes,  wrought  by  hand  or  steam,    and 

all  other  kinds  of  cranes  wrought  by  hand  or  steam, 

steam  hoists,  mortar  mills,  pumps,  steam  and  hand 

winches,  valves,  and  all  kinds  of  contractors  and 

quarriers'  plant     Stock  always  on  hand ;  Spring- 
field Iron-works,  80  &  88  M'Neil  street. 
Cameron,    David,    wine    and    spirit    merchant,    72 

George  st.;  ho.  118  Ingleby  drive,  Dennistonn. 
Cameron,  Don.,flesher,  165  Caledonia  rd. ;  ho.  167  do. 
Cameron,  Donald,  mercantile  and  commission  agent 

574  Gallowgate.  ' 

Cameron,  Donald  R.,  surgeon  dentist,  70  Renfrew 

street. 
Cameron,  Donald,  G.P.O. ;  house,  137  Rose  street,  s.s. 
Cameron,    Donald,    wine    and    spirit  merchant,  10 

Charlotte  street ;  house,  156  Gallowgate. 
Cameron,   Donald    (T.   A.    Anderson's,    227    West 

George  street). 
Cameron,  Donald,  provision  merchant,  45  Ardgowan 

street,  s.s.;  ho.  83  Dale  street,  s.8. 
Cameron,    Donald,    victualler,  137   Canning  street, 

Calton  ;  house,  141  do. 
Cameron,  Donald,  spirit  dealer,  48  Rose  street,  s.s.; 

house,  137  Crown  street. 
Cameron,  Donald,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  81 

Cadogan  st. 
Cameron,  Donald,  surveyor,  44  Dorset  st. 
Cameron,  Donald,    grocer   and  provision  merchant, 

108  Castlebank  St.;  ho.  61  do. 
Cameron,  Dugald,  heddle  and  reed  manufacturer,  66 

London  road ;  house,  9  Binnie  place. 
Cameron,   D.  H.  &  Co.,  woollen  manufacturers  and 

agents,  40  St.  Enoch  sq.;  ho.  13  Hampden  ter., 

Mt.  Florida. 
Cameron,  Dugald,  smith,    gasfitter,    bellhanger,  and 

stair  railer,  142  North  street  and  Portland  place, 

Govan  ;  house,  26  Kelvin  drive. 
Cameron,  Dugald,  spirit  merchant,  90  Rose  street; 

house,  98  Gt.  Hamilton  street. 
Cameron,    Dugald,    wine    and   spirit   merchant,  16 

Main  st.,  Calton ;  ho.  98  Gt.  Hamilton  st. 
Cameron,    Duncan,  wine    and   spirit  merchant,  306 

and  308  Argyle  street  and  1  Wellington  street ; 

house,  36  Cleveland  street. 
Cameron,  Duncan,  wine  and    spirit  merchant,  355 

Eglinton  street  and  53  Allison  street,  Govanhill ; 

house,  6  Crown  place,  Langside  road,  Crosshill. 
Cameron,  Duncan,  broker,  16  Prince's  st.,  city;  ho. 

12  do. 

Cameron,  Duncan  (of  Cameron  &  Ferguson),  house, 

13  Parkgrove  terrace,  west. 

Cameron  &  Ferguson,  wholesale  and  export  stationers, 
88  West  Nile  street ;  works,  Catherine  lane,  Stir- 
ling road;   stores,  170  Buchanan  street. 

Cameron,  Gregoria  Martinez  de,  14  Milton  terrace, 
Langside. 

Cameron,  Rev.  Geo.  G.,  A.M.,  minister  of  Free  St. 
John's ;  house,  107  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Cameron,  Hector  C,  M.D.,  27  Elmbank  crescent. 

Cameron,  Hugh  P.,  wright,  64  Douglas  street ;  ho. 
6  Willowbank  crescent. 

Cameron,  Hugh,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  107,  109 
Stockwell  street;  house,  34  Abbotsford  pi.  • 


CAMERON.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-CAMERON. 


137 


Cameron,  Hugh,  spirit  dealer,  1  Vermont  street;  ho. 

6  do. 
Cameron,  Hugh,  &  Son,  dyers,  11  Ann  st.,  Bridgeton; 

ho.  9  Newhall  ter. 
Cameron,  Hugh,  commercial  traveller,  14  Broughton 

St.,  Edinburgh;  ho.  7  Allanton  ter.,  Govanhill. 
Cameron,  H.,  engineer  (of  D.  Cameron  &  Co.),  ho. 

140  Govan  street. 
Cameron,  Jas.,  provision  merchant,  397  Gallowgate. 
Cameron,  James,  printer  and  manufacturing  stationer, 

217  Buchanan  street. 
Cameron,  James,  tailor,  79  Shamrock  st.,  west. 
Cameron,  James,  tailor,  167  George  st.  ho.  100  do. 
Cameron's,  Jas.,  Trustees,  gas  burner  manufacturers, 

76  Lancefield  street. 
Cameron,   James,  Royal    Polytechnic ;    house,    84 

Cumberland  street,  s.s. 
Cameron,  James,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  54  Renfrew 

street ;  house,  59  do. 
Cameron,  James,  dentist,  149  Main  street,  Gorbals. 
Cameron,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  49  Soho 

street ;  house,  365  Duke  street. 
Cameron,  Rev.  James,  M.A.,  Victoria  Free  church ; 

residence,  Ravenscraig,  Aytoun  rd.,  Pollokshields. 
Cameron,  James  W.  (of  N.  and  J.  W.  Cameron),  ho. 

Minaville,  Shawlands. 
Cameron,  John,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  389 

Garscube  road  and  22  Elderslie  street ;  house,  461 

St.  George's  road. 
Cameron,  John  (of  G.  P.  0.),  house,  67  Grafton  st. 
Cameron,  John,  grain  merchant  (of  Thomson  Bros. 

&  Cameron),  23  to  27  College  St.;  house,  45  Ben- 

tinck  street. 
Cameron,  John,  tobacconist,  268  Gallowgate ;  house, 

4  M'Farlane  street. 
Cameron,    John,    oil    and    colour    merchant,    384 

Govan  street. 
Cameron,  John,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  189 

Allander  st.;  ho.  191  do. 
Cameron,   John,   maker   of  steam  pumps,  Salford, 

Manchester.      Agent — Joseph     Johnston,     375 

Duke  street. 
Cameron,  John,  spirit  merchant,  304  London  road ; 

ho.  153  do. 
Cameron,  John  B.,  marine  consulting  and  superin- 
tending engineer,  108  Elderslie  st. 
Cameron,  John,  teacher,  Kinning  Park  Public  School, 

ho.  6  Hyndland  street. 
Cameron,  John  (of  Cameron  &  Roberton),  residence, 

South  Bank  House,  Kirkintilloch. 
Cameron,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  4  Mains  street. 
Cameron,  John,  printer  and  manufacturing  stationer, 

217  Buchanan  st. ;  ho.  2  Albertie  ter.,  Hillhead. 
Cameron,  John,  tobacconist,  58  Carrick  street. 
Cameron,    John,    publisher,    wholesale   and   export 

manufacturing  stationer,  47  York  street ;  house, 
'     23  Windsor  terrace. 
Cameron,  John,  liquidator,  City  of  Glasgow  Bank, 

24  Virginia  street;  ho.  17  Belmont  cres.,  Hillhead. 
Cameron,  John  (of  Thorn  &  Cameron),  house,  Vista- 

bella  villa,  Pollokshields. 
Cameron,  John,  grocer,  122  Portugal  street ;  house, 

35  Warwick  street. 
Cameron,  John,  dairyman,  424  Crown  street. 
Cameron,  J.  &  P.,  general  carriers,  contractors, 

and  agents  for  the  North  British  Railway  in  con- 
nection with  the  North  Eastern,  Great  Northern, 

Great  North  of  Scotland,  Highland,  and  Caledonian 

Railways;  head  office,  31  Dundas   street;   goods 


receiving  offices,  10  North  Queen  st.,  44  Brunswick 
street,  54  Wellington  street,  28  Brown  street,  83, 
85  Garngad  road,  and  College,  Camlachie,  and 
Sighthill  railway  stations. 

Cameron,  J.  &  R.,  butchers,  399  Garscube  road ;  ho. 
379  do. 

Cameron,  Lindsay,  tinsmith  and  gasfitter,  6  Herbert- 
son  street ;  ho.  4  do. 

Cameron  &  M'Connell,  plumbers  and  gasfitters,  144a 
Broomielaw. 

Cameron,  N.  &  J.  W.,  auctioneers,  house  factors,  and 
fire,  life,  and  plate  glass  insurance  agents,  123  W. 
George  street,  and  85  King  street,  Pollokshaws. 

Cameron,  Nicol  (of  N.  &  J.  W.  Cameron),  house, 
Gowanbrae,  Mansesvood,  Pollokshaws. 

Cameron,  Peter  (of  J.  &  P.  Cameron),  house,  6  Re- 
gent terrace,  Edinburgh. 

Cameron,  Peter  H.  (of  M'Lean  &  Cameron),  house, 
7  Cathedral  street. 

Cameron,  Robert,  furniture  dealer,  265  Paisley  road  ; 
house,  230  do. 

Cameron,  Robert,  sewed  muslin  designer  and  per- 
forator, 180  Pollokshaws  road. 

Cameron,  R.  J.,  traveller  (J.  S.  M'Gill  &  Co.),  ho. 
76  Douglas  street. 

Cameron,  R.  M. ,  printer  and  stationer,  106  Dunlop 
street ;  ho.  6  Lonsdale  ter.,  Edinburgh. 

Cameron,  R.  M.,  printer,  publisher,  and  wholesale 
and  retail  school  stationer,  205  Bucbaoan  street. 

Cameron,  Rev.  R.,of  Cambridge  Street  U.P.  Church; 
house,  109  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 

Cameron  &  Roberton,  architectural,  pipe,  and 
general  ironfounders ;  rain-water  pipes,  gutters,  and 
all  builders'  and  plumbers'  castings,  hot-water  heat- 
ing apparatus;  gas,  water,  and  steam  pipes;  gates, 
railing  crestings,  baths,  &c,  South  Bank  Iron- 
works and  Star  Foundry,  Kirkintilloch. 

Cameron,  Roderick,  mason  and  builder,  5  Melrose 
place,  Paisley  road. 

Cameron,  Samuel,  timber  merchant  and  hammer 
shaft  turner,  &c,  St.  Rollox  Saw  Mills,  20  Baird 
street ;  house,  3  Holmhead  street. 

Cameron,  Samuel  S.,  officer,  St.  Paul's  Free  Church  ; 
house,  90  North  Frederick  street. 

Cameron,  Thomas,  lithographer  and  printer,  88 
John  street. 

Cameron,  Thos.  (of  G.  P.  O.),  ho.  39  Old  Dumbarton 
road. 

Cameron,  Wm.  W.,  brush  and  basket  manu- 
facturer, 19  Carlton  place,  s.s. ;  workshop,  13£  E. 
Howard  street. — See  Advt.  in  App. 

Cameron,  Wm.  (of  Heggie  &  Cameron),  residence,  Glen 
Morven  cottage,  Shawlands. 

Cameron,  Wm.,  warehouseman,  91  Gt.  Hamilton  st. 

Cameron,  William,  remnant  warehouse,  17  East 
Russell  street. 

Cameron,  Wm.,  stationer,  47  York  street ;  ho.  333 
Dumbarton  road. 

Cameron,  William,  printer,  bookbinder,  and  stationer, 
169  St.  George's  road  ;  ho.  168  do. 

Cameron,  William,  family  grocer  and  provision  men, 
106  Renfield  street ;  house,  24  Claremont  street. 

Cameron,  Mrs.  Alex.,  7  Burnbank  terrace. 

Cameron,  Mrs.  Anne,  spirit  dealer,  118,  120  Main 
street,  Bridgeton;  house,  122  do. 

Cameron,  Mrs.  George,  10  Rocklea  ter.,  Roxburgh 
st.,  Hillhead. 

Cameron,  Mrs.  John,  draper  and  hosier,  183  Main 
street,  Bridgeton  ;  house,  182  do. 

E2 


138 


CAMERON.- 


-GENERAL   DIRECTORY. 


-CAMPBELL. 


Cameron,  Mrs.,  stationer  and  smallwares,  5  Melrose 
place,  Paisley  road;  house,  4  do. 

Cameron,  Mrs.  John,  28  Park  circus. 

Cameron,  Mrs.  John,  tobacconist,  33  Main  street, 
s.s. ;  ho.  5  Norfolk  street. 

Cameron,  Miss  A,  milliner,  407  Sauchiehall  street. 

Cameron,  Miss  Jessie,  milliner,  21  Trongate ;  house, 
52  Rose  street,  Garnethill. 

Cameron,  Miss  J.  M.,  sale  shop,  288  High  st.  ;  ho. 
171  West  Graham  street. 

Cameron,  Miss  Maggie,  hardware  and  fancy  goods 
mercht.,  294  London  road  ;  ho.  128^  do. 

Cameron,  Miss  Mary,  miliner,  324  St.  Vincent  st. ; 
house,  4  Gray  st. 

Cameron,  Elizabeth,  Lanark  dairy,  88  North  st. 

Cameron,  Marion,  pawnbroker,  8  Sauchiehall  street. 

Camlachie  Station,  N.B.  Railway  Co.,  East  Nelson 
street ;  William  Anderson,  station  agent. 

CAMMELL,  C,  &  Co.  (Limited),  Sheffield,  manu- 
facturers of  rolled  iron  armour  plates  to  the  Ad- 
miralty, Ordnance  forgings,  &c.  Cast  steel  rails 
to  any  section,  bars,  plates,  &c;  cast  steel 
straight  and  crank  axles,  shafts,  piston  rods,  crank 
pins,  connecting  rods,  &c;  solid  cast  steel  tyres 
without  weld;  railway  springs  and  buffers  of 
every  description ;  cast,  shear,  German,  spring, 
and  blister  steel,  and  best  refined  cast  steel  files. 
Sole  agent,  Wm.  Lester,  Coal  Exchange,  58  Ren- 
field  street. 

CAMPBELL,  Achnach,  &  Co.,  waterproof  and  india- 
rubber  manufacturers,  23  and  25  Jamaica  street. 

Campbell,  Adam,  218  Great  Western  road. 

Campbell,  A.  &  J.,  bootmakers,  235  Cowcaddens. 

Campbell,  Alexander,  &  Son,  engineers  and  boiler- 
makers,  29  Anderston  quay  ;  house,  155  North  st. 

Campbell,  Alexander  (at  Stewart  and  M'Donald's), 
house,  12  Colebrooke  st,  Billhead. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  14 
Myrtle  street,  75  and  77  Cedar  street;  house,  24 
Myrtle  street,  off  St.  George's  road. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  &  Son,  rosin  distillers,  oil 
refiners,  grease  and  varnish  manufacturers,  270 
Crownpoint  road. 

Campbell,  Alexander  (of  Campbell  &  Tudhope), 
house,  Annfield  Cottage,  Bishopbriggs. 

Campbell,  Alexander  (of  Alex.  Campbell  &  Son), 
3  Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  69  Armadale  street,  Dennistoun. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  jun.,  &  Co.,  sole  manufacturers  of 
Campbell's  Sheep-Dipping  Composition,  merchts. 
and  commission  agents,  &c,  83  Pitt  street. 

Campbell,  Alexander  (of  Crosbie,  Campbell,  &  Co), 
house,  26  Lilybank  road. 

Campbell,  Alexander  (of  Stewart  &  Campbell),  171 
West  Graham  street. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  plasterer,  12  Salkeld  st,  off  Cook 
street ;  ho.  4  Abbotsford  place. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  paper  ruler,  50  St.  Mary's  lane; 
ho.  15  Warwick  street. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  horse  dealer,  26  Gateside  st. ;  ho. 
9  do. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  baker,  281  Gallowgate  ;  ho.  131 
Barrack  st. 

Campbell,  Alex.,  grocer  and  provision  merchant, 
174  North  street ;  ho.  173  Shamrock  st. 

Campbell,  Alex,  (of  Sinclair  &  Campbell),  house,  16 
Grafton  st. 

Campbell,  A.  (of  R.  &  A  Campbell),  res.  Belltrees, 
Lochwinnoch. 


Campbell,  Allan,  accountant,  house  factor,  and  insur- 
ance agent,  122  Wellington  street;  house,  3 
Wendover  cres.,  Mount  Florida. 

Campbell,  Andrew  (of  Campbell,  M'Donald,  &  Co.), 
house,  86  Ardgowan  street. 

Campbell,  Andrew,  omnibus  proprietor,  New  Cath- 
cart ;  house,  Lorn  place. 

Campbell,  Andrew,  provision  merchant,  73  North 
street ;  ho.  514  St.  Vincent  st- 

Campbell,  Angus,  writer,  109  West  George  street; 
house,  163  Berkeley  street. 

Campbell,  Angus  (Chas.  Glass  &  Co.),  house,  31a 
Elderslie  street. 

Campbell,  Archd.,  cab  and  carriage  hirer,  36  Scotia 
street. 

Campbell,  Archd.,  writer,  116  W.  Regent  st. 

Campbell,  Archibald  (at  Hood,  Morton,  &  Co.'s), 
house,  1  Avoudale  place,  Paisley  road. 

Campbell,  Archd.,  &  Co.,  brewers,  Edinburgh  ;  agents, 
Hope  &  King,  140  West  George  street. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  musical  instrument  maker, 
pianoforte  and  music  seller,  and  pianoforte  tuner, 
77  Jamaica  st;  ho.  16  Ashfield  ter.,  Hillhead. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  grain  and  flour  merchant,  57 
West  Campbell  street. 

Campbell,  Archd.,  &  Co.,  marine  insurance  brokers, 
Royal  Exchange  court,  85  Qaeen  st. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  draper  and  hosier,  101  Dum- 
barton road  ;  house,  3  Minerva  street. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  provision  merchant,  184  New 
City  road  ;  ho.  3  Gardner  street. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  oil  and  colourman  and  house 
factor,  105  Rottenrow. 

Campbell,  Archd.  (of  Archd.  Campbell  &  Co.,  marine 
insurance  brokers),  res   Elmpark,  Helensburgh. 

Campbell,  Archd.  T.  (at  Wm.  Heggie  &  Co.'s),  ho. 
79  Scott  st,  Garnethill. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  grain  and  provision  merchant, 
27  Hope  street;  house,  11  Albert  drive,  Crossbill. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  &  Co.,  engineers,  millwrights, 
iron  and  brass  founders,  manufacturers  of  builders' 
machinery,  Vulcan  works,  Thrapstone,  North- 
amptonshire, and  71a  Finnieston  street. 

Campbell,  A.  L.,  79  Scott  street,  Garnethill. 

Campbell  &  Ballocb,  shawl  and  woollen  manufac- 
turers, 28  Royal  Exchange  square. 

Campbell,  Barr,  &  Peddie,  wholesale  cabinetmakers, 
upholsterers,  and  upholsterers' finishers,  61  and  63 
John  street. 

Campbell,  the  Brick  and  Tile  Company  Mannfac- 
turers,  Stoke-on-Trent,  142  Bath  street. 

Campbell,  Charles,  jeweller,  optician,  and  electro- 
gilder,  37  Nelson  street,  city  ;  house,  350  Scot- 
land street,  s.s. 

Campbell,  Charles  (at  John  Fergusson  &  Brothers'), 
house,  3  Church  street,  Partick. 

Campbell,  Charles  H.  (of  Martin  Turner  &  Co.), 
residence,  Millfield,  Polmont. 

Campbell,  Charles,  grocer  and  provision  merchant, 
16  Glebe  street. 

Campbell,  Charles,  china  and  crystal  merchant,  3 
Renton  terrace,  Crossbill ;  house,  2  do. 

Campbell,  Colin,  220  Hope  street. 

Campbell,  Colin  (of  Campbell  &  Balloch),  house,  13 
Parkgrove  terrace. 

Campbell,  Colin,  tobacconist  and  general  furnisher, 
218  Main  street,  Bridgeton ;  house,  220  do. 

Campbell,  Colin  (of  James  Laing  &  Co.),  house,  10 
Lynedoch  place. 


CAMPBELL.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY.- 


-CAMPBELL. 


139 


Campbell,  C.  &  D.,  spirit  merchants,  257,  259   Gal- 

lowgate  ;  house,  255  do. 
Campbell,   Colin    (of  M'Kenzie,  Campbell,  &  Co.), 

house,  4  Linden  terrace,  Pollokshields. 
Campbell,  Colin,  contractor,  82  John  st.,  Bridgeton. 
Campbell,    Colin,    wine    and    spirit    merchant,    55 

London  street ;  house,  7  Florence  place. 
Campbell,  Colonel,  of  Blythswood,  150  W.  Regent  st; 

residence,  Blythswood  House,  Renfrew. 
Campbell  &  Co.,  chemical  manufacturers,  47  Coch- 
ran street  and  Cartvale  Chemical  Works,  Paisley. 
Campbell  &  Co.,  music  sellers,  103  Trongate. 
Campbell  &  Co.,  merchants,  Madeira  buildings,  263 

Argyle  street. 
Campbell   &    Co.,   laundry   and    muslin   curtain 

finishing   establishment,     10    Gardener    St.,     90 

Woodlands  road,  and  5  Victoria  buildings,  Byars' 

road,  Hillbead. 
Campbell  &  Co.,  commission  merchants,  Madeira 

buildings,  263  Argy  e  street. 
Campbell   &    Co.,   commission   agents,    Madeira 

buildings,  263  Argyle  street. 
Campbell  &  Co.,  manufacturers  ;  offices  and  ware- 
house, Madeira  buildings,  263  Argyle  street ;  mills, 

near  Glasgow. 
Campbell,  Daniel,  reedmaker,  129  Brook  st.,  Mile  end. 
Campbell,  Daniel,   commission  agent,  119  Virginia 

place  ;  bouse,  Stanley  cottage,  Langside. 
Campbell,  Daniel,  ironmonger  and  general  tool  dealer, 

17  Findlay  street;  house,  19  do. 
Campbell,    Daniel,    stationery,    hardware,    &c,  201 

St.  James'  cross,  Stirling  road  ;  ho.  182  do. 
Campbell,  Daniel,   coppersmith,  tinsmith,  and  gas- 
fitter,  33  New  wynd;  ho.  361  Crown  street. 
Campbell,   D.   A.  (of  D.    Campbell  &  Son),  resid. 

Heathfield,  Lenzie. 
Campbell,  David  &  Son,  wine  merchants,  126  St. 

Vincent  street. 
Campbell,  David ;  residence,  Heathfield,  Lenzie. 
Campbell,  David  (of  Isaac  Summerhill  &  Co.),  ho. 

447  Sauchiehall  street. 
Campbell,  David  A.   (at  J.  &  B.  Stevenson's),  ho. 

39  Bank  street,  Hillhead. 
Campbell,  David,  consulting  engineer  and  inspector  of 

machinery,  151  Eglinton  street;  house,  4  Prince's 

square,  Strathbungo. 
Campbell,  D.,  agent,  East  Coast  Railways,  Sighthill 

station  ;  house,  93  Golfhill  terrace,  Dennistoun. 
Campbell,  Donald,  spirit  merchant,  46  Dalmarnock 

road  ;  house,  44  do. 
Campbell,  Donald  (of  Campbell  &  Hall),  house,  5 

Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 
Campbell,  Dugald,  typer  and  printcutter;  all  kinds 

of   stamps  coppered  and   cut,    or   typed   on  the 

shortest   notice,  119  Virginia  street;   house,    35 

Kelvinside  avenue. 
Campbell,    Dugald,  clothier,    outfitter,    hosier,    and 

hatter,  34  Eglinton  street. 
Campbell,  Dugald,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  49  and 

51  Cambridge  street ;  house,  28  do. 
Campbell,   Dugald,   baker  and  soiree  purveyor,  737 

Gallowgate;  house,  711  do. 
Campbell,  Dugald,  leather  merchant,    80    Morrison 

street,  s.s.  ;  house,  41  Clarence  street,  s.s. 
Campbell,  Duncan,  109  Golfhill  terrace,  Dennistoun. 
Campbell,  Duncan,  assistant  teacher,  Bridgeton  Public 

School;  house,  217  Broad  street,  Mile  end. 
Campbell,  Duncan,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  364 

Dumbarton  rd.,  Partick ;  house,  Fairlie  Bank,  do. 


Campbell,  Duncan,  G.P.O. ;  ho.  9  Clarendon  street, 

Partick. 
Campbell,    Duncan,    engineer   and   ironfounder   (of 

Kesson  &  Campbell),  ho.  Meadow  pi.,  Skelmorlie. 
Campbell,  Duncan,  grocer,  311  Garscube  road. 
Campbell,  Duncan,  general  officer,  7  Carlton  place. 
Campbell,  Duncan,  &  Son,  manufacturing  stationers, 

96  St.  Vincent  street. 
Campbell,   Duncan  (of  Duncan  Campbell   &    Son), 

house,  14  Burnbank  gardens. 
Campbell,  D.   R.,  surgeon   dentist,  173   Shamrock 

street,  W. 
Campbell,  D.   M.   &  Co.,  ironmongers,  17  Findlay 

street ;  house,  Gourock. 
Campbell,   D.   &   Co.,    smiths  and  horseshoers  55 

Stirling  street,  Cowcaddens. 
Campbell,  D.,  draper,  580  Springburn  road ;  house, 

48  Argyle  place,  Springburn. 
Campbell,  D.,  &  Co.,  lathsplitters,  359  St.  Vincent  st. 
Campbell,  Edward,  127  Fiulay  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Campbell,  E.,  bootmaker,  32  Nelson  st,  s.s.;  ho.  54 

Commerce  street 
Campbell,  Rev.  George,  minister,  Wynd  Free  Church ; 

house,  10  Royal  terrace,  Queen's  drive. 
Campbell,  George  Lewis,  Free  Church  minister,  16 

Oswald  street ;  house,  11  Prince's  st,  Pollokshields. 
Campbell,   George,  shoemaker,    4  Sandyford  street  ; 

house,  17  Houldsworth  street. 
Campbell,    George,  shirtmaker,    hosier,    glover, 

and  ladies'  outfitter,  70,  72  St.  Vincent  st.  ;  ho. 

42  Hill  St.,  Garnet  hill. 
Campbell,  Geo.  (of  Campbell,  Achnach,  &  Co.),  ho. 

93  South  Portland  street 
Campbell,  Gilbert,  surgeon,  239a  Dalmarnock  road, 

Bridgeton;  house,  Green  lodge,  157  Greenhead  st. 
Campbell,  Captain  G.  M.  (at  G.  &  J.   Burns'),  30 

Jamaica  street ;  ho.  246  Saracen  st,  Possil  park. 
Campbell  &  Gilmore,  whip  and  thong  makers,  114 

Trongate. 
Campbell  &  Goodfellow,  wholesale  and  export  cabi- 
net and  chair  manufacturers,  cabinet  makers  and 

upholsterers'   furnishers,  97    West  Campbell  st. ; 

factory,  Maryhill. 
Campbell  &  Hall,  ship  chandlers  and  flag  makers, 

136  Broomielaw. 
Campbell  &  Hattan,  coppersmiths  and  brassfounders, 

makers    of  vacuum  pans,    fire   and  steam  stills, 

brewing  coppers,  and  every  description  of  copper 

and  brass  work  for  marine  and  locomotive  engines, 

Kinning  Park  copper  works,  St.  James  st.  Paisley  rd. 
Campbell  &  Henry,  wholesale  grocers,  tea  merchants, 

and  importers,  75  Argyle  street 
Campbell,  Hugh,  detective  officer,  15  Tobago  street ; 

house,  166  Great  Hamilton  street. 
Campbell,   Hugh,  jun.    (of  Campbell   &    Co.,    263 

Argyle  street),  house,  45  Bank  street,  Hillhead. 
Campbell,  Hugh,  general  dealer,  60  Princes  street ; 

house,  17  George  street. 
Campbell,  Hugh,  sen.  (at  J.  &  A.  Scott  &  Co.'s), 

house,  Haymount,  Cambuslang. 
Campbell,  Hugh  (at  Kerr,  Andersons,  Muir,  &  Main's), 

bo.  46  Cambridge  street. 
Campbell,  James,  &  Co.,  packing-box,  zinc,  and  tin- 
case   makers,   76   High  John  street ;    house,    12 

Dalhousie  street. 
Campbell,  James,  &  Co.,  provision  curers,  75  Lily- 
bank  road. 
Campbell,  James,  &  Co.,  publishers,  65  Bath  street ; 

house,  9  Millbrae  crescent,  Langside. 


140 


CAMPBELL. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. CAMPBELL. 


Campbell,  James,  spirit  merchant,  87  M' Alpine  st. ; 

house,  45  Pollok  street. 
Campbell,  James,  garden  contractor  and  coal  agent, 

1  Ruthven  place,  Byars  road  ;  house,  2  do. 
Campbell,  James  A.,  plasterer,  61  Park  road. 
Campbell,  James,  grocer  and  provision  merchant,  45 

West  Milton  street ;  house.  95  Garscube  road. 
Campbell,  James  (of  Thomas  B.  Campbell  &  Sons), 

house,  8  Windsor  terrace,  west. 
Campbell,  James,  tinsmith,  gasfitter,  zinc  worker,  and 

iromonnger,  554a,  556  Gallowgate  ;  ho.  564  do. 
Campbell,  James,  teacher  of  drawing  and  painting, 

at   the   Athenaaum,  Ingram    street,  Bellahouston 

Academy,  Deaf  and  Dumb  institution,  High  School, 

the  Park  school,  Free  Normal  middle  class  school; 

house,  Florentine  place,  Hillhead. 
Campbell,  James,  gasfitter  and  coppersmith,  9  Broad 

street,  Mile-end ;  house,  13  do. 
Campbell,  James  M.,  pastry  cook,  147  George  st. ; 

house,  265  Duke  street. 
Campbell,    James,   sheriff- officer    for    the   Lanark, 

Renfrew,  and  Stirling  counties,  296  Crown  street. 
Campbell,  James,  chemist  and  druggist,  127  Main  st, 

Anderston. 
Campbell,  James,  wright  and  builder,  22  Portman 

street,  off  Paisley  road;  house,  12  Pollok  st. 
Campbell,    James    Edward,    M.A.B.L.    (of    J.   E. 

Campbell  &   Ness),  writer;   house,  2    Caledonia 

street,  Paisley. 
Campbell,  James  E.,  &  Ness,  writers,  95  Bath  st. 
Campbell,  James,  clothier,  58  Eglinton  street. 
Campbell,   James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,   178 

West  Nile  street ;  house,  24  Garscadden  street. 
Campbell,  James,   confectioner,  176£  Main   street, 

Bridgeton ;  house,  182  do. 
Campbell,  James,  cotton  and  woollen  waste  dealer, 

mill  furnisher,  and  manufacturer  of  engine  waste, 

blowings,  and  cotton  flocks,  New  Adelphi  Mills,  270 

Go  van  st.,  Hutchesontown. 
Campbell,  James,  butcher,  23  Bothwell  place,  Hill- 
head;  house,  36  Bank  street,  do. 
Campbell,  James,  plumber,  smith,  gasfitter,  and  bell- 
hanger,  2  Gibson  street,  Hillhead. 
Campbell,  James  (of  J.    &   W.  Campbell  &  Co.), 

residence,  Tilliechewan  castle,  Dumbartonshire. 
Campbell,  James  (at  Wm.  Sloan  &  Co.'s),  house,  34 

Gray  street. 
Campbell,  James,  tailor,  341  Argyle  street;  house, 

8  M'lntyre  street. 
Campbell,  James,  coal  agent,  30  Grove  street.  : 
Campbell,  James,  scourer  and  bleacher;  laundry,  11 

Otago  street,  Hillhead ;  ho.  9  do. 
Campbell,  James,  tea  merchant  and  family  grocer, 

291  New  City  road ;    ho.  45  West  End  Park  st. 
Campbell,  Jas.  S.  (Wright,  Johnston,  &  M'Kenzie), 

house,  204  Lincoln  place,  Partick. 
Campbell,  J.  &  A.,  agents,  62  Queen  street ;  house, 

1  Avondale  place,  Paisley  road. 
Campbell,  Rev.  J.  M.,  minister,  or  chaplain  to  sea- 
men, Seamen's  chapel ;  house,  27  St.  Vincent  cres. 
Campbell,  J.  W.  (of  Campbell  &   Co.,  263  Argyle 

street),  house,  25  Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Campbell,  J.  &  W.,  &  Co„  warehousemen,  29 

Ingram  street. 
Campbell,  John   (at   Glasgow  Iron  Co.'s),  168  St. 

Vincent  street ;  ho.  2  Ann  street,  Hillhead. 
Campbell,  John,  wholesale,  retail,  and  export  con- 
fectioner, 183  Argyle  st.;  res.  Valleyfield,  Aytoun 
road,  Pollokshields. 


Campbell,  John,  iron  and  commission  merchant, 
Jamaica  chambers,  49  Jamaica  street ;  residence, 
Valleyfield  house,  Aytoun  road,  Pollokshields. 

Campbell,  John,  restaurateur,  8,  10  Queen  street ; 
house,  55  Renfrew  street. 

Campbell,  John,  letter  carrier,  G.P.O.;  house,  335 
Dumbarton  road. 

Campbell,  John,  boot  maker,  37  Gladstone  street. 

Campbell,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  25  New  City  rd.; 
house,  33  Rosehall  street. 

Campbell,  John,  clothier,  38  Salttnarket  St. ;  house, 
4  E.  Russell  street. 

Campbell,  John,  commission  merchant,  "  Madinina," 

3  Montgomery  drive,  Great  Western  road. 
Campbell,   John,   wine   and   spirit   merchant,    227 

Cowcaddens  street,  and  86  Cambridge  street ;  ho. 

16  Scotia  street. 
Campbell,  John  (of  Wm.  Connal  &  Co.),  Virginia 

buildings,  43  Virginia  street. 
Campbell,  John,  draper,  533  Springburn  road ;  res. 

Craigball  cottage,  Keppochhill  road. 
Campbell,  John,  (of  Campbell,  Barr,  &  Peddie),  ho. 

137  New  City  road. 
Campbell,  John,  ham,  butter,  and  egg  merchant,  154 

South  Wellington  street ;  house,  173  do. 
Campbell,  John,  merchant,  55  Kelvinhaugh  street. 
Campbell,   John    (at  the  London  &  Glasgow   En- 
gineering Company),  ho.  42  Old  Dumbarton  rd. 
Campbell,  John,  flour  merchant,  27  Hope  street;  ho. 

Lyndall  cottage,  Old  Cathcart. 
Campbell,  John  (of  Irwin  &  Campbell),  house,  94 

West  street,  s.s. 
Campbell,  John,  masoD,  monumental  sculptor,  and 

oven  builder,  54  North  Woodside  road. 
Campbell,  John,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  25  Lang- 
side  road ;  house,  23  do. 
Campbell,  John  M.,  writer  and   notary  public,  45 

Union  street. 
Campbell,  JohnM.,  assistant  curator,  City  Industrial 

Museum,  Kelvingrove  park. 
Campbell,    John,    grocer  and  wine  merchant,    202 

Dumbarton  road,  Partick  ;  house,  204  do. 
Campbell,  John  M.  (at  Archd.  Campbell's,  27  Hope 

street),  house,  11  Albert  drive,  Crosshill. 
Campbell,  John,  &  Co.,  grain  and  flour  merchants,  38 

and  40  Robertson  street. 
Campbell,  John,  portioner,  121  Findlay  drive. 
Campbell,  John  (of  Thomas  Chalmers  &  Co.),  ho. 

4  Osborne  place,  Govan. 

Campbell,  John,  &  Co.,  portmanteau,  bag,  and  trunk 
manufacturers,  68  Glassford  st. ;  ho.  196  Sandy- 
ford  street. 

Campbell,  John  (of  Calton  Spinning  Co.),  house,  10 
Newton  place. 

Campbell,  John,  manufacturer,  Campbell  arcade,  34 
Candleriggs. 

Campbell,  John,  tea  agent,  6  Oswald  street; 
house,  21  Sandyford  place. 

Campbell,  Jobn  S„  die  sinker,  engraver,  brand 
cutter,  brass  window  plate  maker,  label  manufacturer 
in  metals,  stamp  cutter,  stamp  and  seal  engraver, 
stencil  plate  maker,  trade  mark  maker,  india 
rubber  stamp  manufacturer,  Glasgow  Stamp  and 
Brand  Works,  55  Charlotte  lane  ;  house,  1  Park 
terrace,  Crosshill. — See  Adv.  in  App. 

Campbell,  John,  gardener  and  contractor,  151  West 
Graham  street. 

Campbell,  John,  provision  merchant,  394  Govan  st.; 
house,  16  Matheson  street. 


CAMPBELL.- 


-GENERAL   DIRECTORY.- 


-CAMPBELL. 


141 


Campbell,  John,  grocer,  16  Grove  st. ;  house,  18  do. 
Campbell,  John,  teller,  Savings  Bank;  house,  3  Hay- 
barn  crescent,  Partickhill. 
Campbell,  John  (of  Campbell  &  Hatton),  house,  38 

Pollok  street. 
Campbell,  John  (of  Campbell  &  Co.,  music  sellers), 

residence,  Rosebank  Broomhouse. 
Campbell,  John,  &  Son,  glass  bottle  manufacturers, 

Calton  Glass  Works,  17  and  19  Claythom  street. 
Campbell,  John  (at  Wm.  Stirling  &  Sons'),  house, 

14  Kelburne  terrace,  Crosshill. 
Campbell,  John  M.  (of  Alexander  Campbell  &  Son), 

house,  3  Roslea  drive,  Dennistoun. 
Campbell,  John  M.  (of  Browne  &  Watson),   house, 

111  Hill  street,  Garnethill. 
Campbell,  Jonathan,  measurer,  196  St.  Vincent  st. ; 

house.  3  Minerva  street. 
Campbell,  Jos.,  draper,  2  Parkgrove  terrace,  Paisley 

road  ;  house,  5  Dunrobin  place,  do. 
Campbell,  Joseph. C,  engineer  (at  Campbell,  Smart, 

&  Co.'s,  Artizan  Works),  house,  7  Radnor  terrace. 
Campbell,  Kenneth,  agent  75  Jamaica  street;  house, 

10  Findlay  street. 
Campbell,  M.  Pearce  (at  J.  &  W.  Campbell  &  Co.'s), 

house,  6  Donne  terrace. 
Campbell,  M'Donald,  &  Co.,  shipwrights,  blockmakers, 

and  boatbnilders,  53  Crookston  street. 
Campbell,  Malcolm,  fruit  and  vegetable  merchant,  18 

Gordon  St.,  241  New  City  road,  and  66  Maitland 

st. ;  house,  151  New  City  road. 
Campbell    &   Mathieson,    provision    merchants,  87 

King  street,  s.s. 
Campbell,  M.,  tea  merct.  and  grocer,  395  Garscube  rd. 
Campbell,  Neil,  provision  merchant,  87  King  St.,  s.s.; 

house,  85  do. 
Campbell,  Neil,  wine  and  spirit  mercht.,  131  George 

street  and 91  Govan  street,  s.s. ;  house,  100  George 

street. 
Campbell,  Neil,  hatter,  38  Trongate  ;  house,  98  South 

Portland  street. 
Campbell,    Neil,    brass   and   bell    founder,    Adelphi 

Brass  and  Bell  Foundry,  273  Rutherglen  Loan ; 

house,  16  Camden  street. 
Campbell,  Peter,  foreman  smith  (at  G.  &  J.  Burns', 

85  Clyde  St.,  Anderston),  house,  38  Carrick  st. 
Campbell,  Peter  (at  G.  &  J.  Burns'),  ho.  4  Victoria 

terrace,  Mount  Florida. 
Campbell,    Peter,   wine  and    spirit  merchant,   196 

Broomielaw. 
Campbell,  Peter,  ironmonger,  270  Dumbarton  road ; 

house,  398  do. 
Campbell,  P.  &  A.,  wrights  and  builders,  Windsor 

St.,  Govan;  ho.  Murrough  Park  Cottage,  Govan. 
Campbell,  P.  &  P.,  dyers  and  cleaners,   Perth  Dye- 
works,  86  Sauchiehall  street. 
Campbell,  Quintin,  warehouseman,  44  Buchanan  st. ; 

house,  375  Sauchiehall  street. 
Campbell,  Rivers,  &  Co.,  merchts.,  68  Renfield  st. 
Campbell,  R.  G.,  surveyor,  Staffordshire  Fire  Office, 

37  West  Nile  street ;  house,  Albany  terrace. 
Campbell,  Robert,  provision  merchant,  33  North  st.  ; 

house,  272  Main  street,  Anderston. 
Campbell,     Robert,    grain    storekeeper,    Caledonian 

Railway   Co.'s  stores,   Buchanan  st. ;  house,  110 

North  Frederick  street. 
Campbell,  Rev.  Robert,  U.P.  Minister,  Calton  U.P. 

Church,  Kirk  street ;  house,  3  Grafton  place. 
Campbell,  Robert,  fiesher,  268  and  20  New  Dalmar- 
nock  road  ;  house,  72  Canning  street. 


Campbell,   Robt.,   boot  and    shoe  manufacturer,   59 

Canning  street;  house,  77  do. 
Campbell,  Robt.,  dining  rooms,   182  Stobcross  St.; 

house,  46  Lancefield  street. 
Campbell,    Robert,   captain    Glasgow    and    Kilmnn 

steamers,  shipping  box,  Steamboat  wharf;    house, 

2  Park  Grove  terrace,  west. 
Campbell,  Robt.,  plumber,  gasfitter,  and  zinc  worker, 

148  Kent  road ;  honse,  48  Cranston  street. 
Campbell,  Robert,  slater,  Westfield  lane,  Crossmyloof. 
Campbell,   R.   &  A.,  wool   brokers  and  commission 

agents,  40  Hydepark  street. 
Campbell,   Robert,    hall    keeper   and    officer,   Mer- 
chants' House,  7  West  George  street. 
Campbell,  Robert,  glass  and  china  merchant,  8  Elders- 
lie  street;  house,  272  Main  street,  Anderston. 
Campbell,  Robert  (of  Calton  Glass  Works),  house,  6 

Binnie  place. 
Campbell,    Robert,   stationer    and   newsagent,    243 

High  street. 
Campbell,  Roderick,  boot   maker,   531  Sauchiehall 

st.  ;  house,  28  Gardner  street. 
Campbell,  Samuel,  superintendent,  City  Orphan  Home, 

13  and  23  James  Morrison  street. 
Campbell,  Smart,  &  Co.,  engineers,  machine  and  tool 

makers,  Artizan  Works,  241  to  245  Stobcross  st. 
Campbell,  Thomas  B.,  &  Sons,  metal  and  tinplate 

merchants,  agents  for  Daubuz  &  Co.,  tin  smelters, 

Truro;  Morewood  &  Co.,  Lion  Galvanizing  Works, 

Birmingham;    Charles  Clifford  &  Son,  Dog  Pool 

Mills,  Birmingham ;  and  the  Vieille  Montagne  Zinc 

Mining  Company;  29  Wellington  street. 
Campbell,  Thomas  B.  (of  Thos.  B.  Campbell  &  Sons), 

house,  24  Newton  place. 
Campbell,  Thomas  H.  (of  Martin,  Turner,  &  Co.), 

residence,  Millfield,  Polmont. 
Campbell,  Thomas  M.,  jun.,  metal  merchant,  10 

Carrick  street;  house,  152  Dumbarton  road. 
Campbell,  Thomas  M.,  metal  merchant  and  com- 

sion  agent,  10  Carrick  street;  house,  76  do. 
Campbell,  Thomas,  spirit  merchant,  35  N.  Albion  st. ; 

house,  81  John  street. 
Campbell,  Thomas,  coal  agent  and  contractor,  150 

Cumberland  street,  s.s.  ;  house,  230  Main  st.,  s.s. 
Campbell,  Thomas,  newsagent  and   tobacconist,  11 

Glebe  street 
Campbell  &  Thomson,  accountants,  45  Union  street. 
Campbell  &  Tudhope,  publishers,  137  W.  Campbell  st. 
Campbell  &  Tudhope,  engravers  and  lithographic 

printers   by  steam   power,  and   makers   of   spool 

tickets  for  thread  manufacturers,  137  W.  Campbell 

street,  corner  of  St.  Vincent  street. 
Campbell,  Walter,    Sheriff  and    J.P.    officer,    296 

Crown  street. 
Campbell,  Wm.,  bookseller  and  stationer,  63   Great 

Hamilton  street;  house,  112  do. 
Campbell,  William  Alexander  (at  J.  &  W.  Campbell 

&  Co.'s),  house,  16  Woodside  crescent. 
Campbell,  Wm.  (of  M'Nicol,  Kilpatrick,  &  Co.),  ho. 

22  Salisbury  place,  Hillhead. 
Campbell,  Wm.  B.,  Royal  Exchange  court,  85  Queen 

street. 
Campbell,  Wm.,  bookseller,  stationer,  and  news  agent, 

324  Argyle  street;  house,  18  Cadogan  street. 
Campbell,  William,  oils  and  colours,  118  Norfolk  st.; 

house,  11  North  Coburg  street. 
Campbell,  William,  lather,  45    Pitt   street;  house, 

25  Dorset  street. 
Campbell,  William,  merchant,  60  Kent  road. 


142 


CAMPBELL. GENERAL  DIRECTORY. CARDIFF. 


Campbell,  William,  Lands  Valuation  and  Registration 

of  Voters  assessor,  and  Police,  &c,  surveyor,  24 

Ingram  street;    residence,  229  Bath  street. 
Campbell,  W.  Laurence,  &  Co.,  manufacturers  and 

commission  merchants,  59  Union  street;  house,  12 

West  Garden  street. 
Campbell,  Wm.,  dyer,  Auldfield  dye  works,  Pollok- 

shaws  ;  ho.  2  Woodlands  ter.,  Regent  st.,  Langside. 
Campbell,  Wm.  L.,  junr.,  watchmaker  and  jeweller, 

9  St.  George's  road. 
Campbell,  Wm.   L.,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,    240 

Dumbart.  rd.,  Partick;  ho.  9  Beaconsfield  st.  do. 
Campbell,  Wm.,  tailor  and  clothier,  9  Hutcheson  sq. 
Campbell,  Wm.,  carver  and  gilder  and  picture  frame 

maker,  270  Paisley  road. 
Campbell,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  3  and 

5  Dundas  street,  city. 
Campbell,  William,  &  Co.,  coopers,  10  Dale  street, 

Tradeston ;  house,  35  Centre  street. 
Campbell,  W.,  accountant,  house  factor,  fire,  life,  and 

plate  glass  insurance  agent,  12  Binnie  place,  Mon- 

teith  row;  house,  9  do. 
Campbell,  William,  draper  and  clothier,  246  Main 

street,  Gorbals  ;  house,  258  do. 
Campbell,  W.,  slater  and  chim.  sweeper,  297  Argyle  st. 
Campbell,  Wm.  M'Oram  (at  J.  &  W.  Campbell  and 

Co.'s),  res.,  Fairfield  house,  Monkton,  Ayrshire. 
Campbell,  W.  Wright,  architect,  189  St.  Vincent  st.; 

residence,  Hay  mount,  Cambuslang. 
Campbell,  M.,  linen  and  lace  shop,  59  Argyle  arcade. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  A.,  dairy,  266  Saracen  street. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  J.,   family  grocer,   9   Keir  terrace, 

Pollokshields  ;  ho.  83  St.  Andrew's  road,  do. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  A.,  provision  merchant,  194  Possil 

road  ;  house,  371  Garscube  road. 
Campbell,  Mrs.    J.,  fruiterer  and  greengrocer,   335 

Dumbarton  road. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  Annie,  stationer,  371  Garscube  road. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  Archibald,  1  Avondale  place. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  Archibald,  16  Woodside  crescent. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  Janet,  grocer,  477  St.  Vincent  street. 
Campbell,  Mrs.  Robert,  111  Norfolk  street. 
Campbell,  Mrs.,  6  Clairmont  gardens. 
Campbell,   Mrs.,  boot   and    shoe   manufacturer,  67 

Garscube  road  ;  house,  59  do. 
Campbell,  Miss  A.,  grocer,  14  Herbertson  street;  ho. 

55  Eglinton  street. 
Campbell,  Miss  E.,  hosiery  and  smallwares,  113  Great 

Western  road  ;  house,  111  do. 
Campbell,  Isabella,  spirit  merchant,  60  Turner  street. 
Campliell,  Jane,  draper  (and  agent  for  J.   Pullar), 

114  Woodlands  road. 
Campbell,  Maggie,  restaurant,  412   Argyle  street ; 

house,  414  do. 
Campbell,  Margaret,  spirit  merchant,  31   Middleton 

place  5  house,  29  do. 
Campbell,  Mary,  grocer,  13u£  Nelson  street,  s.s. 
Campi  kllfif.ld    Pottery     Co.,    manufacturers    of 

stoneware    and   Rockingham   ware,  Rochester   st., 

off  Gallowgate. 
Campbeltown  Distillery  Company;    Duncan 

M'Lean,  agent,  79  Robertson  street. 
Campbeltown  Steam  Packet  Company,  22  Anderston 

quay ;   R.  M.  Dunlop,  agent. 
Camphjll  U.P.  Church,  Crosshill;  Rev.  J.  Corbett. 
CAMPS1E,  James    R.,  wine  and  tea  merchant  and 

bottler,  1,  2,  and  3  Park   place,  Paisley  road,  2 

Govan  road,  and  1  Shields  terrace ;  ho.  1  Belmar 

terrace,  Pollokshields. 


Campsie  Lime  Works  ;  office,  21  Clyde  place. 
CAMUS,    A,    sardine    manufacturer,   La  Rochelle, 

France;  J.  K.  &  D.  Orr,  29  Waterloo  st.,  agents. 
Canada  &  Glasgow  Steampacket  Office,  Henderson 

Brothers,  agents,  47  Union  street. 
Canada   Shipping  Co.,  Peter  Rintoul,  Son,  &  Co., 

agents,  28  Hope  street. 
Canadian  Copper  and  Sulphur  Company  (Limited) ; 

registered  office,   128  Hope  street;  Alex.  Moore, 

C.A.,  secretary. 
Canadian  Emigration  Office,  37  Hope  street. 
Canadian  Steamship  office,  70  Great  Clyde  street. 
Canadian     Steamship   office;    Donaldson   Brothers, 

agents,  67  Great  Clyde  street. 
Canal  Basin  Foundry,  2  Charlotte  st., Port  Dundas; 

Turnbull,  Grant,  &  Jack. 
Canal    Company's     office,     Port     Dundas ;     James 

Clapperton,  manager. 
CANDLISH,  George,  measurer,  147  West  Regent  st; 

ho.  Benvue  villa,  Bridge-of-Weir. 
Candlish,  Rev.  Jas.  S.,  D.D.,  professor  of   theology, 

Free  Church  College;  ho.  5  Ashton  ter.,  Hillhead. 
CANNAN,  John  (of    Garnkirk  Fireclay  Company), 

house,  3  Eldon  terrace,  Partick  hill. 
CANNING,  Francis,  wholesale  clothes  store,  165  and 

167  Saitmarket ;  house,  4  Steel  street. 
CANSH,  Thomas,  &  Co.,  wine  and  spirit  merchants, 

7   and   9   Miller  street,    130   Buchanan  st.,  and 

186  Argyle  street. 
CANT,   David,   plumber   and  gasfitter,  88  Bath  st ; 

house,  21  Steven  street. 
Cant,   James  (of  Cant  &  White),  Yorkhill  timber 

wharf;  house,  211  Dumbarton  road. 
Cant  &  White,  timber  measurers,  Yorkhill  wharf. 
Cant  &  White,  carting  contractors;  stables,  16  Rail- 
way  arch,   Kelvinhaugh;    office,    Yorkhill  timber 

wharf. 
CANTON,  Wm.,  Eerald Office ;  ho.  6  Stonefield  ter. 
CANTOR  &  Co.,  sponge  importers  and  merchants, 

6    Houndsditch,     London  ;     agents,    Donaldson, 

Newlands,  &  Co.,  Virginia  buildings,  43  Virginia 

street. 
CANTRELL  &  Cochrane,   chemists,    manufac- 
turers of  mineral  and  aerated  waters,  ginger-ale, 

and  monkerrat  exporters,  53  Surrey  st.,  s.s.;  branch, 

14  &  16  Union  st.,  Edinburgh. — See  Advt.  in  App: 
Caol,  Ha  Distillery,  Islay ;  office,  4  Bothwell  street. 
Cape  of  Good  Hope,  Algoa  Bay,  and  Natal  Steam 

Packet  office,  40  St.  Enoch  sq. 
Cape  of  Good  Hope  Emigration  Office,  37  Hope  st. 
Cape  of  Good  Hope  Office;  Colin  Brown,  192  Hope  st. 
Cape  of  Good  Hope,  Natal,  and  East  African  Royal 

Mail   steamers,  Union  Steamship  Co.  (Limited); 

agent,  F.  W.  Allan,  15  Gordon  street. 
CAPIE,  John,  flesher,  213  Duke  st. ;  ho.  215  do. 
CARBARNS,     Hugh,    writer    (at    J.    &    D.    T. 

Colquhoun's),  residence,  Grahamshill,  Airdrie. 
Carbarns,  James  (at  Wm.  Walker  &  Co.'s),  house, 

116  George  street. 
Carbarns,  John,  slater  and  plasterer,  128  Hunter  street 

and  113  Barrack  street;  ho.  116  George  street. 
CARBERRY,  Wm  ,  grocer,  28  Grove  street. 
Carbonite  Co.  (Limited);  H.  C.  Paterson,  general 

manager ;  office,  24  George  square ;    works,    103 

Bishop  street,  Port  Dundas. 
CARD,  H.,  dressmaking  and  furnishings,  311  Parlia- 
mentary road  ;  house,  94  North  Frederick  street. 
Cardiff,  Bristol,  and  Swansea  Steam-packet  office  ; 

Wm.  Sloan  &  Co.,  36  Renfield  street 


CARDWELL, GENERAL  DIRECTORY. CARRICK. 


143 


CARDWELL,  Rev.  Richard,  superior,  RC.C.  St. 
Joseph's  Church,  34  North  Woodside  rd.;  ho.  40  do. 

Cardwell,  Thomas,  spirit  merchant,  66  Broomielaw ; 
house,  26  Robertson  street. 

CAREY  &  Co.,  Alicante;  Wm.  Bryce  &  Co.,  40  St. 
Enoch  square,  agents. 

Carey,  P.,  rag,  rope,  and  metal  merchant,  32  M'Intyre 
street,  Anderston. 

Cakfin,  Clelland,  &  Blantyre  Colliery  Office,  1 
Dixon  street. 

CARGILL,  Alexander  T.,  agent,  Bank  of  Scotland 
and  Scottish  Commercial  Insurance  Co.,  70  Can- 
ning st  Calton  ;  house,  1  Percy  st. 

Cargill,  Alex.  T.,  1  Craigton  terrace. 

Cargill,  David,  teller,  Royal  Bank,  130  Cowcaddens. 

Cargill,  D.  S.  (of  Wm.  Milne  &  Co.),  ho.  9  Park  ter. 

Cargill,  George,  joiner,  16  Anderson  street,  east;  ho., 
212  Duke  street. 

CARLAW,  David,  engineer,  printer  and  stationers' 
machinist ;  paging  and  perforating  machine 
maker,  mechanical  model,  steam  gauge,  and  mathe- 
matical instrument  maker,  52,  54  and  56  Ropework 
lane,  off  Great  Clyde  street ;  house,  54  Oxford  st. 

Carlaw,  John  (of  Mitchell  &  Carlaw,  ironfounders, 
258  Castle  street). 

Carlaw,  Walter,  wood  turner  and  fret  cutter,  88 
Wellington  lane. 

CARLILE,  Thomas  (of  Stevenson,  Carlile,  &  Co.),  ho. 
5  St  James'  terrace,  Hillhead. 

CARLIN,  John,  proprietor  and  contractor,  Dundas 
hill;  house,  20  Craighall road. 

Carlin,  Joseph,  ticket  writer  and  lithographer,  54 
Parliamentary  road. 

CARLISLE,  Wm.  J.,  butter  and  egg  merchant,  167 
Claythorn  street ;  house,  440  Gallowgate. 

CARLTON,  C.  (of  H.  L  Anderson  &  C.  Carlton), 
house,  2  Elmbank  place. 

Carlton,  Charles,  &  Co.,  house  painters  and  paper- 
hangers,  8  Bellgrove  st.;  house,  2  Elmbank  place. 

Carlton  Brass  Foundry,  99  Portugal  street. 

Carlton  Temperance  Hotel,  2  Carlton  Court,  off 
Bridge  street ;  William  Ross. 

CARLYLE,  James,  wright,  102  Port  Dundas  road ; 
house,  25  Grove  street. 

CARMICHAEL,  Alex,  porter,  Barnhill  Poorhouse. 

Carmichael,  Archibald,  detective,  sub-inspector, 
Central  Police  Chambers;  house,  43  Moir  street. 

Carmichael,  Daniel,  grocer,  61  West  Scotland  st. ; 
house,  151  do. 

Carmichael,  Daniel,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufacturer, 
161  Ingram  st. ;  ho.  15  Abbotsford  place. 

Carmichael,  David  M.,  146  Renfrew  street. 

Carmichael,  D.,  &  Co.,  boot  makers,  197  Castle 
street;  house,  38  Gilmour  street,  s.s. 

Carmichael,  D.,  &  Co.,  boot  upper  manufacturers,  11 
Stockwell  street ;  house,  38  Gilmour  street,  s.s. 

Carmichael,  Don.,  R.  C.  Clergyman,  68  Abercromby  st, 

Carmichael,  Dugald  (at  Dobie  &  Co.'s,  shipbuilders), 
house,  16  Broomloan  road,  Govan. 

Carmichael,  Dr.  James,  11  Walmer  cres.,  Paisley  rd. 

Carmichael,  James  M.,  cashier  (at  Mitchell,  Cowan,  & 
Johnstone's),  house,  15  Regent  Park  terrace. 

Carmichael,  James,  mineral  agent,  Clydesdale  Weigh- 
ing Station,  Glasgow,  s.s.  Caledonian  Railway  ;  ho. 
88  Cathcart  road,  Govanhill. 

Carmichael,  John,  stationer  and  tobacconist,  202 
Dumbarton  road. 

Carmichael,  John  R.  (of  Finlay  and  Carmichael), 
house,    26  Carnarvon  street 


Carmichael,  John,  accountant  and  fire  broker,  senior 
agent  Commercial  Union  Assurance  Co.,  92  West 
Nile  street ;  house,  10  Hillhead  gardens. 

Carmichael,  John  S.  (of  M'Clelland,  Carmichael,  & 
Co.),  house,  2  Rosslyn  terrace,  Nithsdale  road. 

Carmichael,  Neil,  M.D.  CM.,  F.F.P.S.G., physician  and 
surgeon,  consulting  rooms,  81  South  Portland  st. ; 
house,  32  Abbotsford  place. 

Carmichael,  Robert  (at  Kelly  &  Co.'s),  house,  27 
Bute  terrace,  Strathbungo. 

Carmichael,  Robert,  wright,  13  Douglas  street, 
Partick;  house,  13  Argyle  place,  do. 

Carmichael,  Thomas,  cowkeeper,  2  Keppoch  row, 
Possil  Park. 

Carmichael,  Thomas  H.  (of  Walter  Scobie  &  Co.), 
house,  113  Douglas  street. 

Carmichael,  Thomas,  lime  and  cement  merchant,  22 
Graham  st,  Bridgeton;  house,  3  Oswald  st,  do. 

Carmichael,  Thomas,  brewer,  Balmoral  brewery, 
Edinburgh;  Ed.  Bradley,  agent,  49,  51  Pitt  st 

Carmichael,  Wm.,  confectioner,  22  Armour  street. 

Carmichael,  Wm.,  family  grocer,  6  Kelvingrove  st. 
and  2  Caledonia  road ;  house,  21  Minerva  street. 

Carmichael,  Mrs.  W.  W.,  teacher  of  singing,  piano- 
forte, and  guitar,  18  Berkeley  terrace. 

Carmichael,  Mrs.,  16  Regent  Park  ter.,  Strathbungo. 

Carmichael,  Mrs.,  tobacconist,  7  Moir  St.;  ho.  9  do. 

CARMOUCHE,  Eugene,  Swiss  warehouse,  110  Ar- 
gyle street. 

Caenbkoe  Ironworks  Office,  127  St  Vincent  street. 

CARNDUFF,  Andrew,  registrar  and  session  clerk,  9 
Iona  place,  Mount  Florida ;  house,  The  Anchorage, 
Holmhead. 

CARNEGIE,  E.  H,  portrait  painter,  374  N.  City  rd. 

CAROSUS,  Albert,  timber,  &c,  importer,  and  coal 
exporter,  65  West  Regent  street. 

CARPENTER,  Charles  J.,  fancy  goods  emporium,  5 
St.  George's  ter. ;  house,  2  do. 

Carpenter,  Thomas  F.  (at  Summerlee  Iron  Co.,  172 
West  George  street),  house,  385  New  City  road. 

Carpenter,  W.  B.  (at  Morris  &  Co.'s),  house,  20  Glad- 
stone street. 

Carpenter,  Margaret,  certificated  teacher,  St.  Mar- 
garet's school,  Stanley  street,  Kinning  park. 

Carpet  Beating  Establishment,  14  Bedford  street,  s.s. 

CARR,  Robert,  clerk,  Royal  Bank,  335  Garscube  rd. ; 
house,  80  Scott  st. 

Carr,  Thomas,  fire,  life,  and  accidental  insurance 
agent,  and  agent  for  R.  M.  Weir,  Rolland,  &  Co., 
wine  merchants,  Edinburgh,  166  Buchanan  street; 
house,  18  Shaftesbury  terrace. 

Carr,  Wm.,  M.B.,  L.R.C.S.E.,  physician  and  surgeon, 
180  S.  Cumberland  st. ;  house,  40  S.  Apsley  place. 

Carr  House  Iron  Co.,  iron  manufacturers,  West 
Hartlepool ;  agents,  Joseph  Banks  &  Co. ,  30  Hope  st. 

CARRICK,  Alex,  (of  R  Carrick  &  Son),  ho.  37 
Belgrave  street 

Carrick,  Andrew,  chemical,  metal,  and  produC 
broker,  30  Gordon  street ;  ho.  8  Whitehall  street 
Dennistoun. 

Carrick,  D.  M.  (of  Wm.  Carrick  &  Son),  house, 
Bothwell  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Carrick,  David,  wood  turner,  52  Barrack  st. ;  ho.  54  do. 

Carrick,  E.,  bonnet  front  manufac,  145  Wellington  st 

Carrick,  G.  &  D.,  plumbers  and  gasfitters,  256 
Sauchiehall  street 

Carrick,  George,  104  Buccleuch  street 

Carrick,  James,  draper,  97  Candleriggs;  house,  371 
Duke  street. 


144 


CARRICK.- 


-GENERAL  DIRECTORY. CARTER. 


Carrick,  James,  manufacturer's  agent,  74  Buchanan 

street ;  residence,  12  Granville  Buildings,  Maxwell 

road,  Pollokshields. 
Carrick,  James,  sanitary  engineer,  205  Buchanan  st.; 

house,  18  Royal  terrace. 
Carrick,  James,  printer  and  ruler,  62  Argyle  street ; 

house,  10  Keir  terrace,  Maxwell  road. 
Carrick,  James  G.  (of  Jas.  M-Haffie  &  Co.),  ho.  29 

Bumbank  gardens. 
Carrick,  John  W.  (at  D.  M'Gregor  &   Co.'s),  house, 

100  Woodlands  road. 
Carrick,  John,  master  of  -works  and  city  architect, 

Municipal  Buildings,  74  Hutcheson  street ;  house, 

6  Park  quadrant. 
Carrick,  Robert,  commission  and  property  agent,  150 

Holland  street. 
Carrick,  Robert  (of  R.  Carrick  &  Son),  house,  133 

Waterloo  street. 
Carrick,  Robert,  &  Son,  glass  merchants  and  glaziers, 

71,  73  Brown  street. 
Carrick,    William,    &    Son,    accountants,   fire 

brokers,  and  agents  for  Atlas  Fire  and  Life  As- 
surance Co.  of  London,  213  Buchanan  street, — 

See  Advertisement  in  Appendix. 
Carrick,  Mrs.  A.,  8  Mitchell  street,  Dennistoun. 
CARROL  Brothers,  butter  and  egg  merchants,  96 

King  street,  Tradeston;  house,  95  do. 
Carroll,  Hugh,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  72  and  74 

Gallowgate,  and  97  King  st.,  s.s. ;  ho.  95  do. 
Carrol,  John,  &  Son,  metal  refiners,  24  Summer  street ; 

house,  26  do. 
Carron  Co.,  ironmasters   and   founders,  127    Bu- 
chanan street;  James  Donald,  agent. 
Carron  Co.'s  Office  for  screw  steamers  to  London, 

Hull,   and    Lynn,  Carron    wharf,    Port  Dundas; 

James  Donald,  agent. 
CARRUTH,  A.  &  J.,  potato  merchants,  223  Eglin- 

ton  street. 
Carruth,  Alexander,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  3  M' Al- 
pine st. ;  house,  38  Catherine  street. 
Carruth,   Archd.   (of  A.  &  J.  Carruth),  house,  14 

Matilda  terrace,  Strathbungo. 
CARRUTHERS  &  Allan,  chief  agents  for  M'Dougall's 

patent  sheep-dip,  &c,  60  Robertson  street. 
■Carruthers  &  Allan,  commission  agents,  60  Robertson 

street. 
Carruthers  &  Gemmill,  writers,  150  Hope  street. 
Carruthers,  Henry  S.  (of  Carruthers  &  Gemmill),  ho. 

2  Broomhill  drive,  Partick 
Carruthers,  John,  sergeant-major,   1st   L.R.V.,  202 

Hope  street;  house,  6  Willowbank  crescent. 
Carruthers,  John  H.,  engineer,  156  North  Woodside 

road  ;  house,  Glengair,  Lenzie. 
Carruthers,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  333  New  City  road  ; 

house,  140  Raeberry  street. 
Carruthers,  J.    R.,  commission  agent,  60  Robertson 

street;  ho.  1  Walmer  crescent. 
Carruthers,  J.  &  W.,  coal  merchants,  39   North  St. 

Mungo  street. 
Carruthers,  Thos.,   church  officer,   Renfield  st.  U.P. 

Church;  house,  79  Sauchiehall  street. 
CARSE    &    Holms,   carpenters,    joiners,   and    boat 

builders,  Springfield  quay;  ho.  95  Ardgowan  st. 
Carse,    John,   grocer  and  provision   merchant,    129 

Parliamentary  road  ;  ho.  45  St,  Mungo  st.,  north. 
CARSS,  John  &  Alex.,  bakers  and  confectioners,  272 

Sauchiehall  street;  house,  183  Renfrew  street. 
CARSLAW  &  Henderson,  muslin  and  handkerchief 

manufacturers,  68  and  80  Gordon  street. 


CARSON,  D.  S.,  C.A.  (of  Carson  &  Mackenzie), 
house,  12  Merkland  terrace,  Hillhead. 

Carson,  James,  surgeon  dentist,  144  Crown  street, 
south  side. 

Carson,  John,  City  Chambers,  70  Hutcheson  street ; 
house,  22  Napiershall  street. 

Carson,  John,  house  factor,  and  agent  for  fire,  life, 
and  plate  glass  insurance  companies,  74  Oswald  st., 
Bridgeton;  house,  284  London  road. 

Carson  &  Mackenzie,  accountants,  government 
auditors  to  friendly  and  industrial  and  provident 
societies,  sole  agents  for  the  Union  Loan  and  Sav- 
ings Co.  of  Toronto,  and  National  Fire  Insur- 
ance Corporation  (Ld.),  London,  79  West  Regent  st. 

Carson,  Wm.,  wholesale  confectioner,  Adelphi  terrace, 
and  Commercial  rd. ;  ho.  2  Albert  drive,  Crossbill. 

Carson,  Mrs.,  22  Napiershall  street. 

CARSTAIRS,  Rev.  Geo.  L.  (of  Berkeley  Street  U.P. 
Church),  house,  8  Sandyford  place. 

Carstairs,  James  (of  Barr  &  Carstairs),  residence, 
Hope  villa,  Albert  road,  CrosshilL 

CARSWELL  &  Drummond,  scale  board  cutters  and 
saw  millers,  50  South  Shamrock  street. 

Carswell,  James,  district  engineer,  North